Tesselated Mask Cooper

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    Full credit goes to the designer, Joel Cooper and Andrew Hudson, who actually reverse-engineered this piece (I know, how the heck?). I folded this a while back, but I didn't take a picture at the time because I thought I didn't do justice to Joel's amazing work.

    Folded from a hexagon cut out of 14" Tant paper
    Crease Pattern at Origami Weekly

    Vagabond Jewelry (Kest), origamidon, and 19 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Oriholic Jared 65 months ago | reply

      Wow, thanks for folding! I tried to fold it at the time for the usual sample picture, but my paper decided it didn't want to be a face. Andrew's just crazy like that. I think he spent a couple weeks figuring it out...from copy paper no less.

    2. origami_madness 65 months ago | reply

      Hey, someone else folded it! Good job! How does Tant work for tessellations?

    3. Oruhito 65 months ago | reply

      Nice job! Andrew, amazing job reverse engineering! I find the tant paper to work great for tessellations.

    4. shuki.kato 65 months ago | reply

      You're welcome and thanks!
      Andrew: Tant paper worked just fine for this one, but it's the only tessellation I've tried with it.

    5. Yureiko 65 months ago | reply

      Awesome work ^.^

      @Oruhito: Tant is fine for wonderful colored tessellations, but it do not like to many folds... One sheet of tant just broke in the middle of a tess as I refolded this area...

    6. acefish0 65 months ago | reply

      Is there any diagram for this, its amazing!!!

    7. BluePaperMoon 42 months ago | reply

      it looks kinda creepy though, but looks good!

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