My name is Petr Stuchlý, born 1991.
Here I would like to show you some of my origami work, mostly my own designs, if not indicated otherwise.
I hope you'll enjoy!
Let me start with probably my most challenging model so far, a leafy sea dragon:
it is still not completely finished, but I think it's close enough to give you the idea. =)
I designed this model in 2011 but it took me a lot of time to finish it, I've run into some problems in the foling process...
This is what the model basically looked like for all that time:
Due to the lack of any decent picture or fold of this model made by myself, I present to you what the model looks like when folded by a real origami master:
Folded by the amazing Matthew LaBoone, thank you Matt!
Next up is my newest design, a long-legged frog:
Diplocaulus - version 2:
Diplocaulus - Version 1:
This is a blue crab:
This guy uses diagonal symmetry!
Although I decided this needs both, a redesign and a refold. It needs a redesign to have claws that are big enough, and it needs a refold from thinner paper of different color. I decided to keep the CP, but change the final shaping and call it a shrimp.
A Cambrian arthropod, named after the explorer's son, not the city in Australia.
It's one of the most famous Burgess Shale fossils.
Along with a couple WIP shots.
Stag beetle 2.0:
(Version 3.5 coming soon, it has better proportions, longer abdomen,antennae and mandibles)
Stag beetle 1.0 and "scorpion varileg BP":
Weedy sea dragon:
A warmup model I did before attempting the leafy sea dragon. =)
Or Indricotherium, or Baluchitherium
A gliding reptile from the triassic, along with a silhouette from a paper describing the remains. I used it for reference.
A moonster ant! In your face!
The famous "grogonopsid" from the silver screen!
A carboniferous arachnid, possibly a close relative of tick or harvestmen ancestors.
Another carboniferous arachnid.
Red velvet mite 1.3:
"Hooded tick spider":
A pelecinid wasp
from a bird base.
a state fossil of New York!
A "sea scorpion" similar to Mixopterus.
Red-banded rubber frog. I plan to redesign this one, I't an adaptation of my tree frog (see below) so it's not very eficient. the color changes take up far more paper than what I would have liked...