How to Make the Origami Kitty Cat by Martha Mitchen Designer: Martha Mitchen Folder and Photo: Origami-Kids Diagrams in Friend of the Origami Center of America. Convention book 1991 Folded from a square of origami paper black and white How … Continue reading →
Origami Neko (Cat) by Jo Nakashima Designer: Jo Nakashima Folder and Photographer: @Origami_Kids Difficulty level: Medium. Time to fold 20 min. Folded from a one classic Black and White Single Uncut square origami paper, about 25cm x 25cm. Folding Instructions … Continue reading →
The menstrual cycle is by far one of the most elegant physiologic phenomena occurring in the woman. Normal menstruation is defined as the periodic efflux of the sloughed endometrium and blood out of the uterine cavity into the vagina and ultimately outside of a woman’s body. There are many different cultural beliefs, myths, … Continue reading »Continue reading
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Paper VF-1 Valkyrie Some Japanese guy was inspired by the Transformers movie and decided to make one out of paper. The model is old (2007/2008) but I found it recently and I don’t know if it has been published in … Continue reading →
Origami Blue Bar Designer: Seth Friedman Folder and Photo: @Origami_Kids Complexity: Hard. Folded from a classic Single Uncut square origami 50cm x 50cm white and blue origami paper. I have wanted to fold this model since I saw it. Here’s … Continue reading →
Origami Diamond by Satoshi Kamiya Designer: Satoshi Kamiya. Folder and Photo: @OrigamiKids Complexity: Intermediate. Time to fold 30 min. Folded from one classic uncut square origami blue paper about 30 cm x 30 cm. The dimensions may vary depending on … Continue reading →
Halloween Ogres by Keji Kitamurai Happy Halloween everybody! Another Origami Model. These Ogres will make great Halloween decorations! It will look spooky on your walls and windows Designer: Keji Kitamurai Folder and Photo: @Origami_Kids Complexity: Easy. Time to fold 15 … Continue reading →
Like Origami, Robots Fold Metal Sheets into Bespoke Bentley Concept. Kyungeun Ko, a vehicle design student at the Royal College of Art in London designed this custom Bentley for her final year project using Robofold technology and aluminum sheets for … Continue reading →
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Purpose: The purpose of this activity is for students to gather some baseline information, make one variable and test the results, make another variable and test the results, choose a paper plane design that they believe will fly the farthest and … Continue reading →
Designer: Robin Glynn Video Tutorial by Sara Adams Folder and Photo: @OrigamiKids Complexity: Intermediate. Time to fold 40 min. 15 steps by module. To build this box you’ll need 12 sheets of paper (6 for the lid and 6 for … Continue reading →
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