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The theme for this year is Discovery and featured Dinosaurs, dinosaur bones, a NASA space suit, various animals and much more. You can take a look at the details of the book here — Eric Joisel, the magician of origami.
Mask | From the Eric Joisel Book, “3d Masks and Busts”. Fold… | Flickr
For those of you who would like diagrams to his work yes! The editorial board welcomes contributions to the magazine and those interested can contact any of the editors for this purpose. Also included in the book, is an interview with the Origami Master himself, ideas on folding 3D human models and much more.
His work is a treat to see and his folding always crisp and perfect.
Links: Eric Joisel’s new book and Diagrams, amazing folds of masks and folding a Carambola Kusudama
Do you know if they make any plugins to safeguard against hackers? Creative Commons Licensed Stellated Icosahedron Design by Paolo Bascetta. There is clear mention of the access type for each of the articles. Foldingtype has recently upload absolutely amazing shots of 3D masks folded by him. I must say her idea of using oil pastels to color the paper makes it look even better.
3D Masks and Busts by Eric Joisel Book Review | Gilad’s Origami Page
There are diagrams released now! Diagrams to a mask, bottle, cat, fish, Aberdeen, hedgehog, penguin, rat, a little demon mask and the rooster are available for viewing and download. She has posted an instructional video on creating this Carambola Kusudama on her site along with tips on folding the flowers. You might be aware that Sara Adams has recently posted a very helpful instructional video on folding a Carambola — which represents the inside cross-section of a star fruit.
Folding started in July to complete the models required for the tree; contributions from various members were also invited. Leyla Torres of Origami Spirit fame has gone one step ahead and turned these pretty looking flowers into a Kusudama Ball of Carambola flowers.
You must be aware at this point that the book contains no diagrams, whatsoever. Every year, for the past 30 masms, the American Museum of Natural History in New York marks the start of the Christmas Holiday season with the lighting of its 13 foot Christmas tree decorated from top to bottom with none other than Origami models.
The tree will be on display till January 2nd