554: (4/365) Shuki Kato’s Simple Dragon

Posted by wonko on January 4, 2017 in 365-2017, dinosaur, fantasy, paper, reptile |

There are many subjects for origami models that are sort of a “holy grail” of folding, dragons are one such thing: This is Shuki Kato’s “Simple” Dragon – the term simple is a relative term, naturally, as most of Shuki’s models are not for beginners and this little charmer is no exception. I decided to […]

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502: Super Dragon Deluxe

Posted by wonko on August 22, 2015 in dinosaur, fantasy |

Jeremy Shafer is a prolific and super talented Origami Designer: When I saw his video of the Super Dragon Deluxe I knew I wanted to have a go – such a fun “cartoony” dragon with a lot of detail packed into such an accessible fold.

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439: Nick Robinson’s Penrose Triangle

Posted by wonko on April 25, 2013 in geometry |

The “Penrose Triangle”, also known as a Penrose Tribar is an impossible object: If you look at any vertice it makes sense but the shape, as a whole, cannot exist … well, until now that is. When I first saw folds of this I was intrigued, knowing a folder on Facebook, he suggested I approach […]

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316: Wasp!

Posted by wonko on November 12, 2011 in creepy crawly |

Now I started this model assuming I would keep folding until the paper failed – I could tell from the instructions that copy paper would not be ideal, but for shits and giggles I kept bending: To my amazement, with some gentle coaxing and no little pressure on tough folds (15+ layers for body/wing bend) […]

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