Nguyen Hùng Cuong is an awesome Origami artist working in this traditional art, but giving extra contemporary bites to his models.
Nguyen transforms delicate papers into absolutely stunning folded creatures.He creates his original origami pieces from a handmade Vietnamese paper known as Dó. In an interview with All Things Paper, he says that he first got into paper art at the early age of five but that he hasn’t embraced origami as his full-time career, despite the fact that his work has been featured in numerous books and magazine feature on the art.
In this post I will show you his Origami Skull foldel by me. I’m not a master folding from CP myself, I got started with a ‘simple’ design by Nguyen Hung Cuong, the Skull. What I meant by simple is that it has lesser crease line to fold.
But lesser crease does not necessarily mean easy to fold. For a test fold, I simply printed the CP onto a A3 size paper and folded along the lines. Red and blue lines, differentiate the valley and mountain folds.The challenge is how these fold collapsed onto each others. It took me a few trial before I finally got it right.
This is the Diagram CP:
Originally posted 2015-03-27 09:19:27. Republished by Blog Post Promoter