Indian Pipe

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    After the 2007 OUSA Convention's Plant Design Challenge, I felt the need to design some good plants. I chose the Indian pipe and the pinesap (2008) because they had thick stems and good opportunities for color-changes.  The color-change here is subtle: an inside-out middle point forms a pink pistil with a color-changed white rim surrounded by six white stamens and five white petals. I personally think that this is one of my best designs, as it works out nearly perfectly, even down to the offset scales on the stem.

    The crease pattern is folded from a 32nds grid. The second point down from the top-middle is pushed inside-out.   

 

2003-2008 Kenny Baclawski

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