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Friday, May 24, 2013

Origami Spotlight 5/23/13

Hey dudes! Here is origami spotlight. I have been learning to code C++ and SFML to make games. Anyway, here it is.

An origami dragon designed to be a Dungeons and Dragons miniature! It looks really cool! go here to check out the original page and see more!


Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Origami Spotlight 3/26/13

The origami dress by oasiaris on deviantart here.

Have fun and keep on foldin'!


Saturday, March 16, 2013

Origami Spotlight 3/16/13

Hey guys! Here is the latest Origami Spotlight from Enjoy!

                                         The origami lizard by Brian Chan.

Monday, March 11, 2013

Origami Spotlight 3/11/13

Hi everyone! I've been busy and finally had time to post (this is the second post of the day!)! Here is Origami Spotlight.

Here is the origami crab from


Origami Dragons Part 3

Hello everyone! PikachuPal123456 here to show you how to make finish your origami dragons. I'm going to try a better format for the tutorials.

Take the top flap and fold it down (You should fold it a bit lower. I did it higher than I should have. I also did the wings weird. Just ignore it.). Flip over, and repeat.

Now, fold the top flaps of the bottom points to make the feet. Flip over and repeat (I made it kinda confusing; just look at the picture.).

Your dragon is done! 

-Thanks for reading!

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

How to Make Origami Dragons Part 2

Sorry for the wait! Here is the second part of the adorable dragons.

   Start with Part 1.

Open up the top. Squash fold it down (look at picture).
Flip over, and repeat.

Inside-reverse fold the left tip on the bottom and repeat on the right (look at pictures).

Pinch part way down the neck (choose a side) and flatten (look in the photo). Reverse fold the crest. {OPTIONAL Fold the tail in and back out like shown in the photo.}

Look for Part 3 soon to finish the dragon.

Monday, January 28, 2013

How to Make Origami Dragons Part 1

Hi, guys! Origami Dragons are here! Here is Part 1 of the instructions.

First, fold the paper in half so that it is a triangle, and in half again to make it smaller.


Pop the flap up, and squash down. Flip over, and repeat.

Now, fold the sides into the the middle and then fold the top flap down (look in pictures).    Unfold.

Look on for Part 2 soon!


Sunday, January 27, 2013


Cute, huh? These adorable dragons are the new additions to the O-V Crew! They live in our dragon exhibit in the O-V zoo! Instructions are coming soon!


Origami Spotlight

Hi, everyone! This is the first Origami Spotlight, which is where a cool origami found on the web is showcased here on Origami-Verse. Here is the Origami Griffin (Gryphon on the site). This one looks really cool!

How to Make an Origami Ninja Star

This is a tutorial on how to make an origami Ninja Star

 First, fold a square sheet of paper in half. Unfold.

 Cut along the ling created in the center where we creased the paper.

 Take one half. Fold in half lengthwise so the rectangle is skinny.

 Now, fold in half the other way so it's shorter. Unfold.

 You must pay close attention to this step. Fold the top corner down so that the edge  meets your crease (look at the picture). Fold the bottom the opposite way. 

 Now, do the same thing with the other half of the paper but fold the last step the opposite way (Look at picture).

Take one half. Flip it over. Like in the second picture, fold the "square" on the top so that it makes a "triangle". Repeat for the bottom "square". If you fold the other way the model  will become a rhombus O_o. Not good ^_^. Repeat for your other half.

 Now, take the top "triangle" of one of the model's halves and fold it down into the rest or the piece. Then do the same for the bottom (Look in the picture. I know, it's kinda confusing O_o ^_^.).

  Repeat for the other half.

 *THIS IS THE HARDEST PART!!! PAY VERY CLOSE ATTENTION AND FOLLOW THE PICTURES!!!* Put one half on top of the other as if they were "eating" each other. Tuck one flap into the opening in the first (LOOK AT THE PICTURE). Do for the second flap. Flip over and repeat for the other side.

(Sorry, the picture's blurry because I had to zoom and couldn't get close enough.) You're now finished with your Ninja Star! If you used printer paper it should be able to fly through the air (*IF YOU DO DECIDE To THROW IT YOU CANNOT THROW AT PEOPLE BECAUSE THE POINTS ARE VERY SHARP AND COULD POKE SOMEONE'S EYE OUT*). Make this origami with multiple sheets of colored paper (one color for one half and one for the other) for a cool affect.