Everything I make is folded from a single, uncut square.
The human form is tricky to map out, and harder still to model with a sheet of paper. The structure of these angels are my attempts to describe the form and find beauty between the folds.
Folding a single figure can be difficult enough, but folding multiple figures with a single sheet is another challenge entirely. The woman figure is crunched into the top half of the square, and the dog is folded from the bottom edge of the paper. The two are connected by a series of inverted crease sections.
After over 1000 folds, 20+ hours, and several PB&J’s, here is the result: