Picture of an origami double star flexicube; Designed by Dave Brill; Folded by Sara Adams;. In fact there wasn’t an elegant way of doing this (in an origami sense). I used trial and error: firstly I made the Yoshimoto Cube (aka Double Star Flexicube), then. David Brill – Double Star Flexicube. Post by Froy┬╗ Tue Mar 25, pm. Hi! Greetings from Mexico. I have been looking for diagrams or something from.

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Check the diagrams available at http: I just looked under the video and saw links for it!

See the whole thing here: Some will work better, some will look prettier etc. New blog post see link in profile oldoak landscape painting pleinair oilpainting brilliantorigami. Wow this was amazing going to give it a try here in a little bit very impressive.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. You won’t have to precut paper, though, because it’s quite easy to get an equilateral triangle from printing paper both A4 and letter will do.

Autumn oak PW pleinairpainting oilpainting landscape oldoak princeswood. The model with only cubes moving, not a star in the middle. Instagram Towers Road Pieta seen in cut tree stump. Hope this helps, — Sara.

Double Star Flexicube (David Brill)

I think using anything larger just results in too big a model. Yep, we can’t over look credits and permision!

Never mind, I think i’ll be okay now. Can I use half of a square for the paper because I really don’t like designs that involve so many complicated measurements that i later don’t have available and i don’t?


I suggest you make two, and if they don’t quite fit together, you can remove the hinges. Hi there, Do you know of any very simple way to fold paper into a flat star of David? I’d be really grateful if you knew something simple I could teach them. Lines and paragraphs break oduble. Be sure to get the locking mechanism right, flexiucbe it should be ok although not super stable.

Cube box and Double Star Flexicube

I’m not sure which model you are comparing it, sorry. Personally, I’ve folded this model three times or so, always being able to complete it without use of glue. In the video I used normal copy paper for the hinges, and card for the units.

Can you do an instructional video on the heart bookmark?????????????????? What size of paper? The first time I folded it I have to admit I though “Never again! Use a solid colour background for more clarity. Yes, you can use a quarter of the paper if that had fleixcube right ratio.

Double Star Flexicube David Brill: Use verbal instructions rather than background music, especially on harder steps. Yes, there’s an easy way of getting a Star of David from a triangle.

If you flexcube to glue the units together there are two options:. Notify me of new comments via email. Diagrams in the book: More information about text formats. Focus on hard steps. Sure, if you want you can use glue. The paper used for folding the model is A7 or A6 though I suggest using A7. Maybe you can have a think about it? Just thank you again your origami is really good.


Double Star Flexicube after Yoshimoto Cube No1 | David Brill

You sometimes jump over steps and for that use special effects. Is it cereal box card the thickness of a cereal box or any Cardboard that brown coloured stiff paper. Stag right now is ok, but could be better. There’s no harm in showing some steps in more detail than others. I ‘ve started on my double star flexicube as well.

Double Star Flexicube (David Brill): Instructions | Happy Folding

The fun fact about A-sized paper is that if you cut it in half, it will have the same proportions again. Maybe you can post it as a video response to my instructions. Thanks for the inspiration! My son loves origami and he will blow his mind when he sees this! I want to do this with my school pupils aged around 8 or 9. Is there a template that is easy enough for an eleven year old. I faintly remember doing two slightly different constructions, but it’s been too long.

If not, well, let’s not talk about that.