Jungle Challenge

Again there was a little tessellation challenge at Flickr:

http://www.flickr.com/groups/otdc2009/pool/

The topic was jungle and I thought a long time about what to do and had the idea to fold something like a pixel picture…

I started with a 1:128 grid and a more than 16-level-hex-spread (designed by Eric Gjerde).

Jungle Camouflage - work in progress

I used this as basic for a field of triangle twists, but I didn’t sqashed them all, only the twists which form the picture, in this case the snake, where squashed. As a small decoration I folded some flowers in the center of the model, they are really easy (6 combined hexagons).

Jungle Camouflage...

All together I folded about 27 hours… the grid was folded on many ways to my school, the hex-spread on my way to Berlin/Potsdam and home again and the final triangles mostly at home…

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One thought on “Jungle Challenge

  1. Hi,
    Incredible work!
    I was wondering if it is available for sale.
    Seeing as it took you about 27 hours I doubt you’d want to let it go cheaply but how valuable is it to you?
    Would you be able to accept payment from and deliver to a UK adress?

    James

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