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I'm a complete origami noob. How do I get started?
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Start with simple origami, like kusudama, traditional origami (Tsuru, frog, samurai hat.)

In youtube you will find various origami tutorials. I recommend Jeremy Shafer, Jo Nakashima and Tadashi Mori.

There are many japanese channels with simple tutorials. Just search "折り紙".

Once you have learned to fold several origamis, search for pdf origami books.
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>>569228
>buy paper; online or at a craft store. Worse case, make some.
>search "origami for beginners"
>follow instructions
>repeat
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>>569228
I also thank you, since I'm interested as well. I used to do some origami when I was a kid but then somehow I forgot many of them, I didn't know it's possible.
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