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    More frosted polypropylene scored by CraftRobo. If I used paper instead I think the inner twists would hold this fold together more successfully - here the fingers are needed to squeeze from the sides a little to keep the twists in place.

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    L.Macchiavelli, batixa, thor83, and 32 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. En Why See 73 months ago | reply

      Maybe you could tie it up strategically and then cure it in a 100-degree-C oven. Try 5-8 minutes at a time. Let it cool then see if it holds and springs back to shape when pulled a bit.

    2. polyscene 73 months ago | reply

      Ooh Thanks Jeff :-)

    3. AndreaRusso 73 months ago | reply

      Great work!! I like the curves.

    4. bkwebb 73 months ago | reply

      mmm curvey goodness

    5. gila o 73 months ago | reply

      Beautifull!
      Even with paper I needed to squeeze that model www.flickr.com/photos/87477835@N00/2421617120/
      Or to put that model in a box so the twists will stay in place
      www.flickr.com/photos/87477835@N00/94920885/
      The effect of your work is amazing!

    6. polyscene 73 months ago | reply

      Thanks all
      @Gila - A box is a good idea but this polypropylene stuff is very slippery and likes to jump out of anything I put it in. So a paper version in a box sounds a good solution too :-)

    7. brdparker 73 months ago | reply

      Sweet Poly! In general, a lovely folding piece there!

    8. polyscene 73 months ago | reply

      Thanks Ben
      Paper version in a box here here

    9. Wan SJ 63 months ago | reply

      beautiful ! Great art work!!!

    10. shweta_garg_1987 62 months ago | reply

      hey please post links, videos..showing instructions to make these beautiful tessellations

    11. shweta_garg_1987 62 months ago | reply

      amamzing...pls post some videos/ on how to do it..

      Hey if i give u orders can you do this for me on fabrics...we cn do good business...

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