Please post origami diagrams, to fold from.JPG/PNG/GIF/etc work pretty good for "single page" kind of stuff... but I *think* we can post PDFs too...
>>612573neat, I'll post some scans later
An easy Heart
Scorpion by Patricia CrawfordFrom the book Creating Origami by JC Nolan
Surfer on a Wave by Jeremy ShaferThis also includes (starts with) the Crazy-Mouthed Gremlin
Flying Eagle by Kunihiko Kasahara
Lizard by Kunihiko Kasahara
The Lizard starts with the Bird Base aka the Crane Base... known as Basic Fold IV in this Creative Origami book by Kunihiko Kasahara...
Shirt with Tie - billfoldby John Montroll
Dragon from book Origami to Astonish and Amuse by Jeremy ShaferBased on Robert Neale's DragonI make my own variation, using the head from Kunihiko Kasahara's Dragon (in the next post)
Here's a simple Dragon by Kunihiko KasaharaThe head on this one (it's own piece) works very well when added onto Jeremy Shafer's Dragon (previous post).The head uses 1/16th (a quarter of a quarter) of the size used for the body [but This body does use two sheets], I like making a variation adding wings using an additional sheet of paper, as this Dragon (as diagrammed) has no wings!
This Bi-Plane comes from "The Complete Book of Origami" by Robert J. LangThis is one of the most advanced figures I've ever tried to fold... over many years. If you can succeed making it, let me know! Give some tips for completing it!!!
Origami ElephantFrom the book Super Origami by Dana Hinders & Chelsi Lasater
Patricia Crawford'sUnicorn, andSquirrel on a Log
Here's a Billfold by John MontrollThe Dollar Shark!
Dollar Pyramid by Jeremy Shafer
Goose by John Montroll
The Dragonfly starts with the Bird Base aka Crane Base, one of the most common bases in all of origami.This Dragonfly is from the bookBeautiful Origami by Zulal Ayture-Scheele
Dollar Yacht by Peter Engel
Standing Crane by Toyoaki Kawai from his book Colorful Origami
>>613407Dude, thanks for making this thread and keeping it alive
I will never stop hating how slow this board is, there should be more people posting diagrams and so on.
>>613442You're right, there should be, but there's not, and that isn't going to change or get any better.
Money Origami, by Michael LaFosse and Richard AlexanderThis PDF is small, so I can post the whole book all together...
Does anyone here have a diagram of a (complex) whake shark?