This origami video shows how to make a 4 point star. This is the traditional "throwing star" or "ninja star." It can be made from two one dollar bills or a square sheet cut in half to make two rectangles.
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A full guide to making the perfect ninja star. I've seen loads of videos of how to make Ninja Stars, and I don't have a clue what they mean. So I decided to make this how to video on paper ninja stars (aka shurikens) and it's easier to understand and follow, especially for you ...more
Everybody knows what a ninja star is, but what about a shuriken? A shuriken is the exact same thing as a ninja star: a weapon in the form of a star with blades or points. It's a missile in martial arts. It's a ninja's best friend. But for some of you, shurikens might be too da ...more
These origami ninja stars have been modified to include a small box for storing everything from candy for a celebration to your keys. Made out of a square piece of foil origami tissue paper, these storage boxes are perfect for summer celebrations or birthday parties. Make the ...more
Ninja stars are pretty cool. They are easy to throw and make fun toys as well as decorations. In this tutorial, learn how to fold your own star using Japanese origami techniques. This star turns out very polished looking but is actually pretty easy to fold. So, grab some paper ...more
Shuriken are the ancient Japanese weapons you've seen ninja warriors use in the movies. Their name literally translates as "sword hidden in the hand". In this tutorial you'll learn how to make a shuriken out of paper in a few fairly simple steps. But while this throwing star i ...more
How To Make A Paper Shuriken (Ninja Star). Be sure to click on Chapter Two for the final step, with better detailed explanation. The first video is just a visual demonstration on how to fold a ninja star. Part 1 of 2 - How to Make a paper shuriken (ninja star). Part 2 of 2 - ...more
Folding a paper ninja star is like riding a bike - once you learn how, you'll never forget. Watch this video to learn how to make a paper ninja star, also known as a shuriken. All you need is one 8.5 by 11 sheet of paper to make your own ninja star.
This is an 8 pointed ninja star that can be thrown either as the ninja star or the frisbee way. Also known as a shuriken. It is constructed from 8 square pieces of paper/sticky notes. Watch this video for good directions on folding your own ninja star. Have fun and enjoy yours ...more
This video origami tutorial shows how to fold any piece of paper into a 7-pointed shuriken, or Japanese ninja star. Every good ninja should know how to make their own shuriken. Follow along with this instructional video and learn how to fold your own 7-pointed shuriken ninja s ...more
This is an 4 pointed ninja star or shuriken. You need a regular sheet of paper or a origami square sheet of paper, also scissors are optional for constructing this 4 pointed ninja star.
If you're interested in making a giant origami ninja star, this tutorial is for you. OIn the video you'll be using foil to make the ninja star a very cool looking thing. You can use multiple layers to make it heavier. It's something cool that you and your friends will like. En ...more
In this Arts & Crafts video tutorial you are going to learn how to fold an origami ninja star. Take a normal paper. Fold it diagonally from one corner and cut off the extra portion to make a square. Fold it in half and cut into 2 rectangles. Fold each piece in half along the l ...more
In this Weapons video tutorial you are going to learn how to make a paper shuriken (or ninja star). Take a square size paper and cut it into half. Then fold each piece in half lengthwise. Fold one end to make a triangle and fold the other end in the opposite direction to make ...more
This video tutorial is in the Arts & Crafts category where you will learn how to make a magic paper ninja star. For this you will need 8 sheets of square paper, all of the same size. Fold one sheet in half, open it up and fold both corners of one edge inwards along the centerl ...more
Fold your own eight pointed transforming ninja star! This is a modular origami model, where you will join eight identical modular pieces together to form the star. You can even make this out of Post-It notes, or any square paper!
Aspiring ninjas, come hither! In this video, learn how to fold a sharp origami ninja star with paper and your folding skills! Get step-by-step instructions on how to fold this super ninja weapon out of paper in this free video.
Check out this video to learn how to make a paper ninja star by folding paper and licking it.
