Made this little buddy at dinner. Chopstick wrappers are great for random little models.
Having started work on Descent Into Midnight, I’ve been thinking a LOT about aquatic creatures lately, and growing up near Sea World has left me with a special place in my heart for orcas.
On the Redemption podcast, R3-A1 is an astromech droid with a bit of mischief deep in his memory core. He also happens to have a retractable hand that extends from his dome.
This model is the head and lekku of a Twi’lek. I had a bit of paper left after making a square from a US Letter size sheet and decided to turn it into something rather than chucking it in the recycling bin. Having just made a model of Lyntel’luroon from the Campaign Podcast, I figured it only fair to make a long-lekku Twi’lek bust for Karrell from the Redemption podcast (my other favorite Twi’lek).
Tony Vornskyr is another wonderful creation from the Campaign podcast. Vornskyr are wolf-like creatures that have long tails with a poison stinger. Here’s my origami tribute:
And the diagrams:
Made a cute little two-headed giant for Ettin News, an advice column podcast run by an ettin!
Listening to the Swallows of the South podcast got me in the mood to fold a bird. The challenge with a swallow is the forked tail, but I think it turned out rather nicely.
And the diagrams:
While Matt Smith is not in fact my favorite actor to play the doctor, sometimes these things happen and I couldn’t resist trying to fold the fez and the bow tie.
The notes below are VERY rough, but I’m hoping to come back to them and create real diagrams.
UPDATE 7/16/2017: The thirteenth doctor being announced gave me the final push I needed to refold and diagram the steps for this. Maybe I’ll revisit the theme and do a Jodie Whitaker version once we get a signature look.