How to Make the Origami Siamese Cat by Makoto Yamaguchi
Origami Siamese Cat by Makoto Yamaguchi Designer: Makoto Yamaguchi Folder and Photo: Origami-Kids Diagram: Cute Animal Origami book by Makoto Yamaguchi How to make: Diagram here. Pages: 52-53 Units: 2 squares and 1 rectangle Strictly speaking this Sianese Cat is not origami, because it uses 3 sheets of paper and you have to assemble, but it looks very nice
How to fold Here! Option 1. Recommended by @origami_kids BUY THE BOOK. Cute Animal Origami book by Makoto Yamaguchi Option 2. Diagram. Google has a lot of information. Through a Google search I found this web site: Diagram Here!. Pages: 52-53 If you decide to use it, you will leave origami-kids.com to another site, and what you do next is on your own responsibility.
Origami Cat Head by Takekawa Seiryo
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, Language: Japanese How to fold at the end of the page:
Difficulty level: Easy. Time to fold 10 min. 10 steps. Folded from 1 squares of origami black paper, about 20 cm x 20 cm.
Diagram in “ORU Magazine #16 – Simple Origami” ORU Magazine 16, Published: 1997 by Sojusha, Pages: 152, Language: Japanese. ORU are a set of 16 large-format commercial magazines published between 1993-1997. They all contain many articles about design, designers and tehniques, alongside beautiful photos, with many diagrams in the back.
Origami Cat by Katsuta Kyohei Designer: Katsuta Kyohei Folder and Photo: Origa MiKids Difficulty Level: Very Hard. 122 steps, two working days! From one uncut square of classic Black and White origami paper, about 35 x 35 cm. Diagram: Origami Tanteidan Magazine Nº 124. Pages 22 to 33.
This time I give to know the model of a cat, a cute and adorable pet. It is a designed by Katsuta Kyohei cat. Difficulty is a model somewhat difficult but I do not think that will bring them greater complication and the steps are easy to complete. If you want to fold this adorable cat I leave the following diagram. How to fold at the end of the page
This is a modular 5-petal origami flower, in this model you need to fold a unit of the same design 5 times and then assemble the units (without glue) to form the flower. This is a model by Tomoko Fuse.
Modular origami or unit origami is a paperfolding technique which uses two or more sheets of paper to create a larger and more complex structure than would not be possible using single-piece origami techniques.
Designer: Tomoko Fuse Folder and Photo: @Origami_Kids Complexity: Easy . Origami Modular 5-Petal Flower. Each module 3 inch x 3 inch square paper, White and Blue.
Welcome to the tcgames daily origami series. In this tutorial, I will show you how to make an origami Modular 5 Petal Flower. Enjoy !
Origami: Modular 5 Petal Flower Designed By: Tomoko Fuse
Instructions found on www.origami-instructions.com
Tips: Take care of your folds at the beginning, and the rest should be fairly easy if you follow the tutorial exactly. Making careful folds, and making sure everything is properly aligned will allow you to get best results for the final product. This rule is something that should probably be kept in mind when making any origami model. Other than that, have fun!
Comments: [Tenzin Kalsang] Cool [TCGames] I’m not british. I was born in india, but I moved to canada over 10 years ago. English is my first language though.
You will be pleasantly surprised at the ease with which you are accomplish this delicate figure of a dove. The lacey edge on the doily creates the illusion of feathers and lends the entire model a light and airy quality. Folder and Photo: @Origami_Kids Complexity: Very Easy. Time to fold 15 min. 10 steps. Folded from a one white, Round Paper Doily about 25 cm diameter.
How to fold Here!
Autor: jana nguyen Category: Howto & Style Published: 2012-09-09
Here’s a turmoil on how to make a paper lace dove, kind of like origami,enjoy!
