In this tutorial, I will explain how to create the Origami Swan, which was originally designed by Robert J. Lang. This is a beginner tutorial, in which I go step by step on how to convert your printer paper (if you are using one) into a square, and then finally into the Origami Swan. ALSO** The swan will FLOAT if you put it in water!!
Easy origami instructions on how to make an origami windmill in this free how-to video clip lesson. Expert: Michael Webb Bio: Michael Webb has been an active origami enthusiast for over 10 years. Since the age of 10, he has amassed a vast library of books on all sorts of origami designs. Filmmaker: Jimmy McCoy
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Very Easy Origami Puppy
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This is a VERY EASY origami puppy to fold. I have two versions, one colored, and one in black and white to color yourself.
I have set the copy right so that anyone can go to the “ALL SIZES” button above and down load the pattern. It is set to print on standard 8.5×11 paper.
This is a fun, “VERY FIRST ORIGAMI” pattern for kids to fold.
To see more origami paper and paper toys that I have drawn, please go to my paper toy set:
Difficulty: ? ? ? ? ? (Simple) This video demonstrates how to fold an origami heart. This is a very simple model and it is perfect for all beginners! Enjoy the video, and let me know what you think!
Question by kittenmitten656: A good origami site that teaches you how to fold? Im looking for a good origami site that teaches you how to fold origami. I know you can look off of youtube but I see the same everyday. So I want to find a site that TEACHES you origami. Best answer: Answer […]
Question by WithTheLightsOut: how do I fold the origami bird? The one you see everywhere.. I tried following instructions that came with some paper but they are too hard EASY ONES NEEDED PLEASE I really want to do this please help 10 points!! Best answer: Answer by mywaypink You tube Origami Crane ;))) Give your […]
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A closer view of the great rhombicuboctahedron in the office. It took months to fold, but that was only because I was waiting to gather enough sheets from my 2008 Easy Origami Fold-a-Day Calendar. (The really good pages in the calendar I keep, but the rest get converted to modules!)
Structurally, this object is composed of 8 triangular cupolae, each coming from the colors of a different month’s paper. 12 blue square prisms (i.e., cubes) separate the cupolae. The total number of units needed was 21 * 8 + 12 * 4 = 216. Since this arrangement of cupolae does not use the “tetrahedral symmetry trick”, none of the paper is distorted.
The 3 exposed triangles on the sides of each cupola were problematic. I had to point them outward instead of the usual inward orientation, which seems weird to me.