domingo, 30 de abril de 2017

Origami Dancing Cranes | Dancing Paper

dancingJapanese designer Ugoita T. has decided to give life, in a surprising way, to golden inanimate origamis : he has designed little paper creatures and placed them on an electromagnetic stage that provokes synchronized movements. “Dancing Paper” is to discover … Continue reading

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sábado, 29 de abril de 2017

Origami Santa Claus Gallery

Origami Santa Claus GalleryWelcome to the Origami Santa Claus Gallery of Origami-Kids. Instructions to learn how to fold all of them. Enjoy our origami santa claus gallery. Learn how to fold many origami santa claus by several artists: The Origami Santa Claus by … Continue reading

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viernes, 28 de abril de 2017

Origami Blue Bar Pigeon by Seth Friedman

dove150Origami Blue Bar Designer: Seth Friedman Folder and Photo: @Origami_Kids Complexity: Hard. Folded from a classic Single Uncut square origami 50cm x 50cm white and blue origami paper. I have wanted to fold this model since I saw it. Here’s … Continue reading

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jueves, 27 de abril de 2017

Origami Simple Cat

Paper Very Simple and easy CatThis is a very simple paper cat, is easy to fold so is a great introduction to origami for kids This is a traditional 0rigami cat model. Folder and Photo: @OrigamiKids Complexity Easy. You need 2 sheets of classic uncut … Continue reading

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martes, 25 de abril de 2017

Designing Your Own Paper Airplanes

Designing Your Own Paper AirplanesDesigning Your Own Paper Airplanes The best way to begin designing your own airplanes is to modify my designs. Try adding wing tip fins to an existing design by bending the outermost half inch of the wing up or down. … Continue reading

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lunes, 24 de abril de 2017

Why Airplanes Crash?

finsIn addition to understanding the forces that affect flight, it is helpful to know some of the properties good airplanes share.Most important is the property we call STABILITY, which helps an airplane return to steady flight after a bad throw … Continue reading

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domingo, 23 de abril de 2017

Origami Hand Skeleton Video Tutorial

Origami Hand Skeleton by Jeremy ShaferAnother Origami Hand Skeleton Video Tutorial by Jeremy Shafer You must to fold this model to decorate your Halloween costume!. Ideas for Halloween! Origami Skeleton Earrings Made from uncut square 3.5 inch paper. Specifications: 1 inch wide (About 2.5cm). 2.5 … Continue reading

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sábado, 22 de abril de 2017

Paper Airplane Museum Maui – Kahului, Hawaii

Paper_Airplane_Musuem_1This museum bills itself as the “First Aviation Museum on Maui” and the “World’s Only Known Paper Airplane Museum”. It holds a collection of over 2,000 cardboard airplane models and kits as well as photos relating to Hawaii’s aviation history. … Continue reading

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viernes, 21 de abril de 2017

Papieren Vliegtuigen, Wereldrecords om na te Bouwen

Ken BlackburnVliegtuigjes vouwen doe je met oud papier. Met tentamens die je verknald hebt, met een oude krant of met aantekeningen van je vervelende broertje. Maar vliegtuigjes vouwen is geen serieuze bezigheid voor de normale mens. Ken Blackburn is duidelijk geen … Continue reading

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jueves, 20 de abril de 2017

Origami Skull by Nguyen Hung Cuong

skul2 150Nguyen Hùng Cuong is an awesome Origami artist working in this traditional art, but giving extra contemporary bites to his models. Nguyen transforms delicate papers into absolutely stunning folded creatures.He creates his original origami pieces from a handmade Vietnamese paper … Continue reading

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miércoles, 19 de abril de 2017

Origami Toilet Paper

Origami-toilet-paper-makes-you-more-brainy-in-the-toiletThe Origami toilet paper may be useful to build a creative one in your family. Having this toilet paper in the bathroom will definitely exercise their brain power and squeeze their brain juice out. The Origami toilet paper presents you … Continue reading

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lunes, 17 de abril de 2017

Few Paper Airplanes Tips From Ken Blackburn

Plane_ManFew Paper Airplanes Tips From Ken Blackburn 1. Aircraft stability (all airplanes) is improved when weight is added to the front of the plane. 2. Generally the farthest flying paper airplanes are the standard pointed ‘dart’ types. For extra distance … Continue reading

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domingo, 16 de abril de 2017

Old Guinness Records (1998): Longest Time Flying a Paper Aircraft

paper-plane-throw[1]The video is for the Record Guinness for Longest Time Flying a Paper Aircraft Launched Indoors from the Ground. The video is a recording of the previous world record. The plane flew 27.6 seconds, and was thrown by Ken Blackburn … Continue reading

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viernes, 14 de abril de 2017

Money Cat by Jo Nakashima

moneyCat500-150x150[1]Money Cat by Jo Nakashima Designer and Video Tutorial: Jo Nakashima Folder and Photo: @OrigamiKids Complexity: Easy. Time to fold 10 min. Folded from one US Dollar Bill. Coin used 1 Bolivar Fuerte of Venezuela Money Cat by Jo Nakashima … Continue reading