This model is the Traditional Sail Boat with the variant of the Chinese Sails by Jannie Schuylenburg Folder and Photo: @Origamikids Difficulty level: Easy Time to fold 10 min. 12 steps. Folded from a one classic Blue and White Single Uncut square paper, about 22cm x 22cm. Kids have been folding paper into boat shapes forever. But I bet you can still impress yours by helping them create this Origami Chinese Ship that really floats. Diagrams in Origami Ships by Jannie Schuylenburg pages 44-46 How to fold? At the end of the page. The video tutorial by Tadashi Mori show how to make the Traditional Sail Boat. Only need now the Chinese Sails
Autor: Tadashi Mori Category: Howto & Style Published: 2011-05-29
Tutorial teaching how to make this traditional sail boat. Video by: Tadashi Mori http:/ / www.facebook.com/ TadashiOrigami
Comments: [thebattle nerf] thank you its very cool [randomness55610] Please subscribe to my channel [foxafox] Thank youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu ! [YoShirO KuRosaKi] ola tadashi eu tentei fazer o ancient dragon do satoshi, seus videos con os steps mais complexos me ajudaram, mas eu não consegui fazer ele serto por q sempre erro no step 83 ao 87, mas eu faso do jeito q der , mesmo assin sai errado, tambem sai errado na 135 para cima , então ja fiz umas 4 vezes e não consegui , não te como vc possa me ajudar nesses steps , [102gab] 1st [Jonbirnil] Wow, you’ve been making a lot of tutorials lately! Very nice job. [Adzu Ace] Why you hating? [YoShirO KuRosaKi] poderia me dar uma dica, q tipo de papel eu deveria usar para ir treinando e decorando os origamis, tipo no ancient dragon eu usei o papel seda mas esse papel ele e muito fino e não vendem cuadrado eu q tenho q cortarlo é fica chato, valeu pela atenção tadashi até mais é boa sorte com o ryujinXD [raja mahua] i totally hate it make a good boat stupid [Kami Folder] Ta legal esse barco [Tadashi Mori] @eynar70 Haha, Posso até fazer a ryujin, mas nunca faria um vídeo ensinando… O vídeo teria umas 5 horas =D [SaberBoy1000] awesome!!!! [YoShirO KuRosaKi] o tadashi faz o ryujin 3.5 não faz barquinho! q iso? mas faz em português q não entendo n!!! [gotzerbie] What intro music do you use I’ve heard it before [Kevin Yamaya] @Queenmizzenzap107 i would prefer you any store but like a japan store ive heard one called Tokyo discounts they sell it there if they dont i prefer you any japanesse store. [newberry309] anyone english? [Queenmizzenzap107] @enzotje123 do you think a craft store might also have it o.o? [origami man] i am happy. your videos are Really hard and i succeded in making one of your models. i like your videos. problem for me is i want to fold all the dragons. i am not so good at origami. thx anyway [Gibson Athulathmudali] Fantastic
How to fold Here! Option 1. Recommended by @origamikids BUY THE BOOK! in Origami Ships by Jannie Schuylenburg pages 44-46
Option 2. Video Tutorial The video tutorial by Tadashi Mori show how to make the Traditional Sail Boat. Only need now the Chinese Sails
Option 3. Diagrams. Google has a lot of information. Through a Google search I found the diagrams in this web site: “Diagrams Here!” If you decide to use it, you will leave origami-kids.com to another site, and what you do next is on your own responsibility.
Origami Chinese Ship by Jannie Schuylenburg
Origami Blue Bar Pigeon by Seth Friedman
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 my last try, folded from 50cm white and blue origami parer. The final model is only 15cm long from head to tail. It also makes the paper very thick inside, hence the shoddy shaping.
The cp took just over an hour to precrease, and about half an hour to collapse the base. It took about another 45mins – hour to fiddle with the base and shape the model. The tail was the trickiest part, I did it by unsinking the pleated sections and wraping them around so they were the right way, although it made the back quite chunky.
Origami pigeon in different languages Bulgarian – оригами гълъб Chinese – 折纸鸽 Russian – оригами голубь Japanese – 折り紙鳩 Persian – کبوتر اریگامی Spanish – papiroflexia paloma de origami Czech – origami holub Danish – origami due Dutch – origami duif Filipino – origami kalapati Finnish – origami kyyhkynen French – pigeon origami German – Origami Taube Greek – origami περιστέρι Hungarian – origami galamb Italian – piccione origami Polish – origami gołąb
. Bat Winged Heart by Riki Saito
Bat Winged Heart by Riki Saito Happy Halloween everybody! Another Origami Halloween Model. This Bat Winged Heart is a great gift for Halloween, also it will make great Halloween decorations! Designer: Riki Saito Folder and Photo: @Origami_Kids Complexity: Intermediate. Time to fold 15 min. Folded from a classic Single Uncut square origami red paper, about 25 cm x 25 cm.
How to fold: Option 1: Bat-winged heart Photo Diagram by Riki Saito Option 1: Video Tutorial:
Origami tutorial and video instruction on how to fold a heart-shaped dish with heart wings. Great for Halloween.
• Video tutorial: Don’t Wait for Halloween to Fold this Bat-winged Heart • For more ideas visit blog posts at Origami Spirit:http:/ / www.origamispirit.com/ ?p=7611
Origami tutorial y video instructivo sobre cómo doblar un plato en forma de corazón con las alas del corazón. Ideal para Halloween.
