Fearless folding Now that you understand the basic principles of flight, it is time to create a paper airplane, if you are just begin-ding your career as a paper airplane pilot, start with the dart or square models. They both … Continue reading
domingo, 25 de junio de 2017
sábado, 24 de junio de 2017
Santa Claus by Dimitris Dalas (Didas) Designer: Dimitris Dalas (Didas) Folder and Photographer: @Origami_Kids Difficulty level: Easy. Time to fold 8 min. 11 Steps. Folded from a one classic Red and White Single Uncut square origami paper, about 20cm x … Continue reading →
viernes, 23 de junio de 2017
Traditinal Origami Catamaran Folder and Photo: @Origami_Kids The Traditional Origami Catamaran is a fun decorative origami design and really floats! Here is my StopMotion instructions that help you to fold your own origami catamaran. Perfect for beginners. Complexity: Easy. Time … Continue reading →
miércoles, 21 de junio de 2017
May 28 is the National Hamburger Day and in honor of the carnivore’s delight and one of my favorite things to consume, here are a very easy to do Papercraft Cheeseburger, just print, cut and paste! Guaranteed 100% cholesterol free! … Continue reading →
Is it a bird or a helicopter? Did you ever wonder what would happen to a helicopter if the engine stopped while it was flying? No, it wouldn’t fall out of the sky. The air flowing through the blades would … Continue reading →
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lunes, 19 de junio de 2017
The toy-maker Hasbro has released an origami press ad that allows readers to create a character from the children’s programme Transformers. DDB Paris, which created the ad, hired the origamist Bertrand le Pautremat to design a pattern to make a … Continue reading →
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domingo, 18 de junio de 2017
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 →