Doing a Model without diagram or CP

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Yea, it's great, Trouble! :D
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House - sipho mabona, folded by me from 25cm kami
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Hill/Bump by Matt Humberstone
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amazing
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Dasa Severova's Floral Perpetua
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your to good for your own good
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If anyone wants to fold this tessellation, the author uploaded a tutorial the next day I uploaded my picture. Tutorial here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dasssa/set ... 888588456/
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Brimstone... I was curious to know how you went about folding the floral perpetual as after folding this model from Dasa's tutorial on flickr, I noticed that yours had 8 extra points around the outside. Nonetheless, it is very well folded =D>

I was also curious to how you made the hill/bump model. It is amazing!
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He he, sometimes I've been lucky and by looking at the image and really trying hard I've been able to produce the models.

As for the external layer of the floral perpetua I did, the reference is "bring each point of the octagon to the center" and perform the rest of the process.
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Some of these are quite old, but I haven't posted to this thread before.

Attempt at Joan Sallas' hat:
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hat by malachus, on Flickr

Simple modular:
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modular design(?) by malachus, on Flickr

Aurora:
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Aurora by malachus, on Flickr

Business card ninja throwing star:
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ninja throwing star by malachus, on Flickr

Business card orbs:
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two different business card orbs by malachus, on Flickr

Vann's icasododecahedron:
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Vann Icasododecahedron by malachus, on Flickr

Vann's cuboctahedron:
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Vann's Cuboctahedron by malachus, on Flickr
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Oh, I forgot a couple.

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Diamond Edge Semistellated Rhombicuboctahedron by malachus, on Flickr

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Cuboctahedron by malachus, on Flickr
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Che Guevara by Kartela Origami.
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A model that I saw at last year's Colombian convention:
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What, did you make those models only with pictures of it? if so, I'm seriously impressed!
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