Green’s “Skull” (WOD 2016 #9)


In honor of the Day of the Dead (celebrated in Latin America, especially in Mexico) here’s Matthew Green’s “Skull.” It’s got nice depth, great shaping and great details. I folded this one from regular commercial origami paper just under 25 cm (~10 inches) square, which produced a finished piece that’s just about 14 by 11 cm (~5.5 by 4.25 inches).

The instructions are available in video form at Sara Adams’s (fabulous) website, – well worth exploring for the wealth of information and videos she has produced! The direct link is here.

20161106_195530401_iosThis is my 9th fold for World Origami Days 2016. What are you folding?

P.S. Another great skull and Day of the Dead decorations – should you want to do a Day of the Dead celebration of your own – is at Leyla Torres’s (also fabulous) website, . The direct link to Leyla’s skull instructions is here.

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