Mermaid by Jeramy (Neptune) 3500 pieces of .5 inch by .25 inch (1.27 cm X 0.635 cm) pieces of paper
Mudkip Pokemon by Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) First try at it…came out to be pretty good. Next time I’ll make a bigger head.
Big Torchic Pokemon by Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) Did a few 1/32 size Torchic Pokemons…this one is using 1/8 size paper, it’s about 8″ tall, the collar feathers are 1/32 size and the beak, legs and claws are 1/32 paper cut smaller. Used card stock paper for head and body to make it stiffer. The… Continue reading Big Torchic Pokemon by Stanley
Big Pikachu Pokemon by Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) Use 1/16 size paper to make the big Pikachu Pokemon. Big, teenager and baby Pikachus
Origami – Wingull – Pokemon by Emanuel Lucho (Veracrz, Mexico) I made this little guy, one pokemon bird.
Charizard Pokemon by Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) Took me over 6 hours to assemble and glue Charizard…used 710 triangular pieces. A hot glue gun was used to attach the arms, legs, wings, head and tail.
Pokemon Kids by Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) Made some small versions of some 3D Pokemon characters. Used beads for the eyes….their parents had triangular pieces for eyes.
Piplup Pokemon and 2 Small Owls by Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) Piplup Pokemon used over 800 triangular pieces…I really like the contrasting colours. Made two small owls to accompany Piplup. The owls are slightly different…one used almost 200 pieces while the other one used over 250 pieces. One have talons so the model is slightly… Continue reading Piplup Pokemon and 2 Small Owls by Stanley
Roselia and Pichu Pokemons by Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) Making the little roses for Roselia was almost harder than making the whole model. Really proud of Pichu’s head…only a quarter-size hole at the top…I could add a few more triangular pieces and close it completely. Roselia Pichu
Togepi and Torchic Pokemon by Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) On a Pokemon roll….my 5th and 6th project; Togepi and Torchic. Togepi is almost 7″ high and 5″ wide, Torchic is 6″ high. Togepi is one piece while Torchic is two pieces with a separate ring of neck feathers and little wings. Togepi Torchic
Pokemon Characters by Stanley (Mississauga, Ontario, Canada) Pikachu, Cleffa, PokeEgg, and Marill.
3D Origami Minion by Giulia (Oregon, US) Recently i made this 3D origami minion and posted a tutorial on youtube for it:) Can you post it here on your page? Here it’s the link: THANK YOU!
Master Yoda by Egor (Chicago IL) Master Yoda Green =)) I like this model)
Kids on a Seesaw by Devon H. (USA) An original model that I designed based on the discovery that I could make a human figure from a small portion of paper. You can actually tilt it back and forth, and it works very well when placed on the dashboard of your car. More original models… Continue reading Kids on a Seesaw by Devon H.
Deadalus and Icarus’s Flight by Joseph Benton (Aliquippa PA USA) Hope you like them. Took me almost forever.
Homem Cartaz / Man Sandwich Board by Nuno Silva (Ribeira Grande, São Miguel, Açores, Portugal) Esse é um outro modelo criado por mim com um rectângulo de um folha A4 This is another model that I created with a rectangle of an A4 sheet
Mermaid by Romie (Philippines) This is the latest of my original origami creations which you can all see in my origami blog at http://romigami.wordpress.com
Lady in Gown by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This is a simple representation of a female human figure — a lady in gown. For this project, I employed box pleating, using in particular a 12 x 25 grid. You can view this and my other original origami creations at http://romigami.wordpress.com
Angel with Hood by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) Visit my origami blog at http://romigami.wordpress.com
Modular Doll by A. Shahrokhi (Iran)
Snoopy by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) I call this dog model ‘Snoopy’ because it resembles the popular black-eared dog from George Shulcz’ comic strip ‘Peanuts’.
Kamizumo by Thomas Leung-Tack (Canada) The kamizumo is a traditional Japanese game who made its first appearance at the Edo period. The game is simple: you tap on the board to move your sumo wrestler and push your opponent out of the ring or make it fall.
Angel by Yones (Rersia) I folded this angle from one sheet of soft paper. Created and designed by Neal Elias
Boy and Girl by Abbas Shahrokhi (Iran) I folded these models in October, 2008 using small triangular units. Read about Chinese Paper Folding here and learn how to make a unit here.
Robot by Thomas (Canada) It’s a robot designed by Norio Torimoto. I designed the pincer and the sword.