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I made those a long~~ time ago, but I forgot to upload anywhere haha xD

Those are all made out of folded paper modules!!

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Origami Sparrow designed and folded by Mindaugas Cesnavicius.
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Mini roses made from 0.6 inch paper
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Dollar Origami Vulture v1
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So my headphones broke and I need money for some new ones. Hence the giant owl on the left.
Its basically a giant version of the little yellow owl in the middle.
The orange one on the right is a normal owl on a perch that I might enlarge in the future.
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my proud creations
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So, I got bored once and found a video about a bouncy ball.
Here's that ball. You make it as a square and can turn it inside out to make a ball like thing.
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Here are the diagrams for my version of Serenity, as promised. The drawings aren't that great and for that I apologize, but it gets kind of tedious drawing slight variations of the same thing 999999 times by hand. They should be clear enough to interpret anyway, and be sure to use full view so you can see the explanations I wrote under each step. I recommend paper at least 15cm by 15cm, or else the details are quite difficult.

Part 2: owlfeathers0117.deviantart.com…

Notes:
- Step 20 is an inside reverse fold, not just a mountain fold.


P.S. If anyone is having difficulty with a certain step, comment here and I'll add a link on this deviation page to a photo of the step you need help with.
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