source : ORU magazine by John Montroll

Click on the diagrams :

Diagrams level 1 (easy)

Diagrams level 2 (intermediate)

Diagrams level 3 (complex)

Origami with subway tickets
(if you don't have subway tickets, use a rigid paper of 6.6 cm x 3 cm)

Level 1 (easy)

source : Origami Tanteidan Convention #6
by Kimura Yoshihisa
                Samourai Helmet

                Crane (1/2)
                Crane (2/2)

                Pigeon removed due to copyright reasons

Level 2 (intermediate)

These diagrams were found on the Web :                

Catamaran by Marteen van Gelder                

Butterfly by Michael LaFosse                

Daffy Duck by Carlos Gonzales Santamaria                

source : Viva Origami by Jun Maekawa

Level 3 (complex)

source : Origami Tanteidan Convention #6
by Komatsu Hideo
                These diagrams were found on the Web :

                Praying mantis (.pdf) by Robert J. Lang

                Biplane (.pdf) by Marc Kirschenbaum

                Black Rhinoceros (.pdf) by Ronald Khoh

                Wasp (.pdf) by J. Anibal Voyer

Origami with subway tickets

Cobra (1/4)                
Cobra (2/4)                
Cobra (3/4)                
Cobra (4/4)                




Fox (1/2)                
Fox (2/2)                

source : this site by Frederic Balint
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