Submitted by Sara on 26 September 2010 - 8:54am Designer: Mukerji, MeenakshiFolder: Adams, SaraRelated website: http://www.origamee....Diagrams in the book: Origami InspirationsRelated image: Waves: Icosahedron (Meenakshi Mukerji) - from double foilWaves: Icosahedron (Meenakshi Mukerji)Difficulty Level: Low intermediateModel type: 30 unitsGeometryModularPaper ratio: 1 : 3 Video of aR0wOwf9hK8 Paper: 30 sheets of 5cm by 15cm kami Model: sphere with a diameter of 10cm Amazon offer for binder clips Sources of Tant origami-shop.com fineartstore.com paperjade.com kimscrane.com eBay.com Comments Submitted by Origami Guy (not verified) on 26 September 2010 - 6:38pm Permalink Llopio's Moment of truth? when are you going to make a tut on that "Llopio's Moment of truth"? cause when you get an origami you make tut on it quick, but why dont you make it to get it over with i dont mean the next couple days i mean in a couple of months im not saying i wasnt wondering how to make this, cause i was. now i 50/50 on wanting to know how to make Llopio. reply Submitted by Sara on 26 September 2010 - 9:45pm Permalink When time is short: tutorials for simpler models Right now I don't have enough time to make a video on "Llopio's Moment of Truth". Actually, I've already done quite some preparation work for the video, but making it will still need considerable effort. With lots of things going on in both my personal and work life it's simply not fit in recently. If it happens this year, it'll have to be November, as I want to do a Halloween model next month, and a Christmas model in December. Actually, if time stays short, I'll probably go for another winter/Christmas model in November - we'll have to see how it works out. -- Sara reply Submitted by Origami Guy (not verified) on 27 September 2010 - 2:02pm Permalink Halloween video? what do plan on making the video on? reply Submitted by Origami Guy (not verified) on 27 September 2010 - 2:22pm Permalink -sorry- i met what do -you- plan on making the video on? reply Submitted by Sara on 5 October 2010 - 4:08pm Permalink Not finalized I haven't decided yet. -- Sara reply Submitted by dave (not verified) on 26 September 2010 - 7:39pm Permalink paper does the fine arts store listed in your link have a store location? one that you could drive too? ive searched website and couldn't find an answer. also, would it sell all the origami paper you could order. like could you buy their paper that is available to order at there store location? reply Submitted by Sara on 26 September 2010 - 9:46pm Permalink Sorry, I don't know Sorry, all the information I could gather about the fine arts store is online. So if you can't find anything on the web that answers your questions, I fear I also won't be able to help. -- Sara reply Submitted by Kim (not verified) on 27 September 2010 - 3:18pm Permalink Waves, Waltz, Hallowe'en Thank you for all your efforts to give us such wonderful tutorials during such a busy time in your life. I really appreciate you explaining the color rotations, it helped alot. Your waltz was beautifully done, congratulaions! Might I put in a request for a more 3d model of a black cat? I find them harder to locate on line, or maybe I shoud say the diagrams aren't always clear for me. Book stores here don't seem to carry really more advanced origami books. Lastly, again, thank you for your time and sharing! reply Submitted by Origami guy (not verified) on 28 September 2010 - 7:17pm Permalink halloween i have found some origami you can try for halloween Skeleton http://www.mvg-ori.n... or if you like kim's idea for a black cat i have diagrams for brill's image http://www.happyfold... and http://www.happyfold... the skeleton is on Maarten Van Gelder's site and the cat (if you think i need promission (¬_¬") i can ) happy halloween! ٩(̾●̮̮̃̾•̃̾)۶ reply Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 10 October 2010 - 7:34pm Permalink i have made this,but its not i have made this,but its not sturdy.any tips for that problem? reply Submitted by Sara on 11 October 2010 - 5:13am Permalink A spot of glue? That depends on how instable the model is for you. It should not come apart just like that. However, I gave someone a fold as a present, and he accidentally dropped it on the floor. I did have to put some of the model together after that. I guess gluing models before you give them away to non-folders is a good idea. ;) -- Sara reply Submitted by Serena (not verified) on 4 November 2010 - 7:44pm Permalink Waves Modular Dear Sara -- Thanks as always for your patient and clear instructions on Meenakshi Mukerji's Wave model. However, I have been finding the assembly a real problem. Once I get past the first 15 or so modules, almost invariably putting the next one in causes others to pull out -- even with strong clips everywhere. I finally got 29 out of 30 together, but the model is not very clean, and I had to compress