Origami Butterfly

This is yet another model I folded this weekend. It is from the book – Origami Butterflies – which has a lot of different types of butterfly variants; the best part about this book is that there is a section devoted to designing your own butterflies based on the elements / proportions of various folds. […]

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I decided to give Robert J. Lang’s Butterfly, Opus 410 a https://www.viagrasansordonnancefr.com/ try this weekend. It’s been some time since I folded any origami and I was in the mood for something on an intermediate level. The paper I chose was regular Kami since this was my very first fold of this model. Robert J. […]

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This is a design I folded a few days ago – H.T. Quyet’s pretty butterfly – out of Nicolas Terry’s Tissue foil backed with thin tissue paper for the duo-colored effect. It is an intermediate level design which has a few sinks involved in the folding process along with shaping the model at the end […]

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My better half is practically a bookworm and much to my irritation will end up folding the pages within the book so that he remembers where he left it off. I hate this habit of his, which made me hunt for creative bookmarks for him to use. This is an incredibly pretty bookmark and is […]

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This design is from the book – Advanced Origami: An Artist’s Guide to Performances in Paper, by Michael LaFosse. He is known for his pretty butterflies and this particular one, I think, is his best design, in my opinion. 🙂 What paper to use: You can use just about any kind of paper for this […]

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