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    Yeah, yet another tato box. I got a million of 'em.

    I've been wanting an onion for a while. You can't come at the idea straight on -- you must approach it like a sidewinder. (My obscurantist way of saying, you've got to use s-curves.)

    This is sort of a cipollini onion -- I have hopes that Spanish, white and Bermuda will follow.

    Crease pattern available.

    Ryan MacDonell, AndreaRusso, Alisher, and 92 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. deputy (tiny) emcee [deleted] 71 months ago | reply

      awesome shot, congrats on explore! x

    2. Miaao Ginger 71 months ago | reply

      I just hope I have one ,just one of your million's.
      To be so creative is such a good thing!

    3. Marcelaldo [deleted] 70 months ago | reply

      ¡¡¡Amasing Design!!!

      My Nicaraguan Congratulations

    4. oschene 70 months ago | reply

      My yanqui thanks.

    5. ikb images 70 months ago | reply

      absolutely gorgeous piece of work. nice shot.

    6. mcelestec 70 months ago | reply

      "merenguitos" we call them in Argentina and Chile

      (a sweet dessert, made with sugar, vanilla and the white of egg)

      look at these:


    7. paperform 55 months ago | reply

      kinda heavenly really

    8. Mazrocon 53 months ago | reply

      This is an awesome design! How do you cut out a perfect circle though?

    9. wafer3 43 months ago | reply

      Very nice!!! congratulations

    10. skoorbo 40 months ago | reply

      Those instructions are hard to follow.

    11. myinang 37 months ago | reply

      how to cut the pattern..?

    12. vidur.fashion 37 months ago | reply

      please tell how to make it up load it on u tube
      please we all would love to learn post other designs also

    13. malatri 36 months ago | reply

      Uauuuuuuuuuuuu...Art on its essence!!!!

    14. robinlaprimera 36 months ago | reply

      I am a newbie and am haveing troubles with crease patterns. I would like to use this for a model of St basil's in Moscow. can you help?

    15. oschene 36 months ago | reply

      Well, the red lines fold down, they're valley folds. The black folds fold up, they're mountain folds. You can learn a little about folding curved lines by watching a video of another model, the smart waterbomb, here:

    16. nelapx 28 months ago | reply

      en venezuela son suspiros

    17. oschene 28 months ago | reply

      Anímate - el gobierno no va a durar para siempre. ;- )

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    19. kathrinalo 11 months ago | reply

      I love this model ! Looks like the perfect cream for my origami-strawberries... ;-)

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