I designed this fox from start to finish during my trip to the German Convention this year.
I have not figured out a folding secuence for her, as the design does not derive directly from folding but from careful placing of the folds with the intention of shaping each part of the animal independenly.
To further constrain the design tools I followed the same criteria I have been using lastly. This fox is made from folds mostly at 22.5 angles and a CP (N/A yet) can confortably convey almost 100% of the folds in the model. That mean it has very few finishing touches and every thing *has* to be done through actual straight line folds.
A contradiction with the "interpretation" of origami?
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