Friday, April 6, 2012
EZ3D Pop Ups Origamic Architecture Lesson 8
Materials needed: template and scissors
In the previous lesson, we combined vertical with angled cuts and created a chair-like shape. This time we will shift the angled cuts to the center and the straight cuts to the outside. The angles are the same but the outcome will be completely different. All three shapes will pop up and forward but the central triangular shape will pop forward the most.
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.