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Origami

Origami
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John Amiel Derain

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Transcript of Origami


Origami

Types of Origami
There are 13 different types of origami and there called Action origami, Business card origami, candy wrapper origami, crease patterns, Dollar bill origami, Golden venture folding, Modular origami, Origami quilts, Origami tessellation, Palm weaving, Pure and pureland origami, Strip origami, Toilet origami, Wet folding origami.
Action Origami
Action origami is origami that can be animated or moved. The original traditional origami action model is the flapping bird. There are also other things you can make with action origami like rabbits, frogs, birds, dogs, other animals, plants, eyes, lips, hearts, spinning tops, and modular.
Business card origami
The business card origami is basically origami that uses cards like index cards or business cards. The reason why they use business cards instead of other types of paper is because business cards are more thicker. Business card origami relies on the thickness of the card, for example the jumping frog, for it to jump the paper has to be thick.
Candy Wrapper Origami
The candy wrapper origami is basically what the title says, its a type of origami that uses candy wrappers instead of normal paper.
Crease Patterns
Crease patterns is a type of origami that consist of all or most of the creases in the final model, that is made into an image. Crease patterns are usually used for making diagrams of complex and super-complex models. The use of crease patterns originated with designers such as Neal Elias, who used them to record how they made there models. This keeps the more creative designers to keep track of there models. But soon the crease patterns were also used as a way for designers to communicate there ideas between other designers.
Dollar Bill Origami
Dollar Bill origami is what the name says. Its origami that uses dollar bills instead of printing paper.
Modular origami or unit origami is a paper folding Technique which uses two or more sheets of paper to create large and more complex structure that would not be possible using single piece origami techniques. Each sheet of paper is folded into a module, or a unit, and then the modules are assembled into an integrated flat shape or 3-dimensional Structure by inserting flaps into pockets created by folding process. These insertions create tension or friction that holds the model together.
Modular Origami
Origami quilts is when paper is folded into units then joined together to make something beautiful like the picture in the left.
Origami Quilts
There are 4 categories in this type of origami. The first one is called.....
Origami tessellation
Classic
Classic is the most common of all 4 of them. Fujimoto a japanese origami master that published books that included origami tessellations in the 1960s till now. Classic is based on two shapes, the hexagon and the square.
Recursive
Recursive tessellation are unique. The concept here is to make the same fold in a smaller scale on one square in a repetitive way. A classic recursive model is the Hydrangea made by Fujimoto.
Back and Forth, or Organic Tessellation
This type of tessellation is simple done by folding one row back and two rows are folded forth. Then you just keep repeating the steps.
Corrugation
This type of tessellation does not use triple or more layers. The entire original paper is visible to the eye. The pattern that is used for the Corrugation is mostly in the form of waves.
Reference
Origami USA
Wikipedia.com
Origami Resource Center
Youtube.com
Palm weaving is the folding and weaving of strips of palm leaves. You can make anything you like weaving palm, but there is a traditional of making religious symbols representing Easter.
Palm Weaving
Most people know origami as the Japanese art of paper folding where a single sheet of paper is folded into a model without the use of tape, glue, scissors, or other tools. Its not exactly true, the rule with no scissors, glue, tape, or other tools only work with pure origami.
Pure and Pureland Origami
Strip origami or strip folding can also be called Origami Fringe because it is a combination of paper folding and paper weaving.
Strip Origami
This type of origami is often seen in upscale hotels where the cleaning staff will fold the first sheet of toilet paper into a triangle. Toilet paper origami is the origami style of folding toilet paper. There are two ways to fold toilet paper, the first way is to fold the sheet while it is still attached to the role or just fold a single sheet of toilet paper.
Toilet Paper Origami
Wet folding origami is an origami technique developed by Akira Yoshizawa that uses water to dampen the paper so that it can be manipulated more easily. wet folding is often used by professional folders for non-geometric origami, such as animals.
Wet folding Origami
Golden Venture Origami
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