Paper: 30 squares of 5.4cm foil paper, 10 green/gold and 20 red/gold
Model: diameter of 8cm
http://www.flickr.com/photos/46625176@N00/4424519143/ (CP with crease directions)
Anna recently posted an instructional video on this model, and today I finally found some time to give it a try. The model is a bit harder to fold than I first expected, the collapsing is a bit tricky. I still decided to rate its complexity as "intermediate", once you've understood how to collapse it's not as hard anymore.
Lid by Jorge E. Jaramillo, box by Anna Kastlunger
Paper: 2 x 15cm square of kami
Model: approx 4.5cm x 4.5cm x 3cm
Phew, I've finished my truncated icosahedron from PHiZZ units. After figuring out how you could 3-colour a truncated icosahedron, I kind of wanted to give it a try. Now you know I'm not the biggest fan of modular origami, so making a 90-unit modular piece is no small feat for me. But here it is...
Paper: 90 square sheets with side length 2.85cm, Pacon paper (30 red, 30 pink, 30 white)
Model: sphere with diameter of 7cm
Deb, you are great! Yesterday I received a parcel with a selection of different papers, and a copy of Oru Volume #4.
Amongst the paper were some 15cm squares of "dreamy colour origami", which Deb suggested I use to fold a 5-stage hydrangea. She said I might be pleasantly surprised, and indeed I was! The colouring on the paper results in layers that have different colours.
Paper: 15cm square of kami
Model: 7.5cm by 7.5cm