Dinosaurs & Dragons

It all started when I couldn’t make up my mind as to which origami model I should fold this weekend…this ignorance made me ask my fiance to choose. Needless to say, he ended up choosing this particular model from none other than Satoshi Kamiya! 😯 So, I decided to give it a shot. This is […]

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Origami One-Horned Dragon

by Ancella on March 9, 2009

in Dinosaurs & Dragons

I have been looking out for a slightly complex dragon for quite sometime, now. I didn’t want something which is highly complex and tricky either. I have found a perfect one horned dragon design (perfect for me that is) YouTube.com. It is an intermediate model and incorporates, sinks, rabbit ears and crimps in the folds. […]

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I had bought John Montroll’s – Prehistoric Origami: Dinosaurs and Other Creatures – a couple of weeks ago and spent a lot of time trying to decide which of the models to start off with! I finally decided on the Apatosaurus or what is popularly known as the Brontosaurus or the “thunder lizard”. This is […]

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This is a Miniature T Rex I folded 2 days ago. I used a 6″ single-side colored origami paper in this case, though. Again, you need a ‘thin’ origami paper to fold this model due to the intricate multiple creases involved. Another point worth noting in folding this model is that, it is best to […]

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Fantasy Creatures – Dragon

by Ancella on October 25, 2008

in Dinosaurs & Dragons

I folded this out of a 6″ single-side colored Origami paper and have created a couple of extra folds on the wings to add to the ‘dragon look’. For this model, it is not important to have origami paper colored both sides. However, a larger sized paper would be more convenient and will look better […]

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