And the rest! (I really do like the Cherry Blossoms) :
Okay YOU are having way too much FUN!
Don’t stop! Hi
I didn’t think it would be as much fun when I started it, but it’s so awesome.
And there’s more to come. One with more flowers. Like way more.
Love the black and whites!
My life changed when I discovered the film grain setting on the camera.
The variety is nice.
The blossoms are very, very cool! My mind can barely comprehend the amount of folds some of these take! 😛
Truth be told, the blossoms aren’t that hard. But some models, yeah, they are mind blowing.
http://www.origami-instructions.com/origami-kusudama-cherry.html – give it a go!
http://kidzcoolzone.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/origami-dragon.jpg – I don’t even know where to begin.
Ooo, thank you! 😀
You must have infinite patience 🙂
I get very frustrated when I try origami, you’ve done a magnificent job with all of the these…I especially like the dragons
Not quite. There’s a few models in the bin which say otherwise.
It is a process. You just gotta keep at it. The rewards are worth it. And the dragons are variations on a four legged crane (the silver one). I don’t think I’ll ever make models from scratch, but variations are fun to make.
Origami verifies “patience as a virtue”…
Indeed. Models in the bin though, you can exceed that virtue sometimes.
But most of the time I see it through.
You remind me that there are better things to do on a subway than playing Tetris on your phone. Love your creations!
You inspired me to make origami on train rides. And it went well, involving Buddha, flowers and birds.
Folding these things is fun to do. A little frustrating at times, but the end result is always worth it.
Buddha, flowers, birds and origami–that sounds incredibly meditative. I made a cat origami the other day and it was fun. Maybe I will repeat your experience the next time I hop on a train.
Sugoi (meant to mean it’s amazing)!!!! To think you can create beautiful flowers that have a longer life than the real ones. Really beautiful, oh my…
Don’t smell as nice though.
And thank you for introducing me to “sugoi”. I’ll be using that word now. Like a lot.
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