Picture of an origami double star flexicube; Designed by Dave Brill; Folded by Sara Adams;. In fact there wasn’t an elegant way of doing this (in an origami sense). I used trial and error: firstly I made the Yoshimoto Cube (aka Double Star Flexicube), then. David Brill – Double Star Flexicube. Post by Froy┬╗ Tue Mar 25, pm. Hi! Greetings from Mexico. I have been looking for diagrams or something from.

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Hi there, Do you know of any very simple way to fold paper into a flat star of David? Notify me of new posts via email. This means that if you have a paper of width 10cm, then it has to be about Thanks for posting this you tube vid! Prepare for influx of pilgrims. Watch the main video and please vote on the next design i should do!

Hope this helps, — Sara. See the whole thing here: Wow this was amazing going to give it a try here in a little bit very impressive. Hi Sara where can i get the paper that you used in this video i have a hard time finding good paper for my origami. I will try my best a contacting the creators, but Sara, what should I do if a diagram has been posted online and I can’t contact the creator of the dia.

There are instructions for this here:. Use verbal instructions rather than background music, especially on harder steps.


So I’m guessing you live somewhere round there. I like that you used 2 different colors so you can see how it is made without getting to confused.

I will poke around your website and i am sure I can find something more appropriate for a beginner like myself. It always matters what kind of paper you use. I ‘ve started on my double star flexicube as well.

Cube box and Double Star Flexicube | David Brill

Hi Sara I just thought i would tell you that there is a much easier way to fold the stzr step on the modules. I always read the encyclopedia. What do flexjcube mean by card paper. It’s very hard to explain but I can maybe mail a video with it.

Skip to main content. I suggest you use slightly heavier paper for the units, and lighter paper for the hinges. I think that’d just be fair. I had problems with that last step myself so i experimented and I found out my own step!

Well, in my opinion you should have fun with origami. Leave this field blank. Personally, I’ve folded this model three times or so, always being able to complete it without use of glue. I only folded this model twice, and it turned out quite stable.

Glue the units themselves together using tape. Well, the A8 size I guess is less wasteful. What I mean by a “full” double star flexicube is, well, a thing that has the two able to fit together, and flexichbe as one.

It did not come out douuble good.

Double Star Flexicube (David Brill)

Double Star Flexicube David Brill. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Or you can just choose your preferred paper and cut it to A-sized. Hope this helps, — Sara. I’ve done this model a few times and always had to complete it with a glue.


I once saw a way of doing it starting with a triangular shaped piece douvle paper but I can’t remembe how it went. Glue the hinges using “wet” glue.

Double Star Flexicube after Yoshimoto Cube No1 | David Brill

It made the diagram much clearer! Then viewers doublee be able to profit from your findings more easily! He has done amazing stuff, so it’s unfortunate that he feels about it this way, but I respect his wish. Overall, the video seems relatively clear, but I think you could improve greatly by trying the following:. The square root of 2 is 1. My son loves origami and he will blow his mind when he sees this!

How to get A-sized paper fpexicube letter: This can be quite confusing, especially if you don’t know the model yet. David has done some nice diagrams, which you might find helpful: More information about text formats.

When I made it. Yes, you can use a quarter of the paper if that had the right ratio.