One of the most popular and basic origami geometric shapes is the "water bomb," which is a simple inflated cube. With a few extra folds and only a minor shift in approach, a more complex geometric shape can be achieved. This 24-faced, 3-dimensional object is formed using 8 id ...more
Make a Blow Up Origami Ball
This linked modular origami ball, composed of many touching triangles, reminds us of building those large bridges and skyscrapers with our plastic link toys as a kid. This modular origami ball works on the same premise, only it's made of paper. Before you embark on folding th ...more
When you have to use 18 individual pieces to create an origami project, you know it's going to be hard. Thankfully, with this video you'll be guided through exactly how to maneuver every crease and fold. Check out this advanced origami tutorial to learn how to compose an impr ...more
Before you embark on folding this cool empty-centered origami modular ball, be warned: This is not for the butterfingers or beginner origami students among us. With a multitude of sides and a delicate balance of paper that keeps the ball from collapsing in on itself, this is o ...more
If you are interested in making something cool from scratch using paper, then next tutorial should help. this video is showing you how to make an easy cool looking origami ball from scratch. It's easy to follow and can be used for a bunch of different reasons, including playin ...more
This video shows how to create an origami ball that can be playable for kids. A simple tutorial for everybody to create an origami ball. Video: .
1st Origami tutorial video in months!! I show you how to make a kusudama Origami ball in the Diana Variation Video: .
The origami magic ball is a very popular but few tutorials show you how to make one in greater detail than this four part series. This complicated paper design takes a little while to create but is worth it in the end when you have a totally unique, fluffy new toy to play with ...more
Tutorial of how to quickly make and Origami Magic Ball! Get a piece of 20x40cm paper. Fold along side in 32 equal parts, by repeatedly folding the paper in half - using genderless folds. Fold the short side in 8 equal parts- using valley folds. Turn the sheet over and start di ...more
First of all, we're not going to lie: This butterfly ball origami project is not a simple one to fold. In fact, you should only attempt it if you're an intermediate or advanced origami student. Second, we have no idea why this star-like object is called a butterfly ball (perha ...more
First of all you need a standard paper of size 8 by 11.5 inches and a scissors. Step1. Take one corner of the paper and then fold it to meet the other side. Now press the diagonal and then crease it. Step2. Use the scissors to cut off the extra portion from the bottom of the ...more
What better way to have a ball than to make one? Paper works fine. In this tripartite paper folding video tutorial, you'll learn how to make your very own magic ball from the woody stuff using the ancient Japanese art of paper folding. Part 1 of 3 - How to Make an origami magi ...more
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make an origami butterfly ball. Begin by making a water bomb base with a squared paper. To do this, fold the paper both horizontally and vertically in half. Then fold the paper diagonally in half on both sides. The paper should have ...more
With this guide, you'll learn how to make a folded-paper flower balls with origami, the traditional art of Japanese paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding process, as well as to get started making your own decorative flower balls, ...more
Looking to add specimens to your paper garden? Make a simple paper flower balls with origami, the traditional Japanese art of paper folding. This free origami video lesson presents complete instructions for making your own paper flower balls from folded paper. For more informa ...more
This video was about how to create an origami rice ball. First, take a piece of square paper and turn it so that the corners are in the form of a compass. Now fold the paper's top corner and bring it towards the bottom. Then unfold it and fold the left edge to to right edge. N ...more
Ever wonder how to make an amazing piece of art just using paper and some glue? This video takes you through the step-by-step process of how to make a Transforming Spike Ball. The video includes the materials needed, and a video demonstration of all the steps that you will nee ...more
In this tutorial, I will show you how to make an Origami flower ball. Welcome to our Origami and Quilling for beginners series :) In this videos we use Paper Art to do some cool things that you can sell them, give them like a gift and more :)Enjoy! Video: .
Learn how to fold a trampoline origami design. This squishy paper object is somewhat advanced, but makes a great ornament or desk accessory!
All sorts of things can be made from origami: cranes, elephants, dragons, and even flowers. But have you ever seen an origami ball? This video will teach you how to fold your very own origami ball our of a piece of paper.
Check out these instructions for making the origami magic ball which makes the collapse of the origami magic ball way easier!!!
Learn how to make an origami paper ball for kids. This origami animation is brief and to the point. If you are looking for a no frills origami tutorial, this video is for you!
Fun modular origami butterfly ball model made from 12 units. After assembled, toss it in the air and give it a whack. The model will burst apart and butterflies will fall to the floor.
This video should help you to make and understand how to do folds in an origami "magic ball."
Here's an easy modular ball to fold and assemble with an origami technique.
A nice complicated modular origami by Mio Tsugawa ( http://puupuu.ojaru.jp). Made from 30 modular origami units, I made 10 green and 20 yellow to make a "stripe" on the ball.
Want to create a neat looking decorative item using just paper? Origami is the answer. The Origami Cherry Blossom paper ball created in this video by Tomoko Fuse requires papers, dexterity and a toothpick if the presenter is to be believed. The first steps consist of creating ...more
Check out this video to learn how to assemble the modular ball.
These instructional animated slides teach you how to easily fold a paper glove and ball for baseball. Learn how to use the Japanese art of origami to make your own ball and glove. Use the start, stop, forward and back buttons to easily follow along. You can also speed up the i ...more
These instructional animated slides teach you how to easily fold a paper ball and mitt for baseball. Learn how to use the Japanese art of origami to make your own baseball and mitt. Use the start, stop, forward and back buttons to easily follow along. You can also speed up the ...more
These are step-by-step instructions on how to fold a Japanese paper ball (Kusudama). These are very cool origami decorations and can be hung all around the house, and these paper balls are also an excellent decorations or Christmas tree ornaments. This modular origami model re ...more
This icosidodecahedron can serve as Christmas tree ball!! Easy folding, even easier assembly. Barbabellaatje has been providing us with origami instructional videos for the past year. Always exciting to see a new origami video from this Dutch artist. This origami video demonst ...more
If you like origami and you like to have water balloon fights then you’ll love making and using this origami water bomb. You can fold a piece of paper into a closed ball that you can fill with water and soak your friends. This is a necessity to learn as the summer nears. Pract ...more
This video provides instrucion on how to make an origami kusudama - or a modular origami ball. This model requires 30 units.
