A Plethora of Polyhedra in Origami
Step-by-step instructions and 970 clear diagrams show beginning and experienced paperfolders how to create 27 amazing polyhedra from one sheet of paper. Graded according to difficulty, the projects range from a simple cube, tetrahedron and octahedron to a challenging rhombic dodecahedron, sunken icosahedron, and an antidiamond with pentagonal base.
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Tetrahedron Octahedron Icosahedron
Pentagonal Hexagonal Heptagon a I
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13 Fold 19 Unfold 24 Unfold 30 Fold Align the dots Animals in Origami Bring the dots Crease lightly Cubehemioctahedron dark paper diagonal Dimpled Octahedron dot to form dots will meet Double Diamond Hexahedron edge equilateral triangles existing crease flaps Fold and unfold Fold in half Fold inside Form a sunken Heptahedron Hexagonal Dipyramid hidden crease Inside Reverse Fold isoceles triangles John Montroll model becomes three-dimensional model will become mountain fold crease nolid Octahedron page 16 Octahemioctahedron Pentagonal Dipyramid Pentagonal Prism Pentagonal Trapezohedron Platonic Solids Puff Push regular dodecahedron Repeat steps 22-24 Repeat steps 7-11 Reverse-fold Rhombic Dodecahedron Rotate the dot Six-Pointed Star Squash-fold sunken corners Sunken Cube Sunken Dodecahedron Sunken Icosahedron Sunken Octahedron sunken pentagon Sunken Tetrahedron sunken triangle thank Robert three other sides top layer Triakis Tetrahedron Triangular Dipyramid Triangular Prism Tuck inside Turn Unfold and rotate unfold creasing unfold the top unfold to find upper dot valley-fold