some modules (ruining their wavelike curve) to get past the disconnect problem. You make it look so easy. I've watched the video several times. Any suggestions? I'm using colored copy paper, 2.5 X 7.5. Thanks Serena reply Submitted by Sara on 6 November 2010 - 9:29am Permalink Two thoughts Did you make sure that the clips were attached, so that both the flap and the pocket are connected? I have assembled this model without clips, too, and it worked well enough. Also, before adding a new module, always check first whether any of the existing points have become unstable (modules have partly slipped out). If so, first push them all the way in again, and only after that add the next module. Hope this helps a bit, -- Sara reply Submitted by Serena (not verified) on 11 November 2010 - 4:48am Permalink Waves Sara -- Thanks for your suggestions. Yes, I checked each time to be sure each clip was holding the flap in the pocket. Originally, I used the small clothespins; then I switched to small binder clips, which have a tighter hold. It still wasn't entirely successful and took forever. I must have used 60 clips and still ended up with 2 flaps that I couldn't insert without pulling out other connections. Too bad; it is a charming model. Conceptually, it's simple. However.... Maybe I'll come back to it someday. Thanks again Serena reply Submitted by Sara on 11 November 2010 - 9:13am Permalink Strange That's strange. I assembled this model without using any pins, too - more out of need. I'd given one away as a present, and it fell on the floor, falling apart. I learned two lessons: first, I managed to assemble the model rather quickly without use of clips. Second, always glue a modular if you plan on giving it away and if the locking mechanism isn't very robust. ;) But to help you out: have you tried using a different kind of paper, or folding it from a different size? I folded this model three times, once from foil, once from tant, and once from kami. The foil one I gave away (and thus also assembled a second time without clips). If I remember correctly using slightly heavier, stiffer paper works well for this model (i.e. makes assembly easier). Just a thought, -- Sara reply Submitted by Serena (not verified) on 15 November 2010 - 4:13am Permalink Waves Sara -- Thanks for your patience. I've tried kami and heavier paper (tant, copier 24 lb); 2X6 amd 2.5 X7.5. I will try foil. It's interesting that foil worked on another lovely model by Meenakshi (Poinsettia Ball) that also had a rather weak locking mechanism. I'll let you know. Thanks again. Serena reply Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 21 March 2011 - 8:53pm Permalink Modular Origami Dear Sara, I've noticed that you mainly focus on models that require only one sheet of paper. I also saw that you posted a video recomending different channels on youtube. I was wondering if you could suggest a couple of channels for modular origami. There's no rush, but it would really help me improve my skills. Thank you so much for being involved in the origami community, ---Paper girl in search for more :) reply Submitted by Sara on 29 March 2011 - 6:58am Permalink A couple of ideas I fear I don't know many origami channels myself, be it for modular origami or other origami. You can check the list of friends I have for some other channels: http://www.youtube.c... In particular, you may enjoy some of Tom Hull's videos: http://www.youtube.c... - he may not have a huge number of videos, but explains nicely how you can use the modules he present to form different constructs. Also try searching for "modular origami" on YouTube and simply watch the videos where you like the thumbnail. If you like that video, you can then check which other models that person has uploaded. -- Sara reply Submitted by Pepi (not verified) on 10 May 2011 - 3:15pm Permalink Wavez Umm may i ask you I'm planning to do this model but is the polyhedra coloring close to the one with 5 coloring i'mplanning to use 3 colours Thank you. O.o reply Submitted by Jack (not verified) on 17 October 2011 - 2:35am Permalink Instructions Hi, do you have any diagrams rather than an instructional video? If you do then can you please send it to me, thanks. reply Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 18 June 2014 - 8:50pm Permalink does this model work well does this model work well with tant 7.5 cm paper? reply Add new comment Your name E-mail The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Homepage Subject Comment * More information about text formats Text format Plain textFiltered HTML Plain textNo HTML tags allowed.Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.Lines and paragraphs break automatically.Filtered HTMLWeb page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.Allowed HTML tags: <a> <em> <strong> <cite> <code> <ul> <ol> <li> <dl> <dt> <dd> <strike> <h2> <h3>Lines and paragraphs break automatically.