Unicorn. My own design. Folded from 15cm kami, approx 7cm tall.
(I’ve posed the unicorn on an unfolded sheet of kami with which I had been doing some trial-and-error folding.)
Yeah, well, my promise in the previous post of “a deluge” somewhat failed to come to pass… Anyway, here’s Yoda (designed by Fumiaki Kawahata — instructions widely available online.)
Jedi Master Yoda designed by Fumiaki Kawahata, folded from 34.5cm paper. Final model ~13cm tall.
Dragonfly, designed by Robert J Lang, folded from 34.5cm paper (from roze). Final model ~12cm long.
Yet another model designed by Robert J Lang in Origami Insects and Their Kin.
Lionfish folded from 30cm square of layout paper, final model ~8cm long
This model (designed by Robert J Lang) is another one from Origami Sea Life by John Montroll and Robert J Lang.
This morning I saw a post on MarkCC’s Good Math, Bad Math entitled Seed, Conflicts of Interest, and Sleaze. “Ooh,” thinks I, “this looks like just another storm in the blogosphere teacup!”
But then I actually read the post.
Designed by Mark Bolitho (see comments) folded from 15cm kami. Final model ~9cm long.
This model is in an origami set from Muji called Dinosaur Origami. Continue reading
Folded from 21cm Tuttle Publishing patterned paper (from Amazon), final model ~8cm long
Another model designed by Robert J Lang in Origami Insects and Their Kin.
Folded from 21cm Tuttle Publishing patterned paper (from Amazon), final model ~11cm long
This model was designed by Robert J Lang and can be found in his book Origami Insects and Their Kin. I’m a big fan of Lang’s origami designs.