With this guide, you'll learn how to fold a colorful ninja star from two sheets of paper using origami, the traditional Japanese folk art of paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding process, as well as to get started making your own ...more
Here is a step by step tutorial video on how to make an origami shuriken. A shuriken is a cool Japanese concealed weapon and is also known as a ninja star. This video is a silent demontration, but there is text to guide through the process of folding your own shuriken.
To make an 8 sided ninja star first you need to take a sheet of the paper you are using and fold this in half, the short way. Unfold this so you have a crease. Now, fold the corners into the center crease. Do this to the top corners. Now, flip this over and fold over the botto ...more
This video demonstrates how to create an origami ninja star. Prepare a square shaped piece of paper. Lay it down on a table or on a flat surface. Fold the paper right across the middle in a vertical orientation. Fold it once more in the same manner as the first fold, now creat ...more
In this Weapons video tutorial you will learn how to fold a ninja star (shuriken) out of paper. Take a square piece of paper and fold it in half and tear it off to get two pieces of rectangular paper. Fold each piece of paper in half lengthwise. Then fold one end of each paper ...more
Hi, welcome to this origami video! This origami video is a great tutorial on how to make a transforming shuriken(ninja disk). What you need: 2 pieces of paper scissors(optional,easier) PATIENCE This wonderful piece of origami is broken up into units(different parts) so it a ...more
Following a kind of silly little skit, this video will teach you how to make a double-sided, origami version of a shuriken throwing star. Shuriken are the throwing star weapons you've seen ninjas use in the movies. If you've already made the single-sided shuriken, this is a go ...more
Secure a square-shaped piece of paper preferably six inches long on both sides. Cut the square paper into two equal halves. Fold one piece longitudinally right at the middle. Open the fold and refold it horizontally, on the shorter side. Refold the longitudinal crease you made ...more
This video origami tutorial shows how to fold any piece of paper into a shuriken, or Japanese ninja star. Every good ninja should know how to make their own shuriken. Follow along with this instructional video and learn how to fold your own.
Real ninja starts are dangerous. But you can have some much softer and safer paper ninja starts to play with. Making them might just be as fun as playing with them. If you’re not feeling like a ninja, you can make them as decorations or to give to friends. Whether you’re a pa ...more
What's better than a paper ninja star, or shuriken? A shiny paper ninja star, of course! Leave those blase plain white paper stars in the recycling bin or toss them to a frenemy. These sparkly and multifaceted ninja stars may look shiny and pretty when your enemy beholds them ...more
If you're interested in making a ninja star from scratch using non fatal equipment, then check out this tutorial. It's a very simple project that requires a regular square piece of paper and the right folding lines and it should be simple. So check it out, pay attention, and e ...more
Attention aspiring ninjas! Before you report for duty be sure to arm yourself with enough ninja stars to last you for days. In this video, learn how to make a ninja star (for throwing) out of paper.
Adam shows you how to make samurai armor and a ninja death star for filmmakers on a low budget. You'll need spray paint, cardboard, scissors, and masking tape.
Learn how to make a throwing star out of paper. This video demonstrates how to make the popular paper shuriken. Ninja stars are fun, simple projects. Directions are easy, may take a little practice. Remember never throw this shuriken at people or animals.
This video shows us how to make a paper ninja star easily. Firstly you need is 2 sheets of paper, tape and scissors. Firstly take the first piece of paper and fold it into half and then fold it in half the same way. And then fold it in half in the opposite way and then do the ...more
This tutorial demonstrates how to make Ninja stars out of 2 pieces of lined notebook paper. Lined paper make your star look cooler and help you keep track of your folds. Fold you paper into five equal sections with a small section left over at the top. This is about five and a ...more
This video illustrates how to make paper ninja stars. This process includes the following steps.Step 1Take a sheet of printer paper and scissor.Step 2Fold it and cut it into two halves.Step 3:Fold one half of the rectangular piece again into half.Step 4:Fold the right end diag ...more
Perhaps you've already learned how to make the standard origami ninja throwing star, and you want to take it to the next level. You want something that really flies, and has enough heft to knock over lamps in your living room and cause other sorts of property damage. Well, the ...more
It's December 11th. Only 14 days left until Christmas. But today is something more than just a countdown date for the quintessential holiday—it's Angry Birds Day, which marks the one-year anniversary of the popular mobile video game. Today, Angry Birds fans around the world w ...more
Being an origami beginner doesn't mean you have to relegate your folding wanderings to measly cranes (though all that folding practice isn't a bad thing) and ninja stars or lucky stars. In fact, at the beginner level of origami making you can actually fold a few pieces that l ...more
Erik Beck from Indy Mogul shows you how to build budget ninja weapons (ninja swords and stars) for your film projects.
