Color Me Katie Origami That's Fun And Easy Easy Modular Origami Cube Folding Instructions - How to fold an Easy Modular Origami Cube - Modular Origami Due to popular demand, here is the folding instructions for an easy origami cube. You will need 6 sheets of origami paper for this cube. This is a good model for those who want to try modular origami. Made this origami? Comment and Submit your photo using the comment box at the end of this page! Easy Origami Cube Step 1: Start with a square 6" x 6" (15cm x 15cm) origami paper color side down. Easy Origami Cube Step 2: Fold on the horizontal diagonal. Easy Origami Cube Step 3: Now fold along the vertical diagonal line. Easy Origami Cube Step 4: Now fold both the top and bottom tips to meet the crease in the center. Easy Origami Cube Step 5: Now fold both the bottom and top sides to meet the crease in the center. Easy Origami Cube Step 6: Now fold both the left and right tips to meet the spot marked by the arrows shown below. Easy Origami Cube Step 7: Now fold both sides as shown by the dash lines below. Look at the 2nd picture below. Easy Origami Cube Step 10: FLIP paper over. Closer look:
стихи The Origami Paper Shop - Imported and Specialty Origami Paper Kusudama Tutorial part 1 The Japanese kusudama is a paper ball made out of multiple identical origami shapes glued together. They were traditionally used as a ball for incense or potpourri but now we see them more for decoration or as a gift. Today I am showing you part 1 on how to make the Japanese traditional shape. What you need for this tutorial is: 60 pieces of paper cut into squares. Below I will show you how to make the basic shape, you need to make 60 of these. Fold the bottom corner to the top. Fold the left and right corners up to the middle corner. Fold the same points down. Open up the flaps you have just created and flatten them. Fold the top triangles towards you so they are level with the edges of the paper. Fold the triangles back using the crease you made earlier and glue the outside triangles together. Now make 5 more of these petals and glue them all together. We would love to see what you made using this tutorial so please post a pic to the Folding Trees Flickr group – it’s open to everybody.
Интернет-галерея Origami Diagrams I thought of sharing some of the diagrams I have been collecting over the last few months from various websites. These are available freely over the Internet and are mostly in the PDF format. I still haven’t gotten around to folding most of these as yet. For some of these models, I have found instructional videos on YouTube; and have provided links to view these PDF files as well as instructional videos accordingly. For more videos, please check out the category Instructional Videos on this site. Model: Origami Tessellation batDesigned by: Anna Kastlunger (2006)Diagrammed by: Gerwin StrurmDiagram Courtesy: Origami ÖsteriieichDiagram: Tessellation Bat InstructionsImage Courtesy: Mélisande*’s photo stream Model: Car (VW Bug)Designed by: Charles Esseltine (2001)Edited by: Jeremy Shafer (2002)Diagrams: Car InstructionsImage Courtesy : egg.origamiYouTube Instructional Video: Part 1; Part 2 Model: Praying MantisDesigned by: Robert J.
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