Origami Cat head by Takekawa Seiryo Designer: Takekawa Seiryo Folder and Photo: @OrigamiKids Folded from a one uncut square of classic Black origami paper, about 20cm x 20 cm Diagrams in ORU Magazine 16, Published: 1997 by Sojusha, Pages: 152, … Continue reading →
The “Sky King” by Takuo Toda. On 11 April 2009, Takuo Toda, who is the chairman of the Japan Origami Airplanes Association, accomplished the splendid feat of breaking the Guinness World Record at the Fukuyama Big Rose in Hiroshima, Japan. … Continue reading →
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To study several years, and to finally become a biologists or a medical doctor it takes years, not easy at all. Some people study several years and decide to pursue their career as researchers or physicians. I believe just the brave ones go unto the world of becoming an embryologist. I had he … Continue reading »Continue reading
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Origami Cat Nap by Philip Schulz Designer: Philip Schulz Folder and Photo: @Origami_Kids Complexity: Intermedium. Time to fold 60 min. 20 steps. Folded from a one classic Single Uncut square origami black paper, about 20 cm x 20 cm. Folding … Continue reading →
The Guinness world record for the Highest altitude paper plane launch was set On 28 October 2010, at a location about 120 miles west of Madrid, Spain, a team of British space enthusiasts launched a paper aeroplane into space from … Continue reading →
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How to fold the Dollar Bill Origami ‘Change of Heart’ Folder and Photo: @Origami_Kids (https://twitter.com/origami_kids) This Dollar Bill Origami heart in particular is sometimes called “change of heart,” because it can hold a quarter in the middle. Is often attributed … Continue reading →
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Origami Cat by Eiji Tsuchito Designer: Eiji Tsuchito Folder and Photo: @Origami_Kids Intermediate Time to fold 60 min. Head: 20 steps. Body 25 steps. Folded from 2 squares of origami black and white paper, about 25 cm x 25 cm … Continue reading →
Origami Cat by Roman Diaz Designer: Roman Diaz Folder and Photo: Origa MiKids Difficulty Level: Medium. 34 steps Folded from a one classic Black and White rectangular origami paper This lovely Origami Cat best folded with dual coloured ,rectangular paper … Continue reading →
Few Paper Airplanes Tips From Ken Blackburn 1. Aircraft stability (all airplanes) is improved when weight is added to the front of the plane. 2. Generally the farthest flying paper airplanes are the standard pointed ‘dart’ types. For extra distance … Continue reading →
I am amazed of how ironic life can be. Anything happens without a cause or reason, there is no luck. Every person that crosses your life has a meaning. Either you play a role for them or they will play a role for you. No matter of small or fleeting your interactions, there are … Continue reading »Continue reading
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My name is Lucy Coleman. I am a Medical Doctor and specialist in Human Reproduction, Fertility and Embryology.