Bianca’s Classroom Crane Project As teachers, it is our job to teach students about the world both past and present. The most incredible moments are when books teach us more than we thought. Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes did just that. Not only did we learn about the effects of WW2 and the Atom… Continue reading Classroom Crane Project
5 Feather Peacock by Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) Hard to describe this 3D model…it have three tail feathers but have 5 designs in them.
Big 3D Swans by Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) Used 1/8 size paper for these swans…they’re huge, as big as a teapot. Big and Small Spread Wings Swans Big, Medium and Small Swan
Big Owls by Stanley () Made four of them, all with 1/8th size paper/triangles….and card stock paper as regular paper is not still enough for big models. They’re about 7″ tall.
Canada 150th Anniversary Big and Small Spread-Wings Swans by Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) Made a bunch of the small spread-wings swans to be given away to my niece’s teachers at the end of the school year. Made 14 of them…and as a bonus I used the Canadian flag colours to celebrate last year’s Canada 150th… Continue reading Canada 150th Anniversary Big and Small Spread-Wings Swans by Stanley
Canada 150th Anniversary Swans by Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) Made a couple of Red and White swans to celebrate Canada’s 150th year as a united country. Not glued yet and no googly eyes…using them as models to make more later. 150th Anniversary White Swan Canada 150th Year Swans
Origami Ostrich by Farshid Sobhani (Tehran, Iran) this is origami Ostrich folded with square paper 40 gms folded by farshid sobhani site:www.oriran.ir insta:origamisobhani insta:origami_oriran telegram:@oriran
Origami Right Triangle Bird by Reza Sarvi (Iran-Shiraz) I folded and designed this pattern by myself. It’s made by one uncut right triangle paper. It’s took one week to design this. You can download the diagram in Origamiusa.org
Golden Venture Swans with Spiral Design by Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) Both have open wings with spiral designs. The orange-green one have the spirals go all the way up the wings. The neon pink-blue one have the spirals going up the body and then to the edge of the wings. Spiral all the way
12 Days of Christmas by Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) Made 11 swans to add to my first swan over the 2016 Christmas holidays. On the 12th day of Christmas my true love gave to me; 12 swans are singing… Spiral Swan Pink Diamond Swan Contrasting Swans
Origami Japanese Peacock by Shabbir Bandukwala (Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan) One paper origami peacock publish in Japanese origami magazine
Cranes by Arnav Bhanwala (Cleveland, Ohio,USA) This is my creations .I love making Origami.
3D Small Swan by Sophia & Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) My 6 1/2 year old niece Sophia’s first 3D model…a small neon green swan with pink edge. Sophia used 3.5 cm x 5.5 cm paper. Sophia did 75% of the work with some help from uncle Stanley. Included is Sophia’s SWAN and uncle Stanley’s PEACOCK.
3D Peacock with 3 Tail Feathers by Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) Third 3D project. Had to throw away the first base (Body) I made because the triangular pieces were glued on slanted (My fault…costed me 88 pieces :o(. ) Used colour printing paper cut in 3.5 cm x 5.5 cm sizes. I had to make… Continue reading 3D Peacock with 3 Tail Feathers by Stanley
Purple Swan (3D Origami) by Origami Nation () You can find more models on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJVJ5CZYnIhuLFeW4AE_c7A or facebook: https://www.facebook.com/origamination
Black Swan by Origami Nation () You can find more models on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJVJ5CZYnIhuLFeW4AE_c7A or facebook: https://www.facebook.com/origamination
Swan by Origami Nation () You can find more models on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJVJ5CZYnIhuLFeW4AE_c7A or facebook: https://www.facebook.com/origamination
Lovely Art by Shiela Pormilos (Iloilo, Philippines) I used to buy books to learn & sometimes only imaginations
Swallows by Romie (Philippines) I came up with these simple origami swallows by doodling with the waterbomb base. The tails are formed by folding two flaps of the base into rabbit ears. To see more of my original origami creations, visit my origami blog at http://www.wordpress.com/romigami
Crane Hat by Brenda (Dallas) This hat was originally created for Cinco da Mayo with tiny paper cranes surrounding the brim and is worn by a large paper crane.
