Saturday, May 28, 2011

Origami

what's that? it's the traditional Japanese art of paper folding.
Why am I posting this? Because it was one of my hobbies.

I did it some years back and I really liked it. It was relaxing in a way, I put on some music (no tv because you have to concentrate) and started folding!
Why did I quit? Well, with most of my hobbies, if I do something, I do it non stop and most of the time I get bored of it real quick. Occasionally I still do origami ( to impress girls : D )
So here are some pics of some origami of mine (cell phone quality)
Modular origami
 This too :)
 Swan made of a really light type of paper
Some Retro coloured flowers

23 comments:

  1. Haha, cool! :D Wish I could do that...
    Make a short tutorial?:)

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  2. Oh man my little sis is really getting into orgami/paper stuff right now i should totally show her this! ^.^

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  3. i love making origami. so peaceful and relaxing. until i fail then i just rage

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  4. So much work, and I'll always need a guide with me cus i cant for the sake of my life even remember how to fold a paper plane haha. Nice stuff tho, keep at it

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  5. Any templates? i love this stuff!

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  6. Wow, they just look awesome!

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  7. Wow I loved the last figure, also you should put the templates or a video :) thank you for sharing, take care man!

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  8. i use to love doing origami as a kid, nothing as good as this though, great post

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  9. i was always really really good at this as a kid.
    Main St Review

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  10. I watched a documentary on origami recently!

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  11. amazing art but i always get this mixed up with organeo lol

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  12. Wow the flowers look amazing. Please have a guide for that!

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  13. wow this is well done I had always problem with this art +followed

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  14. I can make a swan, i remember how to from freshman year art haha, still stuck with me

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  15. These are really nice - any step by step guideS?

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  16. Ahh, how I love origami, I have been folding for around 17 years now. Beautiful work there.

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