Turtle op.60(version 2)

Designed by Andrey Ermakov

green papiros paper

square 50-50cm

time to fold 7 hour

  • Diego da Silva 6y

    Wow!

    Very good... this version looks more clear... and the patterns on the shell are so much actual. Pentagons are too hard to fold... When I designed my tortoise I tried to use only pentagons... but I couldn't and I had to use some hexagons together...

    Great design.
  • blue paper 6y

    Fantastic! The patterns on the shell look great!
  • TJ Foo 6y

    Great job! The pattern on this version looks more realistic than the last one, and the paper is also much better. How did you create the pattern?
  • Andrey Ermakov 6y

    Thanks guys!!! I long time experimented with a 3-d tesselations and finally found a way to make a volumetric 3-D plane through Pentagons, and slightly improved on the proposed Joisel folded shell///
  • OrigamiFanPete 6y

    wow... impressive!
  • Arturori 6y

    this version is very better. Great work, keep up.
  • Andrey Ermakov 6y

    Thanks Artur!!! Now, i'll be work on legs and head///
  • Shuki Kato 6y

    HOLY!!
    It does remind me of the Josiel shell but IMHO yours is better.
  • Pere Olivella 6y

    Great turtle!! The shell is a great desing.
  • Andrey Ermakov 6y

    Thanks!!!!^)
  • Finward 6y

    Wohohohoho!!!! Muuuuuuch better!!!
  • Jon Tucker 6y

    Fantastic. The shell has a ton of volume-great job working it and that pattern together with the rest of the model.
  • Jang yong ik 6y

    WOW~!! so good!!!!!!
  • Ryuzin_origami 4y

    Amazing! That must have been really hard to fold, let alone design!
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Taken on February 18, 2009
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