Three and four chunks out of five assembled and attached. These took me about an hour to put together each, and then another fifteen to twenty minutes to stick together. Total expenditure of time so far: Sixteen hours. I made one of these a few months ago with 4 in. by 4 in. paper, and it took me about half that amount of time. Size counts.
3630 Phizz Ball
Units by Thomas Hull
This thing took me a year to make, doesn’t hold its shape, and it took me a week to put it together because it kept falling apart, but I love it. Shoutout to @gandalfthepilgrim for pushing me to keep trying to assemble it because I almost gave up without his encouragement
I finished my PHiZZ 120 units! IT’S A BUCKYBALL! You can see how each pentagon is surrounded by hexagons. This is three times as many units as I’ve ever folded for a modular origami project.
(120 units, 7.5x7.5cm paper, PHiZZ unit by Tom Hull)
So… This is how I spent my week at home. I’m actually missing a couple of pieces here that I finished after I took this photo, but… Nothing I’m all too proud of is missing. Oh well. At least I was semi-productive.