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5/365 5th January 2013

Just some origami stars I made, that I had hanging around. Really enjoying using my new lens.

red and pink with pink puffs knit hat

 

size: adult large

top to brim measurement: 9.25"

materials: acrylic/nylon

 

#h0017

red and pink with pink puffs knit hat

 

size: adult large

top to brim measurement: 9.25"

materials: acrylic/nylon

 

#h0017

June 26, 2014

 

"Do not seek to follow in the footsteps of the wise. Seek what they sought." - Matsuo Basho

 

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Well, would you look at that? Seems Flickr has undergone another makeover, and to be honest I don't hate it. I don't love it, but compared to what we've been presented with in the recent past, this is a much needed step in the right direction.

 

Now, if only Flickr would stop trying to be a social media site like instagram, or Facebook and just keep on being Flickr, a place to showcase photography, then we'd have it made.

 

Otherwise, a busy day that has left me feeling rather burnt out and tired. I've had a headache since last night that just doesn't want to go away, but it is my Friday so hopefully knowing that I've the next 5 days off will alleviate some of the throbbing.

 

I'm surprised by how difficult coming up with a set-up for today's photo was, I tried many different locations, but in the end, the minimal lighting in the basement won out for a slightly dramatic look.

 

In the end, I think that the mood of this image really suits the wonderful jar of stars that Scott folded for me. Now the jar of stars is back on display in the kitchen, so anyone who visits can admire his handiwork.

 

Anyway, hope everyone has had a good day.

 

Click "L" for a larger view.

 

June 29, 2014

 

"The starting point of all achievement is desire." - Napoleon Hill

 

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And this concludes my Sunday to Sunday origami series; I'm officially out of unique pieces until I see Scott again, which hopefully isn't too far in the future.

 

Spent the majority of the day enjoying the air conditioning in the mall with excellent company (thanks Ma) so photography had to wait until after dinner. Luckily Nard and I splurged and bought extra treats this week and we were still able to actually eat our desserts and save these treats for tomorrow.

 

Hope everyone has had a good day!

 

Click "L" for a larger view.

 

red and pink with pink puffs knit hat

 

size: adult large

top to brim measurement: 9.25"

materials: acrylic/nylon

 

#h0017

Sterling silver amethyst and quartz dangle earrings

 

Appx. 3.20 inches long

 

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16-Pointed Giant Star (Maria Sinayskaya)

squares, 16 units, no glue

Tenho pensamentos que, se pudesse revelá-los e fazê-los viver, acrescentariam nova luminosidade às estrelas, nova beleza ao mundo e maior amor ao coração dos homens.

Fernando Pessoa

red and pink with pink puffs knit hat

 

size: adult large

top to brim measurement: 9.25"

materials: acrylic/nylon

 

#h0017

Paper: Hexagon, stamped with gelatos

Model: Gerlinde Radenacker

Book: Origami Europe p.141

 

I saw a photo on Facebook of someone using tessellations as stamps. What a great idea, which had to try out! Worked well with Gelatos and didn't even ruin the stamp aka a triphilia tessellation. I cutted the test stamps into hexagons and folded this little star. Not much of the pattern visible :-/

Iris Star

Designer: Dasa Severova

Paper: square 16.5 cm

Final size: ~ 8 cm

Diagram is published in Bogota Origami convention book and the German Convention Book of 2013.

 

More stars...

30° Origami Star (Maria Sinayskaya)

rectangles, 30 units, no glue

A simple modular made out of long door bases. I just cut the rectangles so that the angle at the tip is precisely 30°. Might not be new at all, of course.

60° Origami Star (Maria Sinayskaya)

rectangles (2:3), 12 units, no glue

Mit diesem kleinen Origami-Stern von Maria Sinaskaya, möchte ich allen einen schönen 3. Advent wünschen. Robin Star

 

8 modules

A great star design by Evan Zodl of EZ Origami. This star is called Stella. Diagrams are in the OUSA Convention book 2017. The top two stars are made from kraft paper, the blue and red one being double sided Zowie paper from Hobbycraft in England. The bottom star is made from Julia's paper.

Please check out Evan's website at ez-origami.com/

and his You Tube Channel which is bursting with amazing, detailed origami tutorials

www.youtube.com/user/EzOrigami

Corona Grande Star by :copyright: <Maria Sinayskaya ( green / red chioyogami )|

INTI Star by :copyright: Jorge Jaramillo (havanna colour recycled paper) |

Star by :copyright: Tomoko Fuse ("wheel engined") (who helps me with the name?) (bigger red one on center left) |

Searching The Star series: (inspired by Maria's Star you see on the foto) (dark green/white):

Per Sette Mari (7 ray) and Stella Di Natale (8 rays) |

Naugad Star (light-blue chiyogami 7 white) + minor Variations (smaller red one and light-green striped paper) |

Mamina Star (dark-blue / white) |

HPBD star (6 units red & light-blue/light-green small ones)

( diagram here )

by me

 

Searching The Star.

