# Articles for keyword: intermediate

Yara Yagi continues our celebration of the Year of the Pig with her fantastical flying pig.
Diagrams for a flower folded from a hexagon. Like many polygonal designs, the flower can also be transposed to pentagons, heptagons, and octagons. Also includes how to fold a hexagon from a square.
Eric Vigier shares his methods for wet folding and presents a model and diagrams for practice.
Son Linh NGUYEN offers us three pig models in our continuing celebration of the Year of the Pig.
Viviane Berty shares the diagrams for her nymphéa (water lily).
by Craig Hunter
Diagrams for Fish Hook Module with details of how to build a cube and an octahedron. The modules are edge modules, and most polyhedra can be built, except those that have five or more edges meeting at a vertex.
Yara Yagi presents us with a detailed review of Ilan Garibi's latest book, Origami Tessellations for Everyone.
As we continue to celebrate The Year of the Pig, Edwin Corrie shares with us four of his pig models.
In anticipation of the Year of the Pig/Boar, Leyla Torres presents us with an Origami Pig and Candy Box and explains how she changed a cat into a pig.
To welcome the Year of the Pig/Boar (February 5, 2019), Xiaoxian Huang created a Piggy's Face for us.
Roman Remme, a special guest at the 2018 CDO Convention, presents us with diagrams for an iso-area star.
Christiane Bettens presents us with another variation of an antiprism box.
by José Meeusen, diagrams by Jorge Jaramillo
Just in time for the holidays, Jorge Jaramillo presents us with improved diagrams of José Meeusen's Deco Star.
Diagrams for a modular with color change. You can assemble 12 or 30 units. Kami or thicker duo paper is recommended. Scrapbook paper works well, making the result sturdier.
Diagrams for a color-change modular, 12 or 30 units, though like most polyhedral designs, the latter is more attractive. The flower petals are of one color, and the flower centers and background are of another color.
Paolo Bascetta presents us with a creative, new Sierpinski 3D fractal created by stacking.
Paul Jackson celebrates the Year of the Dog by contributing Barking Dog 1, an action model.
by Mukul Achawal
Diagrams for a color-change modular made from 30 rectangles.
For those who were not able to meet Viviane Berty as a special guest at the 2018 OrigamiUSA Convention, here is a gift from Viviane!
Here are diagrams for Stella Lefty by Francisco Mancini, taught by Char Morrow at the 2018 OrigamiUSA Convention.
Diagrams for the face of a monkey you can wear as a mask!
by Brians Tjipto
To celebrate the Golden Dog Year, Brians Tjipto designed a dog in various poses.
Diagrams for a delightful strip of flowers with color change. Great for those left over strips of paper that you have been saving forever to fold something.
A technique that I discovered sometime during 2015-2017, which I will call the "cupboard fold spacer." It creates a small gap in a unit, for example one in the center-line of a Sonobe unit.
by Richard Alexander, diagrams by Michael LaFosse
Not only does Richard Alexander share his diagrams for Kanji the Dog, but he and Michael LaFosse also present us with an instructional video and a printout of Kanji you can fold to celebrate Lunar New Year of the Dog!
Dave shares with us the history of how his foxhound design came about in 1975. The article also includes a video tutorial and diagrams for a running and sitting version of the dog respectively.
Here is a beautiful and realistic poppy from Eric Vigier to help start off the New Year.
by Nobuko Okabe
Nobuko Okabe presents a spinner made from one square.
My origami journey so far, as I celebrate two milestones - 20 years of my online presence and 10 years publishing books. Also find photo instructions for folding Pentas, one of my latest designs.
Paula Versnick's beautiful Fern Leaf design from year 2000 definitely is worth a revisit. The leaf naturally takes a curved shape which gives it an organic look.
by Meenakshi Mukerji
Diagrams for a 30 unit modular with color-changed five petaled flowers. For four petaled flowers assemble 12 units.
Once again, Reza Sarvi is recreating a historic site form ancient Persia, using paper only!
Here are diagrams for a cat by Eric Vigier, for you to modify using your imagination.
By Lisa Nguyen Quang Do
Diagrams for a Yale-type cylinder lock key from a rectangle of paper, by Lisa Nguyen Quang Do.
Daniel Chang's origami is totally free from any references, and the paper to him is more like clay than a surface to grid first. As always, ten questions to reveal the way Daniel creates his paper (and more) sculptures.
Diagrams for an origami book design that can be modified to provide arbitrarily many pages.
From ancient Persia, the Bull Capital is remade by folding.
Paolo Bascetta offers a new model to ring out 2016.
Xiaoxian Huang shares her new creation just in time for Christmas: a spiral tree.
Diagrams for a turkey for the Thanksgiving season.
By Lisa Nguyen Quang Do
Diagrams for an abstract partial representation of a pair of submerged dolphins.
Diagrams for a simple modular from 2:1 rectangles, released in open access to celebrate the World Origami Days 2016.
This is a followup of my previous article, Pentakis Dodecahedron (Issue 35), featuring variation patterns. Mono paper such as copy paper or Tant is a must.
by Mukul Achawal
Diagrams for a 30 unit modular dodecahedron with color change by Mukul Achawal of India.
Here are diagrams for the peace symbol created by Hadi Tahir.
Here are the diagrams for Maria's Star, which Evan Zodl created and taught at the 2016 OrigamiUSA Convention.
Diagrams for a simple modular from squares 4" or smaller. For larger constructions though, use paper of proportion $$5:3\sqrt{3}$$, i.e., $$1:1.039$$.
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.
Enrique is special in the way he thinks, in his humor, in his creation. This interview introduces him and his work process, revealing more than usual, how he creates his cartoon-like, funny, lively models.
Photo diagrams for a 30 unit modular with subtle curves by Aldos Marcell of Nicaragua. Assemblies with other number of units possible as well.
Diagrams for an umbrella presented by Anita Raj.
Diagrams for a lovely and graceful swan inspired by Hoàng Tiến Quyết, designed by Lisa Nguyen.
by Sy Chen
Inspired by Tom Hull's Squishy Parallelepipeds, Sy Chen presents us with an one-piece Arrow to Heart transformation, which he will teach at the 2016 OrigamiUSA Convention.