Yay! Russian origami bloggers! http://www.livejournal.com/users/elha/! Здравствуйте, мой Русский оригами друг! Sorry that’s all just so very wrong, but I have a hard time remembering the proper russian syntax… -Эрик Джэрди
I really, really don’t like blogs. web pages I like, but the whole “blog” concept with a gazillion useless tacky bits on the page annoys me. So since my previous template was geting stranger and stranger in how it didn’t work, I’m cheating and just pasting in someone else’s nicely pre-made template. my bad. I don’t think the 2 people who even look at this site care that much 🙂 Seriously though, a lot of you keep coming here because you’re doing google searches for “origomi” instead of “origami”. I’d suggest the following links: www.origami.comwww.paperfolding.commoney origamiBob Nienhuis’s money origami pagewww.origami-usa.orgfolds.net easy origami tutorialswww.oriland.comOrigami Underground (origami models for adults only)British Origami SocietyMarc Kirschenbaum’s Origami PageMonkey.org tells you how to make an origami craneMeenakshi’s huge page of modular origami diagramsSarah’s (of megatokyo fame) origami sitewannalearn.com’s links (many of the same sites, and several more for instructions Hope that helps you get started down the road to some easy origami folding! If you are looking for origami tessellations and more complex origami, take a look at the links …
woven paper stone stool Originally uploaded by R.bean. R.Bean over at flickr has a bunch of photos from a south korean paper arts museum… quite a few of them are just mindbogglingly beautiful and creative. this is a woven paper stool- amazingly attractive to me, and it gets my paper freak inner-self motivated. She’s got a whole bunch of really cool photos, so make sure you check them out! http://www.flickr.com/photos/rbean/!
Tiled Hexagon Tessellation v2.0 PDF Available! Originally uploaded by Origomi. I have a new diagram, released today. It’s for my tiled hexagon tessellation. This, and the two PDFs published before it, are licensed under a CC license. Yay for copyleft! Eleven pages of diagrammy goodness, people. dig in and let me know if it works for you. I really like getting photos from people who’ve completed one of my folds!
http://www.linkagogo.com/go/Members/jpib/Origami. Saw this in my referrer logs, and it’s just chock full of origami linkage. over a hundred, at least. fascinating!