The Series was born trying reverse engine THIS wonderfull Corona Grande star by Maria Sinayskaya , before Maria kindly share with me her's design ;)

Thank You again!

60° Origami Star (Maria Sinayskaya)

squares, 30 units, no glue

green and olive knit hat

 

size: adult large

top to brim measurement: 9.50"

materials: acrylic/nylon/wool

 

#h0018

60° Origami Modular (Maria Sinayskaya)

squares, 30 units, no glue

almost like the previous one, but slightly bigger:

www.flickr.com/photos/goorigami/33245955682/

sooc except crop :D

 

the stupid sun is behind the stupid clouds so here is the artificial lighting :))) press L press L press L

happy weekend everyone!!!

  

EDIT: woooow this made Explore! THANK YOU :-) second explore in a row!

 

this has an insane amount of faves - thank you so much! ha it's funny how i have two photos with over 65 faves and the rest all have under 20 :D

 

 

WANT TO WIN A PRINT OF THIS PHOTO? Go here!

www.flickr.com/photos/ameliaandhercamera/5065476210/

60° Origami Modulars (Maria Sinayskaya)

rectangles (3:4), (2:√3), (5:6),

30, 5, 4 units, no glue

Same construction method applied to different rectangles.

Since I folded this model

www.flickr.com/photos/kusudama-me/4495940185/

I dreamt to make one without glue and easy to assemble. The solution is easy, but I've forgotten how to fold the unit several times after I made the first unit :). Because the sequence of folds is a bit non-standard. It was sleeping in my box for many months. But it's easy after you find the way to remember the sequence! And easy to assemble even for the last unit. So I folded 2, which is very rare for me

  

Designer: Ekaterina Lukasheva

Created: 2013

Folder: Ekaterina Lukasheva

Parts: 30

Paper's size : 7.5 cm and 5 cm

Joined with : nothing

Final height: 12 and 8 cm

  

Sabrina Star (Maria Sinayskaya)

squares, 8 units, no glue

Happy first day of spring!

(en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C4%83r%C8%9Bi%C8%99or)

 

Here in Moscow there's no tradition of celebration of this holiday, but I like nice positive holidays! So let's celebrate the 1st day of spring!

Modular Origami Stars (Maria Sinayskaya)

A rectangles, 8 units, no glue

Modular Origami Star (Maria Sinayskaya)

rectangles (2:3), (3:5), 30, 6 units, no glue

Alata Star, 10-pointed (Maria Sinayskaya)

rectangles 5:6, squares, 10 units, no glue

Sabrina Star (Maria Sinayskaya)

squares, 8 units, no glue

Modular Stars (Maria Sinayskaya)

squares, 16 units, no glue

A great star design by Evan Zodl of EZ Origami. This star is called Stella. Diagrams are in the OUSA Convention book 2017. The top two stars are made from kraft paper, the blue and red one being double sided Zowie paper from Hobbycraft in England. The bottom star is made from Julia's paper.

Please check out Evan's website at ez-origami.com/

and his You Tube Channel which is bursting with amazing, detailed origami tutorials

www.youtube.com/user/EzOrigami

Narcissa Star (Maria Sinayskaya)

rectangles, 6 units, no glue

 

A variation of one of those:

www.flickr.com/photos/goorigami/6305852289/

/the pink one is from half squares, the yellow one from longer rectangles/

 

Tereza Star (Maria Sinayskaya)

rectangles, 8 units, no glue

British 5 pence coin earrings on sterling silver ear hooks

 

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60° Origami Modular (Maria Sinayskaya)

rectangles 3:4, 12 units, no glue

60° Origami Modulars (Maria Sinayskaya)

rectangles 2:3, 3:4, 1:1.44, 10, 12 units, no glue

Tried same construction method with different rectangles.

Rather easy a bit fractal modular origami star

Video tutorial youtu.be/MKndMUATWrs?list=UUXF7blFWRftGL-wU_A8yMOg

 

5 squares

Tant

no glue

red and pink with pink puffs knit hat

 

size: adult large

top to brim measurement: 9.25"

materials: acrylic/nylon

 

#h0017

Sterling silver garnet, freshwater pearl, and balinese silver bead dangle earrings

 

Appx. 2 inches long

 

e0003

 

green and olive knit hat

 

size: adult large

top to brim measurement: 9.50"

materials: acrylic/nylon/wool

 

#h0018

I'm just dropping in to say hi :)

Sorry all my flickr friends for not visiting you very frequently.

Life has been so hectic lately, there's hardly any time for my favorite thing in the world.... photography.

 

Don't you sometimes wish that life was simpler? easier?

   

Modular Stars (Maria Sinayskaya)

squares, 6 units, no glue

Fronts and reverses, same base.

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