Origami Cat by Jeong Ki Dam Designer: Jeong Ki Dam Folder and Photo: @OrigamiKids Folded from two uncut square of classic Black origami paper and white paper, about 30cm x 30 cm How to fold at the end of the … Continue reading
domingo, 22 de enero de 2017
sábado, 21 de enero de 2017
Origami Ghost by Marcela Brina Happy Halloween everybody! Another origami ghost that is very easy to fold. You can make seversal ghosts of different sizes and hang them around the house as Halloween decorations. Designer: Marcela Brina Folder and Photo: … Continue reading →
viernes, 20 de enero de 2017
This paper airplane glossary has some interesting terms you might come across as you develop and explore your interest in paper airplanes. Keep in mind that these terms are used not only for folding paper airplanes or other paper craft … Continue reading →
jueves, 19 de enero de 2017
The toy-maker Hasbro has released an origami press ad that allows readers to create a character from the children’s programme Transformers. DDB Paris, which created the ad, hired the origamist Bertrand le Pautremat to design a pattern to make a … Continue reading →
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miércoles, 18 de enero de 2017
Is It a Crane? Is It Paper? Is It a Phone? NO! It’s the Origami Phone! A phone made of paper that you can fold and actually use. That’s the concept Chengyuan Wei designed when he spent some time thinking … Continue reading →
martes, 17 de enero de 2017
Why Paper Airplanes Fly? by Ken Blackburn Despite my degree in aerospace engineering and many years work in the field, explaining why a paper airplane stays in the air is not easy. I’ll begin by saying that paper airplane fly … Continue reading →
lunes, 16 de enero de 2017
How to Make the Origami Siamese Cat by Martha Mitchen Origami Siamese Cat by Martha Mitchen Designer: Martha Mitchen Folder and Photo: Origami-Kids Diagrams in Origami USA 1991 convention book and in The Best of Annual Collections 1981-1995 Folded from … Continue reading →
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