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How to make a Paper Vase without curves

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Today I'll tell you how to model a paper vase with the segment method. It seems the vase has curves but these are approximately approached by edges and polygons.
At first I came to an idea to divide a vase into two parts (P1 and P2, see 3rd screenshot). 
You have 2 objects that look like a Hyperboloid and an Ellipsoid. One object has a 'negative' (slender) and the other one a 'positive' (bulbous) curve. 
The approximation and the unions of the segments turns into a blocky vase.   


 
 
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Step 1: CP-Samples of the vase

Here you can dl the cp samples of the 6 and 8 segment (slender, bulbous) vase.

red: valley folds
blue: mountain folds
black: cutting lines 

Step 2: Glue and Assemble

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Cut the segments and prefold. Glue the parts together.

Step 3: Variations

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You can naturally also make variations with different shapes and forms.


Happy Crafting! 
mohany4 months ago

Interesting

teshcreations4 months ago
Great!
Troels1 year ago
what program did you use?
sphere360 (author)  Troels1 year ago
A basic 2D-CAD Program (QCAD)
You can use any other CAD Software.