kusudama: traditional i

This is a traditional kusudama. I don’t know the name and the book didn’t mentioned it. It’s a pretty kusudama that requires 30 units. Easy to fold, hell to assemble. You may need to resort to paste materials on the outside to help it to gain shape; after assembly no gluing is required, the model is very stable.

Traditional Kusudama

You may find the diagram in the book “Practical Origami” by Rick Beech. Hard to assemble, yes, but so pretty! :)

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2 Responses to “kusudama: traditional i”

  1. michael Says:

    I made this model a few days ago. It took me about 4 hours. It turned out really great, but I had to use several paper clips to hold it together durring assembly.

  2. tinkerbell Says:

    I know the book where this came from. it’s called action origami by rick beech

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