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Advanced Origami

Advanced Origami

Sea Turtle (Design by Michael G. LaFosse)

by Ancella on October 11, 2010

in Sea Creatures

Michael LaFosse is known for designing models which have a lot of expression and ‘life’ in them. His book – Advanced Origami: An Artist’s Guide to Performances in Paper – is a collection of such models with detailed diagrams allowing amateur origamists to spend hours folding his work. A lot of it, as he mentions […]

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Squirrel (Design by Michael G. LaFosse)

by Ancella on May 30, 2010

in Animals

This weekend, I went back to browsing through designs in Michael LaFosse’s book – Advanced Origami: An Artist’s Guide to Performances in Paper – and thought I’d give this squirrel a try. I loved the final shaping given to this design in the book and wondered if I could get mine to look half as […]

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This particular goldfish design is from the book – Advanced Origami: An Artist’s Guide to Performances in Paper – by Michael LaFosse. It’s intermediate in nature and not for the beginners in the art of Origami. This model incorporates the ‘wet folding’ technique, rabbit ears and reverse folds in it. If you are a beginner […]

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