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jueves, 13 de abril de 2017

Make A Simple Wind Tunnel

Wind_TunnelThe following information is provided courtesy of the “Take Off!” project at the Massachusetts Corporation for Educational Telecommunications. The text and images were adapted for the web from the FAA publication “Aviation Science Activities for Elementary Grades” by MCET. (Elementary … Continue reading

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miércoles, 12 de abril de 2017

The original Origami Crane Prison Break

Origami Crane Prison BreakThis is the REAL Prison Break Paper Crane Swan Duck , with stop-motion instruction on how to make The Prison Break Origami Swan, Paper FoldingOrigami Crane How to fold, How to fly Originally posted 2012-06-01 03:53:18. Related Post How to … Continue reading

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martes, 11 de abril de 2017

Tips For Combating Kids’ Summer Boredom

avionThe school year has ended and children who eagerly looked forward to summer vacation may now be complaining about being bored! Adults can help a child overcome summer boredom by being prepared with a variety of activities that are both … Continue reading

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lunes, 10 de abril de 2017

Paper Airplane “Sky King” by Takuo Toda

1564549380_35258419001_SkyKing-F1-150x150[1]Learn how to fold your own model of Takuo Toda’s Sky King. This snub-nosed craft set a world record for longest paper airplane flight, soaring for 27.9 seconds. The Sky King is a paper airplane design that holds the world … Continue reading

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domingo, 9 de abril de 2017

Origami Cat Family by Kunihiko Kasahara

origami-cat-family-by-kunihiko-kasaharaOrigami Cat Family by Kunihiko Kasahara Designer: Kunihiko Kasahara Folder and Photo: @Origami_Kids Complexity: Easy. Time to fold 20 min. 20 steps. Folded from a one Square origami black and white paper, about 20 cm x 20 cm. Diagrams in … Continue reading

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sábado, 8 de abril de 2017

Origami Owl by Stephen Weiss

buo2150Origami Owl by Stephen Weiss Designer: Stephen Weiss. Folder and Photo: @OrigamiKids We had several days without publish a new work of origami, this time we will make a Origami Owl, of course, always using the basic techniques that we … Continue reading

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viernes, 7 de abril de 2017

History Of Paper Airplanes

nabiscoIt was during WWII that materials were in short for toys. The materials that were available had restricted use. These restrictions ruled out metal toys, thus all that was available was paper and wood.This led to airplanes as well as … Continue reading

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jueves, 6 de abril de 2017

Traditional Origami: Classic Paper Boat

Traditional Origami: Classic Paper BoatTraditional Origami: Classic Paper Boat Folder and Photo: @Origami_Kids The Traditional Classic Boat is a fun decorative origami design and really floats! Here is my StopMotion instructions that help you to fold your own origami Classic Boat. Perfect for beginners. … Continue reading

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miércoles, 5 de abril de 2017

Origami Alphabet by Jo Nakashima

Origami AlphabetAlphabet Origami introduces you to origami, the Japanese art of Paper folding. Origami can be enjoyed by both children and adults. These video tutoriales shows you how to CREATE Alphabet capital letters with paper. Let’s fold paper and spell out … Continue reading

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Inspired By Origami An Animated Typeface: The Typogami

typogamiDesigned by Dutch studio Calango, Typogami is an animated typeface that is inspired by origami and features letters that appear like they have been folded from paper. Users can play around with Typogami by tweaking its color, fold angles, shadow … Continue reading

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Ten-Sided Yin-Yang Globe by Oschene (by Philip Chapman-Bell)

Ten-Sided-Yin-Yang-Globe-by-OscheneTen-Sided Yin-Yang Globe by Oschene (Philip Chapman-Bell) This is the assembly of a modular kirigami model. Templates and a step-by-step video tutorial are available in the post Designer: Oschene (Philip Chapman-Bell) Folder and Photo: @Origami_Kids Complexity: Easy. Time to fold … Continue reading

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martes, 4 de abril de 2017

Origami Graffiti Art

origamiGraffiti2New Origami Graffiti Art Might Be a Banksy Original! Finding a new Banksy piece is like opening a long-awaited birthday present, so you can imagine our delight when we got wind that the world’s most beloved graffiti artist might be … Continue reading

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lunes, 3 de abril de 2017

Who said that folding paper boats is boring?

paperboat bigArtist Sails the River Thames in an Origami Paper Boat. More than just a paper boat, this by artist Frank Bolter from Germany was made from giant sheets of paper and folded using origami techniques. Safely reinforced “with metal poles, … Continue reading

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sábado, 1 de abril de 2017

Origami Neko (Cat) by Jo Nakashima

Origami_Neko_-Jo_Nakashima-150x150[1]Origami Neko (Cat) by Jo Nakashima Designer: Jo Nakashima Folder and Photographer: @Origami_Kids Difficulty level: Medium. Time to fold 20 min. Folded from a one classic Black and White Single Uncut square origami paper, about 25cm x 25cm. Folding Instructions … Continue reading

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