Jim Plank's Origami Page (Modular)


Pictures -- ``Penultimate Module''

  • Compound of 5 octrahedrons.
  • Compound of three rectangular prisms.

  • Stella Octangula.
  • Lesser Stellated Dodecahedron.
  • One of the stellations of the icosahedron

  • Snub Cube --- Dual of the Snub Cube --- Obscured picture of the snub dodecahedron
  • Icosidodecahedron and Dual (Rhombic Triacontahedron) --- Side View, Top View --- Another One.
  • Another Rhombic Triacontahedron.

  • Polar Zonahedron: n = 5 --- Front View , Side View. (Ray-traced polar zonahedrons)

  • Many dodecahedrons.
  • Rhombiicosidodecahedron
  • Rhombitruncated cuboctahedron.
  • Rhombicuboctahedron. (plus another by A. Gaedicke of Chile).
  • Truncated icosahedron. --- Another one --- One made by Shannon Nichols

  • You tell me (I don't know the name for this), Although I think it's a compound of 12 dodecahedrons

    Pictures -- Other Modules

    Pictures -- Penultimate models sent to me by others:


    Geometric Origami Home Pages

    Other Links of Interest

    These are typically sent to me from other people, so I don't vouch for their them, but include them because they may be of interest to you. Seems like a lot of people who teach origami also want to teach financial responsibility. I'm all for that, so I include the links -- JP.


    People send me scholarships to list, and I'm happy to do so. I don't endorse any of these -- I just include them because college is expensive, and every dollar helps!

    If you are a student, and you use this list, please let me know. I get a few emails a week from people who want me to list scholarships, and I'm growing weary of doing so. I'd like to know that someone uses this list, besides people sending me scholarships to list.

    Broken Links

    Each of these used to be a good site, however, the links are broken. I'd be happy if someone would point out an update for me.

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