Robert Lang

I decided to give Robert J. Lang’s Butterfly, Opus 410 a 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. Lang’s […]

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This is yet another model from the book – Origami Design Secrets: Mathematical Methods for an Ancient Art, by Robert J. Lang – which I have chosen to fold. It uses the technique of pleating to make the “shell” design on the shell of the turtle. It is advisable that a large paper be chosen […]

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Murex (Design by Robert J. Lang)

by Ancella on July 26, 2009

in Sea Creatures

This weekend, I thought I’d try something from John Montroll and Robert Lang’s book – Origami Sea Life. I ended up selecting a design from the mollusks section, designed by Robert J. Lang. This particular design is known as the Murex and they are really pretty and therefor the most sought after by shell collectors. […]

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Hello everyone! I am back from a short hiatus 🙂 I really did miss posting on this blog. I was away in Indianapolis for the long weekend – 4th July…visiting my fiancé. It was a good little holiday; it’s a pity the rains dampened the 4th of July fireworks, though. 🙁 Anyway, back to origami. […]

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This model by John Montroll is lower intermediate in nature and is from the well-known book – Origami Sea Life, which he co-authored with Robert Lang. Type of paper: I have used a square sheet of paper measuring 9” in size (large size), which is colored black on one side (with the other side being […]

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