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David Brill’s transparent bottle

Sunday, 06 August 2017 00:00

David Brill’s transparent bottle. How to fold an origami bottle?

One day, English origami master David Brill was gazing at the ship in a bottle and thought to himself if it was possible to fold the origami figure inside the bottle. This feat proved to be impossible, but if one can not put a figure inside, then why not fold the bottle itself?

As a result, this wonderful model came out, which was included in the select collection of 20th century origami. To fold it, you need to carefully approach the choice of paper. It should not be very thin, but at the same time not very thick plastic or cellophane film. It is important that it won’t break when folded, but will keep the shape well. But of course, for a warm-up, it's advised to practice on regular paper.

The basis of folding the model is the grid pattern. The lining here is pretty simple. Special attention should go to the neck and bottom when folding. If you decide to put an origami figure inside the bottle, the easiest way to go would be from the bottom.

We will need:

- For a bottle: a square paper 30x30 cm in size. For the lid: a square sheet of paper 17x17 cm in size. For the ship: a square sheet of paper 7.5x7.5 cm in size.

- 20 minutes of free time.

Happy folding!

 

David Brill’s transparent bottle. How to fold an origami bottle?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Origami diagram - the yacht in a bottle:

Origami transparent bottle. How to fold an origami bottle?

Origami transparent bottle. How to fold an origami bottle?


 

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