3D Peacock by Deepika Pratap (Santa Clara, CA, US) Origami 3D peacock
Quilling by Maria (oklahoma) I begin to quill with some friends That I lot contact for many years Just recent I receive their letter with some instructions how to quill? so Learn just few pattern here. new quilling
Lovebirds Box by Romie (Philippines) I made this model starting from a waterbomb base. To see more of my original origami creations, visit my origami blog at http://romigami.wordpress.com
Senbazuru Ring by Stephanie K (Oregon, USA) I folded all 1,000 cranes over the course of four days, and later strung them together, 40 strings of 25 cranes, and attached them to a ring. The cranes are hanging from my ceiling over my bed. Each crane is one inch (2.5 cm) high.
My First 3D Swan Origami by Elaine Cruz (Doha, Qatar) I would like to thank the maker of this website. Because of this I able to make my first 3D Origami all by myself. The instructions are clear and easy. You must try it also. I’d love to make more of this next time. Have… Continue reading My First 3D Swan Origami by Elaine Cruz
Águia – Eagle by Nuno Silva (Ribeira Grande, São Miguel – Açores, Portugal) Mais uma de minha autoria, criada a partir do retângulo que sobra da folha A4, após fazer dela um quadrado One more of my designing, created from the rectangle’s left of the A4 sheet, after making it a square
3D Swan by Eun-Soo Jeon (United Kingdom) http://unsjn.deviantart.com/ visit my page for more 3D origami 🙂 comment, favourite and share 🙂
Abstract Bird by Kathy Knapp (Peoria, IL, USA) Found in Foilrigami, by Mark J. Medvene, 1969
Águia/Fénix , Eagle/Pheonix by Nuno Silva (Ribeira Grande, Açores, Portugal) Criei esse modelo tendo como inspiração o origami de Mario Adrados Netto “Dama” Essa águia com umas simples modificações na cauda torna-se numa Fénix! I created this model with inspiration from origami Mario Adrados Netto “Lady” This eagle with a few simple modifications in the… Continue reading Águia/Fénix , Eagle/Pheonix by Nuno Silva
Origami Swans by Sunitha K (India) paper art. See my blog: http://o-artgallery.blogspot.com/
Paper Peacock by Mithra (India) This was done by Mithra, with the help of Tissue paper, color and gum
1st Modular Swan by Wendy (Montreal) My first attempt at a modular model. Enjoy.
Rainbow of Love by BJ (Gaithersburg, MD) This hanging design was given to someone who is ill as a present.
Mandarin Duck by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This model is folded starting with a blitzed waterbomb base.
Flapping Crane by R.S. (USA)
Parrot by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This parrot model is folded beginning with the Japanese or third-fold pinwheel.
Owl by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This is a very simple owl model. I folded this starting with a preliminary base.
Easy Dove by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This is an easy dove origami. It is completed in less than 12 folds.Looks good in two-colored paper.
Toucan Bird by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This is a variation of the traditional origami bird.
Paper Bill Dove by Unknown () This dove model, which is small, is folded from a Philippine 20-peso bill.
The Yellow Bird by Thomas Leung-Tack (Canada) I folded this model by the Works of Satoshi Kamiya book. This is the chocobo in the Final fantasy series. The type of the paper is wax paper and a size of 15×15 cm. I’m really sorry about the color but I will update it 🙂
Hummingbird by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) A simple model of a hummingbird. How to fold the head was very challenging. The beak is folded such that it shows the other side of the paper, thus enhancing the look of the model.
Bird on a Mat by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This model is folded from a single sheet of square paper, starting with the bird base. The procedure is the same as the folding of the grass model that I posted earlier here. You just have to do a little more folding to transform the grass blades… Continue reading Bird on a Mat by Romie Halabaso
Flying Goose by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This very simple and easy origami is folded out of a small square office note pad.
Golden Venture Swan by Ellen (Salisbury) This was my first attempt at Golden Venture folding and I am reasonably impressed. Started in my physics lesson this morning 🙂 finished by eleven at night. Ellen (age 13)
Crane Box by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This is a simple variation of the traditional star box.
Stephen’s Owl by Stephen Watson (Leyland, Lancashire UK) 535 venture folded units are used in this model. Unlike most venture unit models the use of additional stick-on eyes and ears were not used. The color of the units give the model the characteristics and remove the need for glue so, technically, the owl, although being… Continue reading Stephen’s Owl by Stephen Watson
Fire Bird by Ifrah Mateen (Karachi, Pakistan) It is paper graphic type of quilling art. See quilling instructions here
Mini Crane by Adam Beardall (United States, Co) This is a traditional crane that I folded, it is about a centimeter wider than a penny, and as long as a penny. it took me about 2 min. to fold. I folded it because I like folding mini origami. I have memorized the fold sequence, I… Continue reading Mini Crane by Adam Beardall