As promised, here are the other models by Nick Robinson that can be found in the nuinui japanese patterns box.
The bird is an action model – hold at the base and the woodpecker starts hitting the branch. The box/plate has very simple elegant lines.
They’re both folded from 15 cm double-sided kraft paper.
The buddha is folded from 20 cm Heyda plain paper, my variation that looks like pinoccio (it has a very long nose) or an imp (lutin in French) is also folded with double-sided kraft paper. It’s a first try, but I think this model has plenty of room for variations!
The diagrams for this boxes can be found in “30 boîtes en origami – à moduler à l’infini !” (éditions de saxe), which is a translation from Beautiful Origami Boxes #1 (in japanese). They’re called “boîte fantasie”, page 26. They’re folded from one sheet for the bottom and one for the lid.
The big box on the left is the D variation, the front left is A, the three others are C (I don’t like B much).
The front-right box is from japanese chiyogami with Tant for the bottom, the front-left is Jong Ie Nara Traditional Korean pattern collection (all 15 cm).
The two big boxes are from Artemio 30 cm “Continents” collection.
This one is from Vivi Gade “Paris” collection 15cm. I played with the double-sided paper.
This book is one of my favorites. I’ll show more models from it soon, I have pictures now! (thanks to Pierre-Manuel).
This delicate modular box is one of my favorites. It is the first model from Tomoko Fusè that I folded, it made me fall in love with her designs, and this love just keeps growing every time I get a new book by her (she’s the origami artist I own the most books by, at least half a dozen). Unfortunately, I do not own the book it is in, I don’t even know which one it is – if someone knows, I’d be glad to add the information, and probably buy the book too :) I only have this diagram from a file on my computer, a scan from a book in English, but not clear enough to read the title.
You can see the Dahlia I published previously together with the box, they’re made in the same paper and well assorted :)
I have no pictures here, but I usually fold a variation I made with the pretty star pattern on the external side of the lid.
It is folded from 10 sheets of 7.5 cm Tant paper (5 for the lid and 5 for the bottom).