Complex origami usually refers to models that require a large number of steps to complete --- sometimes even hundreds of steps. These models are often passed from the designer to other folders by in-person teaching or through crease patterns (designs that show the folds needed for the model), but not the step-by-step diagrams that are seen for less complex models. Michelle Fung will walk us through a complex model --- come with your patience!
This cute panda model looks simple, but is actually complex. Class participants should be comfortable with folding precisely, spread-squash/spread sink folds, swivel folds, and turning parts of the model inside out. All of these techniques are used to achieve the desired color changes.
One uncut square of regular origami paper. Minimum recommended size: 24 x 24 cm (9.4”).