Thursday, April 5, 2012
Materials needed: template and scissors
In lesson 7, we will make another chair-like shape but with angled sides. In our previous triangle lesson, we learned that we can make angled cuts as well as vertical. Now we are going to combine vertical with angled cuts. No matter which direction you cut, the folds must usually be horizontal for the pop up to work properly. Remember to cut as carefully as you can and to make a crisp crease when you create your folds. Have fun! Another template is on its way.
EZ3D Pop Ups Origamic Architecture Lesson 6
In lesson 6, we will make a flap within a flap and then pop it out. It kind of looks like an overstuffed armchair. All the instructions are found on the PDF or JPG file. Remember to cut carefully and make crisp creases. Good luck and please come back and let me know how it turns out.