This video opens secrets of making The “Jump” model. For me it's a big question, why did Hans-Werner Guth name this ball like “Jump”, but it's amazing. For making this craft you'll need 12 square sheets of paper with a side of 8,2 cm. The paper has to be dense, 300 gcm.
The instruction, how to make a polygon with a complicated name “Fullern” from PhiZZ modules, which Thomas Hull had made. This model seems to be very complicated, but, to be honest, it is very easy – even more, than the Origami Swan: