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NaniBird Home. Bastelbogen - Home. Paper Critters: Online Paper Toy Creator. Rememberthelittleguy & Toypaper - Doodles, Interactive Design and Paper Toys! Category:Paper toys. Paper model / Papercraft. Paper models, also called card models, "pepakura" or papercraft, are models constructed mainly from sheets of heavy paper, paperboard, card stock, or foam.

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Details[edit] This may be considered a broad category that contains origami and card modeling. Origami is the process of making a paper model by folding a single paper without using glue or cutting while the variation kirigami does. Card modeling is making scale models from sheets of cardstock on which the parts were printed, usually in full color. These pieces would be cut out, folded, scored and glued together. Sometimes the model pieces can be punched out. History[edit] Example of a cat papercraft Printed card models became common in magazines in the early part of the 20th century. Micromodels, designed and published in England from 1941 were very popular with 100 different models, including architecture, ships, and aircraft. Availability[edit] 3-D models to paper models[edit] Subjects[edit] See also[edit] External links[edit] Kartonmodellbau. Allgemeines[Bearbeiten] In der Regel werden Standmodelle gefertigt.


Durch entsprechende Konstruktionen sind jedoch auch Funktionsmodelle möglich. Die Modelle werden aus zumeist großformatigen Kartonbögen mit einem Gewicht von etwa 170 Gramm je Quadratmeter gefertigt. Die einzelnen Bauteile sind vom Modell-Konstrukteur in zweidimensional flache Bauteile zerlegt worden und müssen durch Falzen und Verkleben zu einem dreidimensionalen Modell zusammengefügt werden. Category:Paper vehicles.


Category:Paper art. Category:Paper folding. Category:Origami. Portal:Origami. The Origami Portal Origami (折り紙, origami?)


(literally meaning "folding paper") is the art of paper folding. The goal of this art is to create a given result using geometric folds and crease patterns. Origami refers to all types of paper folding, even those of non-Japanese origin. Modular origami, otherwise known as unit folding, is a form of origami involving the use of several pieces of paper to create one model. The first historical evidence for a modular origami design comes from a Japanese book by Hayato Ohoka published in 1734 called Ranma Zushiki. Sadako Sasaki (Japanese:佐々木 禎子 Sasaki Sadako, January 7, 1943 – October 25, 1955) was a Japanese girl who lived in Hiroshima, Japan. Two variations of kusudama.


Origami. The folding of an Origami crane Origami (折り紙?


, from ori meaning "folding", and kami meaning "paper" (kami changes to gami due to rendaku) is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding, which started in the 17th century AD at the latest and was popularized outside of Japan in the mid-1900s. It has since then evolved into a modern art form. The goal of this art is to transform a flat sheet of paper into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting techniques, and as such the use of cuts or glue are not considered to be origami.

Paper cutting and gluing is usually considered kirigami. The principles of origami are also being used in stents, packaging and other engineering structures.[1] History There is much speculation about the origin of Origami.