Devil’s Mask by Roman Diaz
“Devil’s Mask” was a design shown in the Origami Tanteidan 14th Convention. It was designed by Roman Diaz, most well known for his creation of Roc and crane. Though his origami does not focus strictly on meticulous detail, their dynamic energy and well defined anatomy have made many of them satisfying to work with. The devil’s mask is interesting for its low focus on exact form, instead it delivers almost an abstract face as a result. The complete construction, once familiar, should take no more than 30 minutes. The greatest difficulty occurs at the formation of the forehead and nose. Interesting to note is the construction of its eyes, which is actually a sink fold. Because of the relatively large fold, there is no need to take into account the thickness of the paper.
Drop by our October Workshop to see how to fold one yourself!