In a pique of irritation I took apart the mask to start over only to find out the paper was overworked. Well, regrets won’t bring it back. I am working on a tesselation with the paper which I will put in this post when done.
That’s amazingly beautiful. Can you point me to some sites that might help a 9 y/o budding math-geek/origami enthusiast learn more about his obsession?
There’s a site flickr.com that has groups you join. There are multiple origami groups and some have picture tutorials that could help. We have a 12? year old who does amazing tesselations and people of all ages post.
Also an easy site is oriland. Google origami instructions and a host of websites have diagrams.
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