Sunday, May 17, 2009

Teddy bear

Fluffy the teddy bear by Marc Kirschenbaum. I folded it with a 210x210mm dual-color paper. The result is a 70mm tall teddy bear. This should be my third time folding it, but still unable to make the proper stand at the back of the model. This was also a birthday gift as of the previous second model. The first was a test fold =) 

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Napkin Folding #2

With a the photo provided by the link below, I managed to "reverse-engineer" (a geek's term) it with some similar fold =)

Link : 

Here is what I have folded, using a real napkin. But the napkin is not square shape, so it was not that symmetrical.

More napkin folds will be coming soon on this blog...

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

"Chocolate" Baby

Yesterday, my friend asked me if I can fold a Jack-Jack origami model. Jack-Jack is the baby from the movie "The Incredibles" and he just looks like a normal baby except when he wears the mask and with his spiky hair.


After having a thought how to fold just the head of Jack-Jack, I recalled diagrams for baby. This baby model is from Robert J. Lang's "Origami Design Secrets", folded from 125x125mm brown color baby. The final model is about 55mm height. Ops..I missed out a fold at his diapers =)

[Update] Due to popular request, I managed to get some spiky hair at the top, but the head is not 3-D anymore. As for the mask, I had to use additional paper for that =) And I fixed the "diapers". However, still missing his ears..

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Napkin Folding #1

Candle fan - this neat looking, symmetrically folded shape is designed to be inserted in a glass. It was folded with a napkin from a well-known fast-food chain =) As there is no point keeping the model, the napkin can be recycled and reused.

I have to find ways to get my hands on some other good color napkins =D

Saturday, May 2, 2009

To cat lovers..meow..meow..

Cat Herr designed by Fumiaki Kawahata, diagrams in Origami Tanteidan Convention Book 14. Folded from 250x250mm brown color paper.
15-degree Cat designed by Seiji Nishikawa, diagrams in Origami Tanteidan Convention Book 14. Folded from 125x125mm black color paper. This model looks like the cats in the Ancient Egyption time =)