3D Origami – A reblog

This post is originally from: sartenada.wordpress.com
A beautiful example of complex, 3-D Origami! I admire the patience required to put these beautiful objects together!
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Sartenada's photo blog / Blog de foto de Sartenada

In English:

Origami comes from two words. ORI mean Folding and GAMI means Paper. What is 3D Origami? It means that You need identical folded paper pieces, to assemble them together which can tricky. One sheet of copy paper A4 gives 32 folded paper pieces. Using colorful papers to build 3D Origami gives countless number of possibilities to build items in which the imagination is the only limit.

My wife made five very basic 3D origamis. She emphasized to me that these are no “masterpieces”, but experiments. She made one paper swan, two paper flower vases, one paper plate and one jewellery box. After photos I give video links in which You can see how all these are made. Before these video links, I give links how 3D Origami are folded.

En español:

Origami viene de dos palabras. ORI significa plegable y GAMI significa papel. ¿Qué es 3D Origami? Esto…

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