Monthly Design Challenge - February 2019

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Re: Monthly Design Challenge - February 2019

Postby Baltorigamist » February 28th, 2019, 3:33 pm

The rules specifically said to use one uncut square, so I’ll allow the model if it turns out the same from a square folded in half. The final judgment is up to Crease, though.
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Re: Monthly Design Challenge - February 2019

Postby Iren Rondo » February 28th, 2019, 8:24 pm

A flying away.
Asymmetrical CP is obvious.
Designed and folded by me from one uncut square of paper.

ImageA flying away by Iren Rondo, on Flickr

ImageA flying away by Iren Rondo, on Flickr

ImageA flying away by Iren Rondo, on Flickr

ImageA flying away by Iren Rondo, on Flickr

ImageA flying away by Iren Rondo, on Flickr

ImageA flying away by Iren Rondo, on Flickr
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Re: Monthly Design Challenge - February 2019

Postby NeverCeaseToCrease » March 2nd, 2019, 7:03 pm

Great job to all 9 of you who participated this month! You all truly made this forum a better place.
It was hard to pick a winner, but I think that Tahaorigami's model best represents the theme of asymetry. I think the 7x7 grid is a challenging but elegant grid size, and the complex color changes are very unique and well done.

I will see you all in the March competition! Well done and congratulations to everybody.
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Re: Monthly Design Challenge - February 2019

Postby Tahaorigami » March 3rd, 2019, 7:53 am

NeverCeaseToCrease wrote:Great job to all 9 of you who participated this month! You all truly made this forum a better place.
It was hard to pick a winner, but I think that Tahaorigami's model best represents the theme of asymetry. I think the 7x7 grid is a challenging but elegant grid size, and the complex color changes are very unique and well done.

I will see you all in the March competition! Well done and congratulations to everybody.


Thanks Crease! I was quite impressed by the entries this month. Good luck for next month's challenge!
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