Nghệ thuật xếp hình Nhật Bản: snowflake

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  1. Snowflake ©1997 by Joseph Wu Diagrammed on January 5, 1997 Start with a white hexagon. For best effect, use a sheet of translucent paper, such as tracing paper. 1. 2. 3. 4. This collapse is similar to 5. the collapse that forms the centre of the sand dol- lar in Origami Sea Life, but cannot be done in the manner shown there be- cause it generates extra creases (which detract from the transparent ef- fect of the snowflake. 8. Result of previous step. 7. Flatten the flap, squash- Repeat on other five flaps, 6. Focus on one of the ing the shaded area. Note alternating the thick part flaps, standing it up. that the squash is not of the squash folds. symmetrical! thin part thick part Page 1 of 3
  2. Snowflake ©1997 by Joseph Wu Diagrammed on January 5, 1997 9. Swivel. (Shaded areas are thicker.) 10. Mountain fold excess under flap. 11. Repeat steps 9 & 10 five times. 12.Valley fold three central points outward. 13. The centre completed. Turn over. 14. Swivel. Page 2 of 3
  3. Snowflake ©1997 by Joseph Wu Diagrammed on January 5, 1997 15. Repeat 11 times. 16. The back completed. Turn over. 17. The completed snowflake. Notes: It is quite possible that someone Make sure to look through it at a light has already done this snowflake. Anyone source. who has ever explored the symmetries of hexagonal paper is likely to have done some snowflake designs, and these are, necessarily, similar. I know that Yoshi- zawa has done similar work, and I've seen similar ideas by Dr. Suzuki at the Origami Tanteidan convention in the summer of 1996. There are probably others. Still, this was an original effort, the result of a challenge by Doug Philips to design a snowflake for the cover of Imagiro. It is one of over 30 different de- signs, the result of an effort to simplify some of the more complex ideas (be- cause Doug would have to fold 25 of them, and also to ease my diagram- ming). I hope you enjoy it, and that you will use it as a stepping stone to design- ing your own snowflakes. Page 3 of 3
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