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Tiny origami sunflowers the colors of the rainbow

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Roses arranged diagonally ^_^

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Designed by Robert J. Lang
Instructions: www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9lVlK…
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Again, this modular origami was made and taken as a photo by myself! :)

This one is known as waltz sonobe and it was also designed by Maria Sinayskaya. It was made with 30 pieces of 7.5 cm X 7.5 cm origami paper. The finished piece is around 9 cm X 9 cm X 9 cm (maybe 10 cm?). While the folding was easy, the assembling was a very slow and painful process T^T.

Well, hope you enjoy! And commenting is greatly appreciated :)

I also do origami commissions for those who are interested! :)
You can choose your own colors and kind of origami! ^^

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2012 Mi&Mi (madsoulchild.deviantart.com)
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Again, this kusudama was made and taken as a photo by myself! :)

For people interested, it's known as the Etna Kusudama and it was designed by Maria Sinayskaya. It was made with 30 pieces of 2.5 cm X 5 cm origami paper. So the kusudama itself is pretty small (around 5 cm X 5 cm X 5 cm). Pretty easy to make compared to other things I have made in the past. Hope you like! >_<

I also do origami commissions for those who are interested! :)
You can choose your own colors and kind of origami! ^^

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2012 Mi&Mi (madsoulchild.deviantart.com)
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This was taken as a photo and made by me, Madsoulchild :)

Sorry for the lack of new deviations lately T^T During the summer I had ALOT of free time so making origami was great. But since I started my first year of college, I don't have alot of free time anymore pooooo :(

Now! On with the origami info!
it's known simply as the octahedron and it was designed by Stephan T. Lavavej. It was made with 12 pieces of 7.5 cm X 7.5 cm origami paper. The kusudama itself is around 7-8 cm all round. The folding and assembling are both pretty straightforward.

I personally like the colors I chose this time :) Not sure if you like it but tell me what you think! :3

I also do origami commissions for those interested! :3
You can choose your own colors and kind of origami! ^^

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2012 Mi&Mi (madsoulchild.deviantart.com)
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A senbazuru is one thousand folded origami cranes. I technically have one thousand and one... X3 This was done on-and-off for a little under over seven weeks.

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Materials:
1000 x 7cm x 7cm paper squares of various colours for cranes
~ This particular example uses 100 of each red, yellow, light yellow, blue, light blue, purple, green, light green, pink, and cream squares
40 x 7cm x 7cm paper squares of red and black for coasters
15cm x 15cm square of gold holographic paper
White thread
Gold thread
Needle for threading
Red wooden bead
Scissors
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Seven kusudama flowers in an origami flower pot. A small, but pretty decoration.

I was inspired to make my own after seeing ~el-ruben's birthday bouquet.

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Materials:
60 x 7cm x 7cm squares to make the flowers and leaves
~ This particular example uses 5 red, 5 orange, 5 yellow, 5 light yellow, 5 blue, 5 light blue, 5 purple and 35 green
384 x Rectangles to make triangles for the pot
~ This particular example uses 192 pink and 192 peach
Florists wires for the stems
Oasis foam to hold the flowers in place
Piece of card to put under the foam
Various lucky stars to cover the foam
Scissors for paper cutting
Round-nosed and cutting pliers
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This is the basic run-of-the-mill stick tail peacock. I found many kinds online, and thought that this colour scheme would work well.

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Materials:
465 x Rectangles to make origami triangles
~ This particular example uses 330 blue, 58 yellow and 77 green
Extra green paper to create feathers on the head
Scissors
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I decided to take a break from the usual and get a little creative with basic paper folding and paint.
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The wings and some other parts from the original fell off so I decided to fix it somehow. I think it still looks cool like this though.
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I tried to remake a piece by Quan Ying Chen. It was way harder than I originally thought. Here is a link to Chen's video [link]
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Blue Belladonna, after Joost Langeveld.
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Would you be interested in buying a handmade gift box like this? I'd appreciate your input, for it's a bit of market-research before I set up my Etsy shop.

Origami paper for the box; regular paper hand-painted with two coats of watercolor each for the leaves and the little blue belladonna, complete with a tiny natural twig.
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Origami Fall Challenge - 21

07.10.2012

"Hyperboloid Tessellation"
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I finally found the base / headquarters of the Paper Crane movement.

Beware!
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From Andrew Hudson.
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This flower's diagram is from a japanese book.

Choosing a title for this picure was awfully long, I have very little imagination.
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I'm trying to create Origami jewels : here, the Kawasaki's Rose brooch with leaves.

Using typing paper painted with acrylic.

I really love Kawasaki's Rose. It's Beautiful and romantic.
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Apologies for the bad photo but here's my coloured cobra :)
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Improved Cobra 3D Origami
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Origami Turtles
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Here is a collection of some of my animals I did for a childrens birthday party.
The sheep and the goose in the front are two new models I designed recently.

All models are folded from either a square of 15 x 15cm or 20 x 20cm paper.

Update:
Here is the link for the folding instructions:
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Many thanks to Marc Sky who made the diagram.
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Here is a goose I folded from the traditional fish base.


Wet-Folded from an uncut square of 20 x 20cm Iwahada paper.

Design by me inspired by nature.
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Like the Title suggests, i challenged myself to fold a pig from a birdbase.
It is not very efficent designed.

Folded from a square of 15 x 15 cm.


Design by me.
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