Shop Mobile More Submit  Join Login
Dollar twist by MuggleHater Dollar twist by MuggleHater
The result of an hour in church.
Add a Comment:
 
:iconblackwolf78:
Blackwolf78 Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2013
haha seems like what I do in church XD
Reply
:iconemmebee210:
emmebee210 Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
woooaaahhh

Reply
:iconrtshields:
RTShields Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2008  Hobbyist Writer
that's pretty sweet, where did u find this?
Reply
:iconmugglehater:
MuggleHater Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2008
I found the instructions for the regular model on a website that i have been unable to find recently. I had to adjust the way it is made to work with a dollar.
Reply
:iconrtshields:
RTShields Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2008  Hobbyist Writer
well if u find it again, can u lemme know?
Reply
:iconmugglehater:
MuggleHater Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2008
sure i can. I had the site favorited on my computer, but it crashed and is being repaired at the moment.
Reply
:iconjtichard:
JTICHARD Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2007
um...DNA!
Reply
:iconmugglehater:
MuggleHater Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2007
I guess there is a resemblance.
Reply
:icon1sand0s:
1sand0s Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2007  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I've done something similar to this; the pleat/spiral folding is identical. What I would like to know is how you get the flat edges. Do you have instructions you could share? Excellent work on the spiral portion too; when I fold one out of larger paper it's difficult to get those angles just right. Sometimes I'll cheat and use a ruler to help.
Reply
:iconmugglehater:
MuggleHater Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2007
My computer with the favorited site is not working right now, and i cannot find the url. I think you could figure it out easily enough though. This model is meant for a normal piece of computer paper. start with the short end facing you.fold it into 16ths up and down, then fold each of the 4 corners in so that it touches the line of the first 16th. The size of the flat part on the sides is the width of the folded in corner. I will try to find you the url, but that is how you would start.
Reply
:icon1sand0s:
1sand0s Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2007  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Ah, I see now. I'll have to try it out some time cause I love that style fold. Thanks!
Reply
:iconmugglehater:
MuggleHater Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2008
I just found the site.

[link]
Reply
:icon1sand0s:
1sand0s Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2008  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Ah, awesome! I remember seeing the name Thoki Yenn before while browsing origami folds online. Need to google his name now and see what else comes up. :)
Reply
:iconnana-cat:
Nana-cat Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2007
Very cool :P Must have been a thrilling sermon, hey?
Reply
:iconmugglehater:
MuggleHater Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2007
I couldn't tell you what it was about. I was paying too much attention to my dollar.
Reply
:iconorudorumagi11:
orudorumagi11 Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2007
That's really cool! you should have that diagrammed.
Reply
:iconmugglehater:
MuggleHater Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2007
thank you. It is diagrammed, but to be made out of a normal piece of printer paper. I just folded it in half and worked with 2 layers instead of one.
Reply
:iconadnileb:
adnileb Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
oooh...that's pretty awesome in a nerdy biological sense ^.^

My ode to nerdiness: [link]
Reply
:iconmugglehater:
MuggleHater Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2007
thank you.

Indeed. nothing wrong with nerdiness.
Reply
:iconanderon:
Anderon Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2007  Hobbyist Writer
XD Just thought you should know, my brother was talking to me while I was browsing, and when I clicked on this, he interrupted himself to tell me that it's really cool.

I agree, but it amused the heck out of me that he stopped mid-sentence to tell me so.

Yay dollars and free time!
Reply
:iconmugglehater:
MuggleHater Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2007
I am glad you both like it.

Yes, money is allways fun to make stuff out of. I have discovered that i can sell $1.00 to someone for $2.00 if i fold it first.
Reply
:iconanderon:
Anderon Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2007  Hobbyist Writer
Hee, yeah. People pay for the work you put into it.

I like to fold dollars into hearts and give them as tips, randomly. I usually don't tip a heart-dollar in the same place twice, though, unless it gets a *really* good reception. It's the only thing I can fold out of a dollar, though, so far.
Reply
:iconmugglehater:
MuggleHater Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2007
I make lizards for tips.
Reply
:iconhaydenswolf:
Haydenswolf Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2007   Photographer
thats way cool ! i am now googling to find out how you did that >.<
Reply
:iconmugglehater:
MuggleHater Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2007
Thank you. If you are trying to find a diagram to make that, you should know that it is not a money fold.
Reply
:iconpagit:
pagit Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
pretty cool ^^
Reply
:iconmugglehater:
MuggleHater Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2007
thanks
Reply
:iconpagit:
pagit Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
you're welcome C:
Reply
Add a Comment:
 
×
Download PNG 3504 × 2336




Details

Submitted on
December 1, 2007
Image Size
7.6 MB
Resolution
3504×2336
Link
Thumb
Embed

Stats

Views
2,863
Favourites
33 (who?)
Comments
28
Downloads
59
×