When I made the Sunburst dodecahedron I thought that the technique could be easily adapted to make other polyhedra. The flexible nature of the edges make it easy to adapt to shapes with different angles between the faces. I recently tested this idea by making a truncated tetrahedron, the piece below is the result:
A truncated tetrahedron has four hexagonal faces and four triangular faces, so the resulting shape looks quite complicated, and looks very different from different angles!
It’s a bit smaller than the original dodecahedron, but not by much. Here they are side-by-side for comparison:
I really enjoyed making this piece and I was pleased by how easily the components could be used to make both triangular and hexagonal faces. I have a lot more ideas for other shapes now too!
Instructions for both these pieces are in the Sunburst tutorial in my Etsy shop! (And a huge thank you to Sue Harle for permission to use her original diagonal tubular peyote technique in the tutorial!)