• Video tutorial: No espere para Halloween doblar este Corazón con alas de murciélago • Para obtener más ideas visite Origami Spirit http:/ / www.origamispirit.com/ ?p=7629
Comments: [moonangel27] Beautiful! Thank you for sharing! [uddhav vegad] hii leyla torres can u please delever that bamboo toll to India [Анна Брагинская] Thank you for beautiful job!) [Marlene Westfall] Excellent! [anita93sick4music] increíble fantástico impresionante esta es verdadera arte eres increíble de verdad, aprenderé mucho de ti n.n [Leyla Torres] At the moment I only have video available for this #origami Heart with bat wings, not diagrams [jorge miguel cañas teus] me gusto el corazón con alas [ana solar] i give up.. [van chinh tang] xinh wa vi [RJ PD] What size paper do you suggest ? [Y-Y Marshall] Me encanta tus tutoriales muchas gracias!! [RueNoir1] even i was able to do this and i always shy away from complicated origami, thank you! [Leyla Torres] @ npinky12541 To get the bamboo tool used in this video, please visit OrigamiSpirit [dot] com [le cazzate di alta kumar il RITORNO] wooooooooooooooooooow [Kelsey Davisson] Where are you from? You accent is magical! [Froggy Mama] There is such a thing as a pause button, you know. [atzimba haray] Me gusta mucho este modelo como un lino detalle.Gracias por los vídeos. [Made Ardy] your voice is soothing i like it [XxAsianMonsterxX] Okay! Thanks ya!!! XD
Origami Heart with Wings (Winged Heart ) by Francis Ow
This Tutorial teaching how to make a Origami Heart with Wings (Winged Heart), (Designed by: Francis Ow) As you can see, the Paper Winged Heart is a beautiful piece of work. It’s really neat how the wings are folded like that and are able to protrude out to the sides the way they do. The Winged Heart is sure to amaze adults and kids and alike. It also makes a beautiful “post-it” note that is certain to brighten up someone’s day, but you’ll have to add your own adhesive. There are a couple of folds that require some maneuvering to accomplish, but they’re by no means intricate or difficult.
Comments: [PixelCat] I love how you always say ‘Very well’! It’s awesome I love your accent and this tutorial!!!! [gummybear1301] IM GONA SHOVE MY ORICRAPPY HEART UP YOUR ASS!!!! [Yaren Sd] Awesome [Rounak Krish] Owsom [parmila parsai] I got it… [Tavin's Origami Instructions] Valentine’s is near and some people requested it: http://youtu.be/6e3elNqTJAk Thanks to Mr. Ow for the permission too demonstrate his model [TheUxiegirl44] i messed the wings up, but it looks good XD but that was cuz i had hard paper and not legit origami paper [Kakez01] i was third [XRandomerzx] nice like jumping (hopin) frog [CaptainIero] very cute ‘ perfect for valentine’s day ^^ [Altaj Virani] What’s your full name ? [Sumaiya Nawshin] i like your hands…:3 [Lawrence de Galan] can you make an top 10 origami [Erika Garcia] it didnt work stupid paper winged heart =p [pointtop123] Uuuuii das ist ja süß. Hab mitgemacht und musste nur einmal auf Pause drücken, yay me =P [Luis Martinez] Awesomesauce [Andrea Gamblin] Very easy and great for Valentine’s Day! thank you Tavin! [Sarah Chang] @tavin15 I’d say the whole model was rather easy to fold, like really pretty darn easy, it’s just that it’s hard to show it on camera and make the viewers see how easy it is, but it’s not a hard fold to do. [Jorge Chen] I think you should subtitle your tutorials… Because people like me, who isn’t English or don’t know English too good it’s easier reading than hearing.
How to Make an Origami Heart Need a cheap and easy way to make a Valentine’s Day gift, or do you just want to fold an Origami heart for fun? Here’s a video tutorial with instructions for fold one model of origami Valentine Hearts If you like origami figures, choose a nice paper and a fold a origami heart to give away on Valentine’s Day, to anyone you want. At any time, an origami heart is a nice sign of affection, to go to your loved ones. So it’s a good idea to schedule how to make a origami heart and not fail to express to yours, how much you love them
Be the Valentine’s Day or any other time of year, a paper heart, always a show to please the one you want. Make an origami heart is not that difficult and can be a different way to fold a love letter. You can find many diagrams to make origami heart figures, from the simplest to the most sophisticated. You only need a square paper. Choose one attractive so that the result is more striking. As you will see in the following video is just basic ways that you’ve learned to do other origami figures.
Comments: [Davina Rousselin] Wonderful and so original… What is the size of the paper… I wanted something bigger… Is an A4 ok or does it have to have some specific proportions. THanks for this wonderful work [homemadegifts] It’s easiest to use a piece of paper that’s twice as long as it is wide, e.g. 4′x8′