In this tutorial you'll learn how to fold a nice star from paper without the need for glue or scissors
This how-to shows you how to fold a turtle with a sheet of paper. Beginners will find this a little challenging, but should be abeled to do it as well
Im curretnly working on an origami creeper, what do think of those two drafts?
Today I learned how to fold a Fröbelstern and added some to my Advent wreath.
For an art-project I'm currently working on I want to design a Gun. As I was trying to figure out how to so this, I stumbeled upon this model. A simplye tube with an L shape. I folded it from one A4 sheet. This is my first attempt, so please forgive me the imperfections of this fold. What I like about this model is the fact that it isn't flat and the way I made it hold itself together. Also it should be easy to make S and U shaped tubes with the same aproach.
This is a Gift I wrapped recently. Enjoy the Gallery!
This tutorial teaches you how to fold an origami mouse with an ordinary sheet of paper. This model is suitable for beginners and children. Origami is great for small kids as the only material needed is paper, no scissors or glue that could do harm!
Last week I found the time to work on my own origami designs again. The basic turtle from a few weeks ago developed: From the basic turtle on the left (in darker green) I derived not one but two different turtles (the yellow and the one in bright green). As you might see on the pictures in the gallery the new turtles are both prototype and folded a little unclean.
If one asks where origami originated from most people will answer "Japan". But is this really the right answer?
Yesterday a friend challenged me to make an paper ant. This is what I came up with: the back of the ant.
Looks beautiful! I'd love to have this on top of my tree. Via NOTCOT.
In this series I'd like to share with you what I fold. To be precise: models that are new to me and I'm freshly folding.
In this article you will learn how to understand written origami instructions, called diagrams. You can follow the video below or read the entire article
a little turtle I made up last summer
Here's some neat footage of the Origami Museum in Tokyo. I wish the video quality were a little better, but I still love checking out these origami villages and stuff. :D
Anyone have a how-to on this?
That's a real big origami model; only in Japan!
Sadako Sasaki was a Girl from Japan who apperently survived the dropping of the A-Bomb over Hiroshima unharmed. But when she turned twelve it became obvious that she had leukemia as an aftermath of the A-bomb. As she was in hospital friends visited her and one of them folded an Origami Crane for her telling her the story of the 1000 cranes that grand you a wish. Hoping for cure she began to fold. At this point stories begin to vary some say she made it and continued as nothing happen after 10...
This is one of my first own designs and still one of my favourites
Sher Christopher does some amazing things with paper. It's not exactly origami, but it's very inspirational. She makes beautiful, complex figurines out of paper. Definitely check it out!
This is an PDF File containing a digramm for my Origami Raven
Do you like Starwars? You'll gonna love this: an Origami Tie Fighter Grab some black paper with a white backside
Artist Frank Boelter created a life size paper boat: 9-meter-long, 25-kilogram using 170-square-metre piece of 'Tetrapack' paper normally used in milk packages.
This Ship is an origami classic, easy to do and it floats well. You can do the ship just by this Video or also use the steps below.