my project was an origami marionette, i didn’t name it because i didn’t think the character needed one. Giving something a name means giving it a label then people can make an inference on what it could be. The marionette had to have mobility, structure and form. The marionette had a lower body movement, which was predominately all the movement. The squares that i made inside the zigzag of multi-colored papers give it the dimension that it needed. The added dimension made it seem a little more abstract. The feelings people could get from this are all their own. I personally don’t feel anything for my piece, also personally i didn’t enjoy making this. The linear sequence moves from the multi-colored tail to the singular colored upper section. The tight disconnection between the squares from each other created a very evenly gapped out square to square ratio giving it more unity. The color harmony that i used was to try and keep continuity between the sides. Like all the sides and segments are the same pattern or color to goes with that pattern in the segment. The negative space into between the segments gives a flow to the piece and the negative space gives it shapes without their being actual shapes there.