Category Archives: Origami

Another fold of the treefrog

This is probably the last in the series of posts based around the frog and its base. See earlier posts: here, here, and here.

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Frog base extended

Following on from the previous two posts, if you unfold your frog base so that it’s back to a flat square, you will see that the crease pattern looks something like this:

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…and from a frog-base to a frog

Take your frog base (see previous post)

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There’s more than one way to fold a frog-base

In this discussion, I’m going to assume a familiarity with the water bomb base.

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Loads of bugs!

A group of my models from designs by Lang (Origami Insects and Their Kin)

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Samurai Helmet Beetle

Another model from Origami Insects and Their Kin. A third one below the fold…

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Another Unicorn

Another Unicorn of my own design.

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Yoda and Goldfish—new photos

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Unicorn

(I’ve posed the unicorn on an unfolded sheet of kami with which I had been doing some trial-and-error folding.)

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Black Devil Angler Fish

…or deluge part 2.

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