Turtle op.60(version 2)

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    Designed by Andrey Ermakov
    green papiros paper
    square 50-50cm
    time to fold 7 hour

    blue paper, shuki.kato, syngola, and 8 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. origamiBR 74 months ago | reply

      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.

    2. blue paper 74 months ago | reply

      Fantastic! The patterns on the shell look great!

    3. Angrydemon 74 months ago | reply

      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?

    4. Andrey Ermakov 74 months ago | reply

      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///

    5. OrigamiFanPete 74 months ago | reply

      wow... impressive!

    6. Arturori 74 months ago | reply

      this version is very better. Great work, keep up.

    7. Andrey Ermakov 74 months ago | reply

      Thanks Artur!!! Now, i'll be work on legs and head///

    8. shuki.kato 74 months ago | reply

      HOLY!!
      It does remind me of the Josiel shell but IMHO yours is better.

    9. Pere Olivella 74 months ago | reply

      Great turtle!! The shell is a great desing.

    10. Finward 74 months ago | reply

      Wohohohoho!!!! Muuuuuuch better!!!

    11. Jon_Tucker 74 months ago | reply

      Fantastic. The shell has a ton of volume-great job working it and that pattern together with the rest of the model.

    12. Jang yong ik 74 months ago | reply

      WOW~!! so good!!!!!!

    13. Ryuzin_origami 53 months ago | reply

      Amazing! That must have been really hard to fold, let alone design!

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