Fuse Crater Ball

Tomoko Fuse is one of the most prolific contemporary origami artists, whose modular assemblies are truly out of this world.  This is my first attempt at a Fuse assembly, an icosahedron made using Fuse’s classic 30 degree module.  It was completed using 30 four inch squares of heavyweight cardstock, and measures about 4.5 inches in diameter.  I love the geometric designs and “craters” the modules form as they are assembled – there are pentagons, stars, triangles and hexagons nestled throughout the sphere.  The weight of the cardstock made assembling this model somewhat cumbersome – in the future I will make it using a thinner base material.  This Fuse “Crater” Ball is a novel new edition to the Amigami line-up (as well as to any home or office!)

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