Ummm.. for myself both sound interesting. I have done only a small
amount of origami but would get my folding fingers back in practice for
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On 11/22/05, kerry_and_ryan@xxxxxxx <kerry_and_ryan@xxxxxxx
finally re-figured out Bill Adams's stackable origami Icehouse pyramid
design. I've even made an improvement or two on
it. I tried contacting Bill via email a couple times and
I've never gotten any response. Similar requests on this
have gone unanswered, so I assume he's not contactable and/or
interested any more.
Those of you that want to see this design,
would you rather get "pure" origami instructions or see a printable
folding diagram? I already have a diagram drawn up in a Word
doc file. In fact, three copies of the diagram sized to make
a large, a medium and a small all fit on one 8.5 x 11"
page. You can fold it so that the printed lines all end up
on the inside of the pyramid. Or you can modify the diagram
by coloring in the four triangles that end up being the pyramid faces
and then fold the whole thing insideout (i.e. swapping mountain and
Let me know what's best for you all.
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