Diagrams for a turkey for the Thanksgiving season.
Diagrams for an abstract partial representation of a pair of submerged dolphins.
If you have been waiting for diagrams of Roman Diaz's Goat, designed in 1998, your wait is over. Vishwas Deval presents us with diagrams for the Goat.
Diagrams for a rabbit designed by Nikki Dave.
Diagrams for a simple frog with a rather fancy behind!
Diagrams for an owl model that holds a secret, designed by Rob Snyder.
A book review for the book in the Passion Origami series, "Spirits of Origami".
Diagrams for a peacock with color change, released in open access to celebrate the World Origami Days 2015.
Diagrams for an Indian emblem designed by Vishwas Deval.
Diagrams for the 2015 OrigamiUSA Holiday Gift.
Diagrams for two dollar bill fox variations designed by Tammy Dong.
Diagrams for two more bird model, a sparrow and parrot, by Milind Oka.
Diagrams for two water fowl models folded from squares, a swan and duck, by Milind Oka.
Diagrams for two money fold models, a box with lid and duck, by Milind Oka.
Diagrams for a dragon designed by Jérémy Duez.
Diagrams for TIM the Beaver, the mascot of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, by alumna Michelle Fung class of 2013.
Diagrams for the 2014 OrigamiUSA Holiday Gift.
Here are diagrams for the easyphant. Not only do its ears flap, but it transforms into a flying swan. For the 2014 OrigamiUSA Convention Oversize Folding event, Easyphant was recognized as a model that "more than meets the eye."
Diagrams for a minimalist baby whale designed by Raymond P. Yeh.
Diagrams for a sitting dog named Timber designed by John Szinger.
Diagrams for a box-pleated snake designed by Hadi Tahir.
Diagrams for a dollar bulldog, one of Janessa's first creations.
Diagrams for a sheep by Indonesian artist Hadi Tahir.
Román Díaz presents a thorough and engaging review of John Montroll's "Horses in Origami".
A crease pattern for a box-pleated dragonfly.
Diagrams for an elegant shrimp by Joseph Fleming, a detailed model folded simply from an isosceles right triangle.
Diagrams for a low intermediate kitten by Jason Ku.
Diagrams for an origami Owl designed by Sébastien Limet in a cartoon style.
Diagrams for a cormorant taking flight by Wayne Tanaka.
Celebrate the Lunar New Year with Talo's "Happy Success Snake", aka H.S.S.
Simplicity is a virtue, and this swan is simple indeed.
Diagrams for the 2012 OrigamiUSA Holiday Gift.
This action model is great for Halloween - and it's a double action: the bat flaps its wings, and produces quite some noise!
Diagrams for a fox head designed by Czech designer Miroslav Mrajca.
Diagrams for a boar by Vietnamese folder Đỗ Trí Khải.
This article presents diagrams and a video for folding a pre-Colombian frog.
Diagrams for a beaver, the mascot of MIT, designed by Brian Chan.
OrigamiUSA's 2011 Annual Collection included a peacock from Rikki Donachie made from a square. Here Rikki shares another peacock made from an A4 rectangle.
Giang Dinh applies his trademark minimalist style to create a hippo.
Diagrams for a turkey, symbolic of the American holiday of Thanksgiving.
Joshua Goutam raises the bar with this two-color entry into the field of pelican designs.
Diagrams for an expressive and graceful horse.
Download PDF diagrams for folding this Palaeozoic armoured jawless fish.
New diagrams for an early model.
With just a few simple steps and some shaping to taste, you can fold an attractive duck.
A challenge to fold a cat out of a chopstick wrapper during the 2011 OrigamiUSA convention.
H. T. Quyet's fox design sets a new standard for this sly mammal.
Diagrams for a loon by Ryan MacDonell
Diagrams for a Pig Rabbit by Daniel Chang
Diagrams for a coyote by Julio Eduardo C. T.
Making a crease pattern takes less time than drawing a full diagram, but because of the technical difficulty, most folders don't like working with them. Here's some ideas about how to make things easier without spending dozens of hours on a full diagram.
Diagrams for a Fox Head by Evan Zodl
Diagrams for a Rabbit by Hsi-Min Tai.
Diagrams for Steven Casey's Jerboa, an unusual rodent.
Diagrams for a Baby Penguin by Noelia Avila
Diagrams for a Giant Anteater by Quentin Trollip.
Diagrams for a Fish by Davor Vinko.
Diagrams for a Koala by Artur Biernacki.
Commentary on folding, supporting, and displaying this famous model designed by the late Issei Yoshino. Model constructed by the members of <a href="http://origamit.scripts.mit.edu/" target="blank">OrigaMIT</a>, MIT's origami club.
Fernando Gilgado shares his diagrams of a cartoon-like owl.
Diagrams for a Rat by Tanja Pott
Diagrams for Nick Robinson's elegant Baby Rabbit.
Andrew Hudson discusses ways to make diagrams more interesting in a digital format by borrowing concepts from web comics.