Penflower Tesselation  2011

I created this mandela-like pattern at 2011 convention. It's a spiral matrix of parallelograms that features fivefold symmetry. At first I thought it was a Penrose tessellation, but the joining rules do not conform to the Penrose tiling.

Quadrose Tesselation  2011

This was a precursor to the Pseudo-Penrose Star. It features a fourfold symmetry that is easer to fold and has fewer cells (24 vs. 40). In fourfold geometry this is an allowable quasicrystal tiling.

Foxy Fox II  2011

This is one of my more impressionistic models. It makes use of a color change effect for a puffed-out tail and ears. I had an earlier version that never fully satisfied me because the body proportions were not sufficiently fox-like. A simple change in the location of the pleat at step 12 was just the thing to make the back longer, the legs and ears a bit shorter, and the whole appearance more foxy.
Diagrammed in:  Origami Animal Sculpture

Pent-Hex Tessellation  2011

An elaboration on the Cairo Tessellation, this pattern features a grid of alternating pentagons and hexagons.

Inchworm  2011

I was inspired to create this model after encountering a friendly inchworm in the woods on a camping trip. It's a color-change model. A regular sheet of 6" kami works well, and you can color the reverse side with a marker.
Diagrammed in:  Origami Animal Sculpture

Dual Cube  2011

The shape is two intersecting cubes. I first saw it in an M. C. Escher print many years ago. The model is folded from a single sheet of paper, a rectangle with a 2:1 ratio. Still, this is only a preliminary study. My goal is to fold it from a square and with a color change so that the two cubes are in contrasting colors. This will require six color change regions. Fortunately I have a method for this, similar to the way I affect the color change in my Stellated Octahedron.