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venerdì 15 marzo 2013

Greek Pottery (Amphora)

Hello friends today I want to show a model of a greek pottery (an amphora)  that I've folded using the technique of flanged rotation solids... It is a simplified version of a real greek amphora, for example the foot (bottom base) and the handles don't exist in my folded model.
Here it is the original amphora I've used to inspire my model:

Here it is the folding work in progress. I've folded the model with standard copy paper. It was made dividing the pattern into 24 flanges. It brings a better round shape but at the same time is more difficult to fold:

And finally here I show the final folded model:

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