Origami Owl. YouTube Origami Animal Video Tutorials. In this section you will find our selection of the best Video Tutorials related to Origami Owl published on YouTube. All about how to fold a model, step by step, instructions, folding piece … Continue reading →
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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 →
Paper Airplane Jet F-14 TomCat by Thay Yang Designer: Thay Yang Folder and Photographer: Origami Kids Difficulty level: Hard. Time to fold 2 hours. 60 steps. One uncut rectangular piece of white paper 67cmx88cm Diagram in Exotic Paper Airplanes by … Continue reading →
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How was made The Largest Origami Crane of the World The largest origami paper crane has a wingspan of 81.94 m (268 ft 9 in) and was created by 800 people of the Peace Piece Project (all Japan) at the … Continue reading →
Learn how to Fold the origami TIE Fighter. Designer Philip Schulz Video Tutorial by tavin. Difficulty level: Intermedium This is an asesome model, not hard From one uncut square of classic Black and White origami paper, about 20cm x 20 … Continue reading →
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Halloween Decorations: Origami Ghost by Paul Jackson These ghosts will make great Halloween decorations! It will look spooky on your walls and windows (especially if you use fluorescent origami paper!). They is very easy and fun to fold. Designer: Paul … Continue reading →
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The video shows the same flight from three different angles for the Record Guinness for The Longest Distance Flown by a Paper Aircraft Launched Indoors from the Ground. The video is a recording of the previous world record. The plane … Continue reading →
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Are you a paper airplane enthusiast? Do you love turning a single sheet of paper into a mean, lean flying machine? Then, I bet you’ve run into a few problems making your paper airplane fly exactly like you want to. … Continue reading →
Origami Raven by Tavin A Raven!? Yes, you’re right! a raven isn’t the most auspicious thing to origami, but this origami raven would be a wonderful and spooky craft to make for Halloween and Remember “Halloween is coming!”. You can … Continue reading →
Once you’ve made all of your folds and the plane looks symmetrical, it’s time to trim it, or adjust it, for flight. Give it a gentle toss forward. Your goal is to have it glide smoothly and gently to the … Continue reading →
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