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Rabbit (Design by Tai, Hsi-Min)

by Ancella on December 8, 2010

in Animals

It was last week that Tai, Hsi-Min posted pictures of a really cute little rabbit. The first thing which came to your mind when you saw it was imagining it in a green meadow twitching its nose. It is designed with a pose similar to that of Robert Lang’s Rabbit but Tai, Hsi-Min’s design can […]

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Bull (Design by Stephan Weber)

by Ancella on October 24, 2010

in Animals

This model reminds me of the Bronze Bull on Wall Street, New York and is a very good model for those who would like to play around with wet-folding and shaping. Designed by Stephan Weber, the diagrams to this model are available in the Origami Tanteidan #11 book which is available at Nicolas Terry’s Origami-Shop. […]


Oveja (Design by Román Díaz)

by Ancella on July 28, 2010

in Animals

This is a real cute model designed by none other than Román Díaz which he has kindly shared in an online Origami Journal – 4 Esquinas (4 Corners). The design is pretty much simple and the diagram very easy to follow. There are 21 steps in all and the model itself can be categorized as […]

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