In this four-part tutorial, you'll learn how to create realistic 3D ninja throwing stars with Adobe Photoshop and Cinema 4D. Whether you're new to MAXON's popular 3D modeling application or are just looking to get better acquainted with Cinema 4D and its various features and f ...more
Hey wizards! I've compiled a list of all the Sun, Moon and Star spells you can learn, who to learn it from and what level is required to use it. Sorry, no pics. Scroll down to the bottom for links.Solar Spell List Enchantments Cloak - 0 pips Effect: Cloak a Ward or Charm Locat ...more
How to make a paper shuriken aka ninja throwing star. All you need is one sheet of 8.5 by 11 paper. Ninja stars are fun, but be sure to be careful not to hurt anyone with it. A shuriken is a cool Japanese weapon.
Last week, a waiter showed me something pretty neat. A habitual customer had made a tradition of leaving behind an impressive tip—not so much in terms of dollar amount, but in the presentation. Next to the check sat an amazing pyramidal structure, folded with multiple single d ...more
What's better than one origami boomerang that comes back to you all cool-like? Two origami boomerangs taped together, of course! Now of course you're thinking, "but that's not a boomerang at all and it won't come back to you!," but check out this video and you'll see there's a ...more
The chainring is without a doubt the most intimidating part of a bicycle. It looks like a ninja star from hell, and working with it can be difficult. This video features a professional mountain bike mechanic demonstrating how to install a chainring on your bike yourself. If yo ...more
It's been almost a century since we've last seen Kid Icarus start in his own game! The result of Project Sora, Kid Icarus will be released for the Nintendo 3DS! The 3DS was unveiled at the conference: Analog Stick Sensors Graphic update 3D Slider (decide how much 3D you want ...more
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This video will teach how to make a pinwheel. Learn how to fold a ninja star out of paper. Part 1 of 2 - How to Make an origami pinwheel. Part 2 of 2 - How to Make an origami pinwheel.
In the perpetual search for a renewable and convenient energy source, our bacterial friends have once again stolen the limelight. Since bacteria multiply so fast, they are the ultimate renewable resource. And since they are living organisms, their metabolism produces by-produ ...more
In this tutorial you'll learn how to fold a nice star from paper without the need for glue or scissors Step 1: Get the Paper This Origami is modular, this means it consits of more than one sheet. You'll need Nine Sheets . The sheets need to be squares. The color of the backs ...more
Cater your next geek fest with the services of online bakery Geeky Cookies. Available in sets of a dozen, each in the $20-$25 range. Mario, Zelda, or Star Trek... pick your favorite geek treat. Star Fleet Badges U.S.S. Enterprise Away Team ...more
Rovio created one of the first mobile gaming hit franchises with Angry Birds, so perhaps it is surprising that, aside from a promotional mini-game developed with Zappar, the company has yet to adapt the game to augmented reality via ARKit. Halfbrick Studios, maker of the hit ...more
No matter what your holiday preference, you're probably aware that Christmas is now just days away. By now, you've already decked your halls with boughs of holly (either physically or virtually), thanks to our last holiday app roundup. With that in mind, let's take a look at ...more
When WhatsApp first came out in 2010, it quickly gained notoriety as a great way to meet new people all over the world thanks to group chats, which lets there be multiple admins for each group who could all add participants from their own contacts lists. As a repair tech, I w ...more
It may not be as large as the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, but the Galaxy S3's screen size is still big enough to make iPhone owners cry themselves to sleep. The 4.8-inch AMOLED display with 720 x 1280 pixels makes the GS3 a great mobile companion—and an even better portable gaming ...more