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Tomoko Fuse's spires

PostPosted: August 16th, 2018, 5:57 pm
by origam69
Hi,

Does anyone know where can I get the diagram for this model? I think it looks really nice and I wanna try folding one so if anyone knows where I can find a free diagram for this model I would really appreciate it if u post it here. :roll: dieta

thx

Re: Tomoko Fuse's spires

PostPosted: August 21st, 2018, 12:49 am
by phillipcurl
Please post a link or picture to the model you are talking about, I can't find anything by Tomoko Fuse by the name of Spire. I also don't know of any legal free versions of her diagrams, but check this page out to try and find what you are looking for.

Re: Tomoko Fuse's spires

PostPosted: August 21st, 2018, 1:20 am
by NeverCeaseToCrease
Did you mean Tomoko Fuse's Spiral? There's a video for it here:
Link removed, copyrighted material
I am unsure whether this video is legal, but there is a disclaimer in the description.

Re: Tomoko Fuse's spires

PostPosted: August 21st, 2018, 2:05 am
by phillipcurl
I had to remove the link but it is easily found if you want to find it. Hopefully that is the model he was looking for though, I am not too terribly familiar with Tomoko's work.

Re: Tomoko Fuse's spires

PostPosted: August 21st, 2018, 6:47 am
by Dave Brill
Some links for Tomoko's book Spiral, published by Viereck Verlag. This takes the prize for the most beautiful origami book, in my opinion. I was involved in a small way with this and I'm a good friend of Tomoko's so I am a bit biased. The book is a bit of an investment, but worth every penny.
http://www.viereck-verlag.de/index.php? ... accordion=
http://www.origami-galerie.de/SPIRAL/index.htm
More recent exhibitions by Tomoko Fuse:
http://www.viereck-verlag.de/index.php? ... accordion=
Joint exhibition with Heinz Strobl
https://www.flickr.com/photos/brill/alb ... 6021888524