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    One day, while fooling around, I stumbled across a way to make one of Fujimoto's tessellations three-dimensional.  Soon after, I folded a version out of foil (the four pictures on the right), which has a certain allure to it. Perhaps it is the tangible 3D shape it has or the tiny detail at the top. Whichever it is, this is a tremendously pleasing model to fold.

    Here is the crease pattern. There are no landmarks to speak of, though it is deceptively difficult to fold. Diagrams for this model were published in the 2008 OrigamiUSA Convention Book.

 

2003-2008 Kenny Baclawski

e-mail me at kenneth.baclawski.jr@dartmouth.edu or gumbybrainspecialist@gmail.com