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Issue 1

The Fold is the online magazine for members of OrigamiUSA. New articles are posted continuously over the two month period of each issue. To contribute to The Fold or for other questions, please see our FAQ.
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By Marc Kirschenbaum
Diagrams for a Dragon by Marc Kirschenbaum
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by Tanja Pott
Diagrams for a Rat by Tanja Pott
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by Giang Dinh
Just in time for the holidays, a heart angel from Giang Dinh.
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Diagrams for Nick Robinson's elegant Baby Rabbit.
What started with a simple question and a list of paper properties, has become an extensive project - a long, exploratory journey discovering paper. Please enjoy our first Paper Review!
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by Andrew Hudson
Andrew Hudson discusses ways to make diagrams more interesting in a digital format by borrowing concepts from web comics.
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Crease pattern, diagrams, and design notes for a convertible created for a car design challenge.
Reviewed by Daniel Scher
This book of mostly intermediate work contains 30 superb designs.
Instructional origami videos are becoming more and more popular. But how are high-quality videos produced? This is the first of a series of articles that will give a comprehensive guide on what it takes.
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by Tom Hull
Learn how to fold Molly Kahn's 3-unit modular Hexahedron and marvel at the multitude of math manifested around this model!
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At the recent 5OSME convention, an impromptu challenge involved incorporating a "nonexistent" fold, the origami hypar, into definitely existent origami models.
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by Robert J. Lang
This complex design, from a square, uses a mix of 30 and 22.5 degree symmetries.
Reflections from the Managing Editor.