Origami a whole fleet of these and you'll have your own army of unstoppable origami war machines that can blow up some paper aliens. This video will show you how to make these paper tanks and paper spaceships. The two are actually quite similar, but if you want to concentrate ...more
How to Make Lettuce or Cabbage from Polymer Clay for Miniature Doll House. The demonstrator shows us how to make Lettuce or Cabbage from clay. Take a green color clay, and make it into a small ball, then harden it by using a blow dryer. Take another small ball, heat it with y ...more
Make a Japanese kusudama, or as it is more commonly known a 3D paper medicine ball. It resembles origami but much more fun. This modular origami model requires 20 units.
To make a rainbow, blow up three tube-shape white balloons, twist the bottom ends of the three balloons together, then braid the balloons together like you would for your hair. Twist the top ends of the balloons together. This will now be the cloud that your rainbow will be si ...more
Kipkay never fails to impress, and this so-called "condom hack pack" is no exception. Who knew there were so many useful uses for a condom besides the obvious! In this Kipkay two-part video, learn how to hack condoms for nine different uses. One condom hack is the "condom fir ...more
Guy Fawkes Night (or Day as it's known stateside, and commonly called Bonfire, Cracker, or Fireworks night) celebrates the anniversary of Catholic conspirators attempting to blow up the Parliament houses in London. Celebrated on November 5th, Guy Fawkes is traditionally hung i ...more
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make paper cube. Begin by folding the paper diagonally in half and cut the bottom bottom edge off to make a squared paper. Open the paper up and fold diagonally on the other side. Open it up and pinch in the two upper corners. Align ...more
This modular origami ball requires thirty (30) units. After folding all the pieces, assemble them as shown to make a spiked ball.
blow up ball on water and the first team to get though the goal wins.any guy in the ball maybe, chris, steveo or dave ...i have loads more ideas . . .
This video origami tutorial shows how to make a sham. Modular origami differs from basic origami in that multiple pieces of paper are used instead of just one. Learn how to fold this modular origami sham ball by watching this instructional video.
In this video Phil teaches us how to use a good ball position when using irons and woods. He starts by saying you are going to want to the ball to be in different positions with different clubs because its going to make a difference. Starting with an iron it is important that ...more
This model is a modular origami 6 unit ball. Diagrams on Yurii and Katrin Shumakov's website: http://library.thinkquest.org/27152/towns/oriville/oriver/practice/05.htm
This is an instructional video on how to fold a five intersecting tetrahedra dodecahedron, or more simply, call it a spiky ball. All you'll need for this modular origami project is ten sheets of paper in five colors and a lot of patience. Watch this video origami tutorial and ...more
Watch this instructional origami video to fold an origami balloon. Kami fusen is the Japanese phrase for paper balloon. When you are finished folding your origami balloon, don't forget to blow it up!
This video from Watchmojo.com will show you how to fold your very own origami paper balloon. Blow it up to amaze your friends with your awesome origami skills.
Colhane teaches us to prepare a pair of binoculars to make fire. If you prepare in advance it is much easier. 1. Get a pair of binoculars that has removable lenses. 2. Make a tinder ball out of grass. Make sure to grind the grass around to expose the fibers. 3. Take some jute ...more
This origami project is fun if for no other reason than we get to blow into it at the end of folding and turn it from flat to so phat (sorry). This origami cube is simple and quick to make and is a great introductory project for origami beginners who are looking to increase th ...more
With this guide, you'll learn how to make a medicine ball from 30 sheet sheets of folded paper using origami, the traditional art of Japanese paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding process, as well as to get started making your ow ...more
Looking for a next-level origami project? Make a 3D paper medicine ball or kusudama! With this guide, you'll learn how to make a paper kusudama using origami, the traditional art of Japanese paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding ...more
How to make an origami spinner which you hold in each hand with the tips only of your palms and then blow on it and it will spin. Follow along with this visual demonstration to learn how to make your own origami spinner.
A kusu what?? Learn how to create a kusudama, or a paper medicine ball made with multiple identical pyrimidal units, by watching this video. The kusudama is a very important stepping stone into modular origami but is different from that origami genre because all the individua ...more
In this Arts & Crafts video tutorial you will learn how to make an 18-unit curler kusudama with origami. Kusudama is a Japanese paper ball that is made out of a large number of smaller shapes glued together. This video will show you how to do this without the need to sew or gl ...more
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to fold an origami water bomb. Users will need a square paper. Begin by folding the paper in half both horizontally and vertically. Then fold the paper diagonally in half both ways. Now fold the edges into the middle to form an isoscel ...more
You will need round shaped balloons. Blow up your balloon the size of a fist. If you make it too big, it is hard to work with. Next, take a balloon and cut off the neck. Stretch the balloon over the inflated one. Repeat these steps until you have a bouncy balloon ball. Make a ...more
Need some advice for playing golf? Well, Sports Illustrated has this video tutorial that will show you how to create a descending blow on the golf course. These tips from SI and professional golfer Brian Mogg will teach you how to create the perfect descending blow so that you ...more
Here's my version of his icosahedron: I colored it in this one so that you can see the pentagonal faces of a dodecahedron: Here I made one that looks like a cube: Some of my students asked me how to make these and they took it a step further and made something based off of ...more