31 thoughts on “Origami Lesser Stellated Dodecahedron (Meenakshi Mukerji)

  1. This is amazing! well, if i did the Yami Yamauchi Firework i guess i can do this! hahaha thank you, you explain soo good! Kisses from a Venezuelan Fan c:

  2. Very nice tutorial! I actually have that book, but hadn't really thought about folding the model and watching your video made me realise it should go on my list of things to fold. Also your folding is so precise even when you are doing the tutorial steps, I'm jealous!

  3. I calculated if your folding tool was accurate, and in fact it doesn't devide the square in 3 equal parts. It devides it in one part being 0.331821362 times the lengt of the sides of the square and two parts of 0.334089319 times the lengt of a side. I put too much time in calculating that to not share this here, end of comment.

  4. Genial, me encanta que con unos modulos tan sencillos se logre la complejidad de esta estrella.Felicitaciones desde BogotΓ‘- Colombia.

  5. Woooowwwww its'a wonderful star very wonderful i liked what you did, it's really beatiful i loved!!!!!❀❀❀❀❀❀❀❀❀❀❀❀
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  6. i was fooling around with the pieces, and realized that you can actually make several distinct origami designs by using these 30 modular pieces, or some variation of them… separate from this stellated dodecahedron, you can also make a "truncated dodecahedron" (by interlocking the leaves upside down, as partially seen at 9:51 in the vid), and you can even make a "truncated-stellar dodecahedron" (by augmenting each leaf with 2 additional folds on both ends). Truly a cool design, and the video was really thoughtfully explained.
    😊✌😁🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

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