Archive for February, 2011
There are no words for how awesome this art is…
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Instead of working on the stuff I really should be getting done, I’ve been trying to fold Origami Stormtroopers yet again.
This time, the results are semi-satisfactory. Here are some of the preliminary folds:
And here is the finished piece:
Note: This is a sheet of paper that is black on one side, white on the other. The eyes are the black side of the paper. The mouth and the black spots on the sides are merely added decorations. (On some of the preliminary models, the black spots are actually created by origami, but it takes a lot of fussing and fiddling to get them in the correct spot and then they still look all lumpy.)
Here’s a poem from Super-Folder Ben. I would call him a Super-Rhymer, but it isn’t that kind of poem….
UPDATE: Now Ben has a limerick:
There was once an Origami Yoda
People thought he lived in a pagoda
He was made by a kid named Dwight
Who was bonkers in the head because his head was quite tight
Which gave Dwight his nimble fingers that could fold Origami Yoda
Anyone else want to send in a poem? I’ll post them here if you do…
Library Media Specialist Holly Bigham at Cary Woods Elementary School in Alabama made this awesome bulletin board for their special reading week!
Have great reading week and … May The Books Be With You!
Readers have been sending in some FANTASTIC Darth Paper photos!! Like this one….
and this one…
I’ve added a lot to the Flickr set. In fact we now have over 50 entries!!! TAKE A LOOK!
Here’s the map, but it looks a little meager. Darth Paper can’t seem to conquer the West Coast!!!
Keep sending in those photos, for your chance to win an ADVANCE copy of Darth Paper BEFORE it’s available in stores this summer/fall!