Golden Venture Folding
[Photo: Authentic 3D Origami art by political prisoner EE8A Lin Ru Kan;
accompanying documentation seen here; photos courtesy of M VanDyke.]
There are very few diagrams for these types of models because, given enough units, you can make almost anything. In many respects, the triangular paper units are like Lego pieces: just use your imagination and start creating!
- diagram for basic triangular units
- instructions for ring
- instructions for candy cane
- instructions for an egg
- instructions for swan
- this online tool allows you to generate GVF instructions
More about Chinese Paper Folding
Every now and then, there will be pertinent information regarding 3D origami and the amazing things that can be made given patience and persistence.
- fashion using 3D origami units.
- origami chair made with 35,000 pieces
- see large vase & lamp from flickr site
- blind man makes a 1300 piece peacock
- Wikipedia’s Chinese Paper Folding
- David Lister’s Golden Venture folding
- get educators’ resource packet
Books with 3D Origami
- 3D Origami: Step by Step Illustrations by Boutique-Sha (book review)
- More and More 3D Origami by Mieko Baba, Ikuko Mitsuoka, Yasuaki Okada, and Yoko Ishiguro
- More 3D Origami: Step-By-Step Illustrations by Joie Staff