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Folding Help: How to Divide a square or rectangle into 3rds, 5ths or 7ths is here. How to cut a Pentagon from a square is here. Paper Money - download a 4x10 inch oversized bill (front and back) for demonstrating money folding to a group. Yami Yamauchi's Models: Diagrams for Yami Yamauchi's models are here in Yami's Corner. Models: Bookcase by Mari Michaelis PDF - diagrammed by Mari Michaelis. Angel by Tadashi Mori This adorable Angel inspired me to make dozens of them during the holidays. PDF - diagrammed by Mari Michaelis. Tissue Boxes: Tissue Box by Francis Ow This model creates a tall tissue box (family size) Model pictured on right PDF - diagrammed by Mari Michaelis Tissue Box V2 by Paul Ee Based on Francis Ow's model, this version creates a lower style box. Heart Dish: Heart Dish by Ildikó H. PDF - diagrammed by Mari Michaelis Website - More models by Ildikó H. Jedi Master Yoda by Fumiaki Kawahata PDF - diagrammed by Mari Michaelis. Alien by Riki Saito 8 Petal Flower Traditional Model Related:  DiagramsOrigami

Chinese Zodiac Origami: diagrams for the 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac The Chinese calendar is a lunisolar calendar; thus, new year day is usually in late January or early February and it is on a day with a new moon (no moon). For 2014, Chinese New Year is on January 31st. No one knows when the Chinese calendar officially began, but it is generally accepted that Year One corresponds to the time when Emperor Huang Di began ruling China (equivalent to 2697 BC). Thus, 2014 (after Jan 31) corresponds to the Chinese year 4712. January 31, 2014 also begins the year of the Horse. Of all the animals in the world, why were these 12 chosen? Rat is small but he is clever. One story says that Snake was curled around Horse's leg, as Horse approached the finish line, Snake quickly sprang forward and arrived before Horse. Chinese astrology is a 60-year cycle because it involves 12 zodiac animals and 5 Earthly elements (5 x 12 = 60). Origami Diagrams: Books about Chinese Astrology Books about Chinese Zodiac Origami

Joseph Wu Origami home > diagrams > download For the PDF files, you will need Adobe's Acrobat Reader. These diagrams are sorted by the designer of the model. In the description is also a ranking of the model's difficulty. In most cases, this ranking is based on my own assessment of the model's difficulty. Simple Low Intermediate Intermediate High Intermediate Complex Joseph Wu Jack-o-lantern [PDF] NEW An easy jack-o-lantern for Hallowe'en. Jack-o-lantern [PDF] NEW An easy jack-o-lantern for Hallowe'en. Armadillo [PDF] This armadillo was the result of a challenge by my friend, Paul Lalonde. Base for Kawasaki's rose (Calyx) [PDF] A set of leaves to be used to display Kawasaki's rose. Birdbase Chess Set [PDF] An exercise in exploring the possibilities of a single base. Do Yourself a Favour [PDF] A bride and groom set I designed in 2004 as favours for a friend's wedding. Eagle [PDF] This eagle starts with a frog base. Eastern Dragon [PDF] The much requested Eastern dragon. Formalizing Origami Guesswork [PDF] Xander D.

Origami That's Fun And Easy Origami Drake Back to Diagrams by Mike Case, ©2006 Last modified December 2006 0) To give your Drake toes, first follow the method shown in John Montroll's Animal Origami for the Enthusiast for the Frog with Toes, but only folding the sides in 1/16 of the paper on each edge. 1) Crease where shown. 2) Fold the corners in to the centre. 3) Crease where shown on the top layer only. 4) Valley fold the raw edges to the side, collapsing where shown (the centre of the triangle is a sort of inverted rabbit-ear). 5) Repeat Step 4 on the other three flaps. 6) Fold a preliminary base. 7) Petal fold the point up. 8) Like so. 9) Sink the edge of the flap where shown. 10) Reverse fold the lower points up. 11) Reverse fold the head and tail out roughly along the dotted lines. 12) Outside reverse fold the outer two layers while pushing in from the bottom and spreading the interior layers to form the head. 13) Roll the front edge of the wing in slightly. 14) Sink the hidden point along the back where shown. 17) All done!

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