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Oh, what Versailles! Origami kusudama

Wednesday, 26 July 2017 00:00

Origami kusudama - How to make an origami kusudama?

Mathematics and origami closely interact with each other. Many mathematicians turn to origami to develop their creative potential. Krystyna Burczyk (Poland) was no exception. A mathematics teacher with more than 20 years of experience developed not only the theory of origami, but began to develop certain techniques, for example, the technique of twirls.

Twirls became the founding locking method in modular origami. The details are not connected with each other by pockets and reeds, but are twirled. The joint becomes more complicated, it involves three or four parts, instead of two. This is how a beautiful joint is formed, which at the same time serves as a decoration for the modular figure.

We suggest to fold one of the figures in this technique - the Versailles kusudama. You will need 60 square sheets of paper. It is advisable to choose denser paper, and square sheets should not be large. To begin with,10[10 cm size should be enough. While folding, be careful when twisting curls, try to make them dense, but do not wrinkle. In total, the folding and assembling of the kusudama will take about 1.5-2 hours of free time.

Happy folding!

Versailles Kusudama - how to make origami kusudama?












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