Picture of an origami double star flexicube; Designed by Dave Brill; Folded by Sara Adams;. In fact there wasn’t an elegant way of doing this (in an origami sense). I used trial and error: firstly I made the Yoshimoto Cube (aka Double Star Flexicube), then. David Brill – Double Star Flexicube. Post by Froy» Tue Mar 25, pm. Hi! Greetings from Mexico. I have been looking for diagrams or something from.
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I needed a couple of attempts to make it fit well. It’s very hard to explain but I can maybe mail a video with it. See the whole thing here: There’s no reason to be militant about what’s allowed or not.
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Hope you have some success! Lines and paragraphs break automatically. I suggest you use slightly heavier paper for the units, and lighter paper for the hinges.
This means that if you have a paper of width 10cm, then it has to be about But why not make the effort to ask permission if it’s not a traditional design? E-mail The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly.
Or you can xouble choose your preferred paper and cut it to A-sized. Overall, the video seems relatively clear, but I think you could improve greatly by trying the following:.
Copy paper should be just right for the hinges.
Please, I was really looking forward to making was it was named for. I used the following paper in this model: I’m not sure how big the selection will be e. Lines and paragraphs break automatically. It did not come out to good. Me too I need help. I will poke around your website and i am sure I can find something more appropriate for a beginner like myself.
Also, there’s some pushing and pulling involved to make them move together in all the right places. Is it cereal box card the thickness of a cereal box or any Cardboard that brown coloured stiff paper. Does it matter what kind of paper you use or is thicker any better when folding and doing this? My cubes are the same size: I thought I should use two different colors for each star to give the model a mystifying look.
There are instructions for this here: If you want to glue the units together there are two options:. I think the only exceptions are the US and Canada. I always read the encyclopedia.
I have been told that office supplies stores and some stationaries in the US will carry A4-sized paper. However, it may be easier to use glue. fexicube
It made the diagram much clearer! Stag can clarify what’s going on, and not everyone has the same music taste. David has done some nice diagrams, which you might find helpful: I folded the model from A8. I’m not sure which model you are comparing it, sorry. Even Google can do those conversion for you.
Double Star Flexicube David Brill: This is like your own hand made rubicks cube! Yeah it seems I may have to go look around a bit more in the some of the stores in the Us. Just thank you again your origami is really good.
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I’m 9 and I like origami. Yes, you can use a quarter of the paper if that had the right ratio. Did you check your e-mail? The square root of 2 is 1. I doubble trial and error: Can I use half of a square for the paper because I really don’t like designs that involve so many complicated measurements that i later don’t have available and i don’t?
The fun fact about A-sized paper is that if you cut it in half, it will have the same proportions again. Never mind, I think i’ll be okay now. Yep, we can’t over look credits and permision!
Other wise I’ll just keep making A-sized paper like I normally do. So after a couple fkexicube hours break I cut some more paper and gave it another try. I cant quite figure out how to make the double star flexicube Is there another dougle to make the double star flexicube.
Double Star Flexicube after Yoshimoto Cube No1
Flexcube you can post it as a video response to my instructions. I think in this video I used card for the units, and normal copy paper for the hinges. I think the second one might be more interesting in terms of “Geometry Class”, but the first one slightly more fun because it’s an action model. If you hadn’t guessed already, i’m wondering what size paper to use?