DIY paper flowers by Brittany. Kay, SO.
This is a really exciting post. Remember Brittany and Paul’s super cute, ultra whimsical wedding we posted a while back? The one with the HUGE PAPER FLOWERS? Yes, of course you do. Well, Brittany sent us over a tutorial! Here’s the scoop from Brittany: “From the get-go, I wanted large paper flowers to create a Thumblina/Alice in Wonderland-ish effect for our garden reception. Materials: • 7 sheets of a single color for petals. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. Cute, no? Creative Kismet » Blog Archive » recycled paper roll ornaments. I’ve been saving up my paper rolls in hopes of making something with them.
I decided to make these little ornaments after folding, bending, cutting and just messing around with the rolls. My little guy helped me out. Hydraulic robot made of cardboard and scotch duct tape. [ please give me a vote for the contest if you like the instructable, thanks] I always wanted to do this project but in all the guides i always found that you need some kind of wood cutting skills and/or tools.
So … I decided to make a simple hydraulic robot with cardboard, reinforce and hold by duct tape that anyone can do. Duct tape not only is strong but also looks pretty cool; it gives the robot a cool metal like look and it holds everything together really good. Paper Sculpture. Making a Frabjous. George W.
Hart is a professor at Stony Brook and is one of our favorite artists, making a wide variety of stunning geometric sculptures. On his of his many works that has particularly captivated us for some time is a sculpture called Frabjous. When we realized that George had posted a template for this sculpture we dropped everything, grabbed the cardboard and hot glue, and raced to build our own. You’ll need papercraft type building materials: Paper, cardstock, or cardboard, and tape or glue. Frabjous Sculpture by virginia. Found it really helpful to get the spiraling right by labeling a dodecahedron (inspired by the explanations from the Evil Mad Scientists, which has great CAD illustrations you should check out) and marking the corresponding parts of the sculpture.
You can download the pdf of the dodecahedron I used (with typed numbers) with some extra instructions below. This is just taped like hinges on the inside (not hot glue gun-ed.) I plan on re-designing and making another out of wood! As soon as I decide how to connect the parts cleanly together. Any suggestions? Can also be made with an exacto knife (and changing the blade often!) The design includes 40 pieces even though you only need 30 because I figured some would be messed up at the edges of the cardboard and by me pulling them out etc. Mantis - 3D puzzle by Neophyte. Sculpture by George W. Hart. This sculpture is 12 inches in diameter, made of walnut.
The parts lock together without glue. It is a puzzle/sculpture which can be disassembled and (if you are clever) reassembled. Here is a template of the basic component shape. Thirty copies form the complete structure. The parts interlock at the backs of the heads in groups of three, with three right angles meeting like a corner of a cube. Sculpture by George W. Hart. Tumbleweed Twelve ornate pieces cut from one eighth inch thick steel are assembled to make this 7-inch diameter sculpture.
I cut the parts from a sheet of steel using a computer-controlled plasma cutter. The image above shows the process. 72 Pencils. The above instance was commissioned by John Sullivan, with specially printed ISAMA pencils.
The view shows how it looks along a three-fold axis of symmetry. For some viewers, part of the interest lies in the form of the interior. The four hexagonal tubes are hollow, so the sculpture as a whole is hollow. But, what shape is its cavity? What would someone on the inside see? Dragon Fly puzzle by Neophyte. Image of Iris Business Card 4 Leaf Version. Member: dombeef.
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Free plans for a ramp-walking wooden rhino toy. Exclusive: The Automata / Automaton Blog is please to present this set of wooden toy plans!
Retired civil engineer, cartoonist, automata & toy maker Roberto Lou Ma (creator of the ramp-walking robot figure) has been so generous as to create and share this set of instructions on how to make a ramp-walking rhinoceros. The figure uses geometric figures and straight cuts, so it should be fairly easy for everyone to make. Click on each of the images below for full-sized plans and patterns. Download plans for ramp-walking wooden robot! Exclusive: The Automata / Automaton Blog is pleased to present this set of free mechanical toy plans for a ramp-walking wooden robot! Roberto Lou Ma previously shared plans for making a ramp walking rhinoceros.
He has once again graciously supplied us with a set of instructions and images, this time showing how to make a ramp-walking wooden robot like the one in the video above. Click on each of the images below for full-sized plans and patterns. Download these to your computer or print them directly from your browser window (being sure that they are at full size).
Step 1 - Introduction to Walking Robot Project. A Circle Pop-Up. This week, I worked in Angela’s altered book. Her theme is circles, and for some reason, I felt the need to do a big pop-up made of circles. This looks really hard, but it’s actually pretty simple to make. Iris Folding Project #2 – Circle. Here’s what you’ll need to make the example at right: Patterned paper – 1 sheet each of 5 different printsSolid paper – a small piece for the irisFace stamp & ink pad – for irisPaper trimmer – I use the Fiskars 12″ personal trimmerPattern – print the pattern shown belowTransparent tapeCardstock – 1 sheet for apertureScissors How to make it: Using paper trimmer, cut patterned paper into 1-1/2″ strips.Fold strips in half lengthwise, creating 3/4″ strips with one folded edge. Assemble strips into bundles of A, B, C, D and E papers, one bundle for each design.
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