A friend taught me how to make the following models. They're very popular on the web. I've known about them for years. I want to find out their respective name and creator because I wish to give them away and it's important for me to write that down on the folds.
Thank you in advance. This is like a pencil holder. The model needs glue https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/ZXtvbOtlYacIb-14WBvNogznzaLdAkxeckHHgKrbHpLzNRT51Yd7UwYPh1OFttHe0EIlL0E6RBSuL3yHxVjHTwCW0n2q4qfa-gZJPTF42Gy-KYtzaSQhH_T371Buv_XBvDQCWtYKdw=w2400 And this is like a spinning top. It uses three sheets https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/HX13ob2iEnhKk8QP1f3rGaGyOpkdTZ0v9sO6dKBYftuYt_QRR3bCz9klpvdIihjf8XrPF_l9Za40jqeXmJneTsmlBS-kZB10Y3Bk21QomVY7LPJyJpwgIdLCtIrDRUaGzEAO07J6XA=w2400 According to the following webpage it is " a variation by Reiko Aso of the Blooming Flower by Taichiro Hasegawa" (citing Kathy Knapp). Can you please confirm me if this is true or not? If so, can you please tell me if this variation has a name?