sábado, 15 de junio de 2019

The Icebook. Origami Animation Video

“The IceBook” is the story of a princess who lures a boy into the forest in order to warm her heart of ice. Paper, light and shadows are combined to form a theater production called ‘The Icebook,’ which takes audiences … Continue reading

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viernes, 14 de junio de 2019

Paper Cup – A race across the Paper Islands Cosmos

b-paper-cupPaper Cup. This is a race across the Paper Islands cosmos where contestants shall vie for the coveted Paper Islands Paper Cup. There can only be one winner, have you got what it takes?. To start, just pick your favorite … Continue reading

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jueves, 13 de junio de 2019

Making A Paper Airplane

air_flowFearless folding Now that you understand the basic principles of flight, it is time to create a paper airplane, if you are just begin-ding your career as a paper airplane pilot, start with the dart or square models. They both … Continue reading

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martes, 11 de junio de 2019

Origami Millennium Falcon (Star Wars) by Shu Sugamata

This Video Tutorial will shou you how to fold the Origami Millennium Falcon designed by Shu Sugamata Video by: Tadashi Mori Difficult: Intermediate. Paper: Tissue Foil or Foil Paper. Size: at least 25 x 25cm Shu Sugamata, also known as … Continue reading

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miércoles, 5 de junio de 2019

How to make a high performance Origami Glider: The OmniWing

onmiwinThe OmniWing is high performance Origami Glider designeb by Mike Kelsey. Fast, long range and simple, the Omniwing is a stealthier, its balanced design allows it to fly quickly whilst also retaining the ability to fly fairly slow if desired … Continue reading

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