Meenakshi replied on January 5 to my question about a symmterical five-color scheme for my stellated icosahedron. She shared a chart she had made a while back to do exactly that in regards to different polyhedron.
Thank you so much for sharing your chart! That's what I was looking for. How did you manage to distribute the colors symmetrically in something with so many edges like an icosahedron? Meenakshi, I wanted to offer you an idea. There are too many single and duo-colored kusudamas in the world. I think it's because most of us couldn't find how to symmetrically arrange different color units together. If more people knew about your chart there would probably be more multicolor kusudamas in the world. So how about making a campaign, for example on social media? There could be a hashtag for it. People could fold a multicolor kusudama using your chart and post pictures on their social media along with the hashtag and a link to your chart. That way more will know. What do you think Meenakshi? I'd really like to see a lot more multicolor kusudamas : ) Cheers. -- *Gerardo* gerardo(a)neorigami.com