Almost Orange Octagons for October Detail Variations

I found some small sheets (15x15cm) of orange Tant and tested some variations for my “Almost orange octagons for october“.

Orange Octagons for October Detail

Almost Orange Octagons for October Detail Variation 1

Almost Orange Octagons for October Detail Variation 2



Some days ago a friend, Mitanei, and I had a little Origami-Session, but I forgot to write about it. We had 6 crazy hours of folding paper. First he showed me how to fold the cute rabbit he designed. It was a lot of fun. It was the first time we used my new big sheets of Tant (35x35cm) and the paper was really nice to fold.

Here are the results, the pose just predestined them to build a couple. They’re sooo cute


After the rabbits ate nearly the half of the time, we used the rest for folding and testing some ideas.

Origami Session

Orange Octagons for October

orange octagons for october

This is my entry for the new challenge on FlickR “Octagons for October”

On my way folding an octagonal Sahnehäubchen, a lot of paper broke and I needed many sketches. Finally I managed to fold it, but it’s very grubby. Both are made from a 15x15cm square of normal origamipaper, to small and the wrong paper. Now that I know how it works, I’ll fold a bigger version from Tant or Elephant Hide.