Intersecting Triangles

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So, this is a type of origami that is called golden venture origami. This type of origami is made of hundreds to thousands of little intersecting triangles. This took about 2-3 three hours, the picture is pretty bad because it was taken at school with a cell camera. But I hope ...more

How To : Things to Do on WonderHowTo (12/07 - 12/13)

WonderHowTo is made up niche communities called Worlds. If you've yet to join one (or create your own), get a taste below of what's going on in the community. Check in every Wednesday for a roundup of new activities and projects. This week: A double exposure cell phone photog ...more

How To : Make a folded paper ostrich with origami

In this Arts & Crafts video tutorial you will learn how to make a folded paper ostrich with origami. For this project, you need a square sheet of paper. First you fold it diagonally across to form a triangle and cut it off in two. Then take one piece, fold it in half to form a ...more

How To : Make Chinese paper lanterns with origami

This video illustrate how to make Chinese paper lanterns with origami. here are the following steps.Step 1: Take a string for holding the lanterns.Step 2: Now take a square sheet of paper and fold it diagonally so that two diagonal intersecting crease are formed.Step 3: Now ho ...more

How To : Origami a 120 degree tessellation inverted pleat

Even expert piano players have to practice in order to consistently bring their game to concert hall performances. Practice does indeed make perfect, and in origami practice makes neat - neat folds, crisp edges, and a better overall finished product. Sharpen your origami fold ...more

How To : Origami a pencil cup/holder

In this video, we learn how to origami a pencil cup/ holder. First, take a square and fold it into a triangle. Give it a crease, then unfold. Now, fold in half to make a triangle from the other direction. Give it another crease, then unfold. Intersect by folding in half making ...more

How To : Make a Hyperbolic Paraboloid Using Skewers

In Monday's post, we created a sliceform model of a hyperbolic paraboloid. In today's post, we will create a similar model using skewers. The hyperbolic paraboloid is a ruled surface, which means that you can create it using only straight lines even though it is curved. In fac ...more

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