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Oveja (Design by Román Díaz)

Oveja (Design by Román Díaz)

by Ancella on July 28, 2010

in Animals

Oveja / Sheep (Design by Roman Diaz)

Oveja / Sheep (Design by Roman Diaz)

This is a real cute model designed by none other than Román Díaz which he has kindly shared in an online Origami Journal – 4 Esquinas (4 Corners).

The design is pretty much simple and the diagram very easy to follow. There are 21 steps in all and the model itself can be categorized as simple. This publication is planned on a quarterly format and an online version will be made available only, for now. It invites contributions from all its viewers and followers and is a Spanish language publication. All articles and diagrams if contributed in English or non-Spanish, will be translated into Spanish language and published, if chosen.

This is the first Publication which has been published and is available for a download on their blog. It contains crease patterns, articles, reports and diagrams. I am sure you will like to follow this blog!

Paper to use for this model – Oveja / Sheep:
For my model, I have chosen tissue fur which I purchased from Origami-Shop. Its a duo-colored black paper which I am trying out for the first time.

If you do not have this kind of paper, you can also use kraft paper, kami / common origami paper which is single side colored so as to give the look of a white sheep with pink ears. 🙂 I decided to make mine the black sheep 😉

How to fold this model:
Román Díaz has generously shared the diagrams to this model in this quarter’s publication of 4 Esquinas, which you will be able to download here.

I hope you enjoy folding this model.

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Noah July 29, 2010 at 5:47 PM

Hi Ancella! Just a tip, you may want to brighten this photo up. It’s really hard to tell what the model is.

Ancella July 29, 2010 at 6:22 PM

Hi Noah, thank you for your tip. I clicked a better picture a little while ago and just uploaded it. I hope this pic does the model justice…

Noah July 29, 2010 at 8:07 PM

That’s much better. Nice fold, by the way.

Ancella July 30, 2010 at 5:04 PM

Thank You, Noah! 🙂

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