I used to be requested to check fold a mannequin from Peter Buchan-Symons’ new ebook in progress “Folding Fantasy 2”:
It is a color change lizard – there appears to be a resurgence in curiosity in exact figurative 2-d depictions of advanced shapes through colour-change in the mean time. This mannequin cleverly exposes elements of 1 aspect of the paper, hides others with the reverse aspect and designing such issues is an actual ability.
The directions for this mannequin are clear, paced nicely and actually approachable. Figuring out Peter’s work, the ebook will include an actual vary of complexities (definitely FF1 was a wild trip of easy by way of to very tough fashions – a superb one on your bookshelf).
I look ahead to extra alternatives to check out his designs, he does issues in a different way to different designers, and selection is an effective factor when in search of an method to unravel specific design issues.
Folded from a 21cm sq. of Indigo print Tuttle bi-colour paper, you may go smaller however would have to be cautious to not lose the skinny zig-zags which might be the entrance legs and tongue.