The Igel Kusudama is a modular origami designed by the amazingly creative Lukasheva Ekaterina. The model is assembled from 30 units. The units are east to fold and easy to assemble.
The model works best with duo-coloured paper, which I haven’t used! For a single-sided paper, darker colours would work great, which I discovered to my dismay, when I assembled the model! The shades of green that I have used, made the model a bit too dull. But nonetheless, it is a great model to fold.
The curls give a flowery appearance, which I liked very much. For a more angular version of the model, just stop before curling the little petals.
Model: Igel Kusudama
Creator: Lukasheva Ekaterina
Classification: Origami | Modular
Difficulty Level: Low Intermediate
Paper Ratio: Square
Paper Size: 3 inches
Model Size: ~4.5 inches tall