Tomoko Fuse’s Espiral (Spiral)

by Ancella on January 15, 2009

in Instructional Videos,Modular & Geometric

Espiral (Design by Tomoko Fuse)

Espiral (Design by Tomoko Fuse)

A Happy New Year to you all!!

This model is by Tomoko Fuse and is comparatively very easy and quick to fold! It is an ideal for Beginners of this art and can be used as an ideal decorative piece in the home.

What you need:

4 sheets of Origami, wrapping or craft paper. These can be of any of the following:
a. A set of 4 comprising of 2 separate colors each
b. Using 2 Gold, Silver or any other Metallic color sheets with 2 other solid colored sheets (of another color)
c. Using a set of 4 sheets, all of a different color each

Tips:
1.  Keep folding the “tips” of the 4 pieces till the time there is hardly any paper to fold. The end of the “tips” can then just be ‘twisted’ in the direction of the fold.
2.  One can fold variations of this in the form of a square shaped spiral model as well as a interlock units of this to form a cube.
3.  You can make pretty decorations for the house by choosing contrasting colors for this model.
4.  Varying the size of the paper will result in a different size of the finished model.

How to fold:

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{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Manshu January 15, 2009 at 8:25 PM

This is a great video and I really enjoyed it!

Ancella January 15, 2009 at 8:25 PM

Thanks a lot!! :)

Happy Bunny March 5, 2009 at 2:07 AM

I tried this, its really simple and the end product is soo colourful and cute! :)

Ancella March 5, 2009 at 5:29 PM

Yes, it sure is! I had fun folding this too! It makes good decoration for the home.. I hope to fold more of Tomoko’s designs…..they are really pretty…

Laia April 13, 2009 at 5:03 PM

It’s an amazing design!I ‘ have just folded one of this and it’s incredibly easy to fold and a very beautiful paper-sculpture!

Thanks for posting that video

Laia

Ancella April 13, 2009 at 6:24 PM

U are welcome…..I am glad you found it easy to follow! :)

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