Human forms and Objects

This amazing design of The Crucifix has been on my my to-do folding list for quite a while but I kept pushing it away since I thought I’d wait for Good Friday. Being Holy Week, I did attempt folding this model and I did find it quite complex. However, I wasn’t able to finish folding […]

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This is a design by Robert J. Lang from his book – Origami Design Secrets: Mathematical Methods for an Ancient Art – which was released last year. It is an intermediate model and not all that difficult to fold. It is advisable to fold this model from a slightly larger sheet of paper as your […]

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Google Gingerbread Android

by Ancella on December 18, 2010

in Human forms and Objects

With all the excitement and contests surrounding the release of Google’s Nexus S, I suddenly had this brainwave of joining in on the fun by folding Gerwin Sturm’s origami design of the Android in the color scheme of the Android Gingerbread. This model makes use of the box-pleating technique and looks very nice when completed. […]

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Angel II (Design by Neal Elias)

by Ancella on December 17, 2010

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Being Advent, I have been folding a lot of Christmas themed decorations and one of these has been Neal Elias’ Angel II. This is a design from the book Neal Elias – Miscellaneous Folds II – which is sold by the British Origami Society. OrigamiUSA also has a copy of this book (BOS 35 – […]

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The Magical Bonefolder

by Ancella on November 16, 2010

in Human forms and Objects

Last week, I had a little surprise waiting for me when we got home from work. My hubby had apparently ordered a special Bonefolder from Nicolas Terry’s Origami-Shop! This was a surprise gift to me for Diwali – which is the Indian Festival of Lights. Initially, I didn’t think that this Ultimate Origami Weapon (as […]

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