Move Origami

How To : Origami a fun origami moving cube

It's true that much of traditional origami is static - lillies, dogs, and cranes that sit still and look pretty, at the most capable of lifting a wing or tail up in pathetic movement. Surprise yourself and friends by creating this origami moving cube, which shockingly moves 3 ...more

How To : Create a 3D origami moving cube with Jo Nakashima

Take classic origami moving cubes to the third dimension by attempting this box-like version of moving cubes, which moves on both the x and y axes. This amazing craft can be shaped into as many forms as you can make with Legos. Watch this video by origami folder Jo Nakashima ...more

How To : Fold moving cubes with modular origami

This video origami tutorial shows how to use the traditional Japanese art of paper folding to make shapes; in this case, moving cubes. Modular origami differs from traditional origami in that it requires multiple sheets of paper. Learn how to fold moving modular origami cubes ...more

How To : Make a moving paper butterfly toy with origami

Looking to add specimens to your paper menagerie? With this guide, you'll learn how to make a moving paper butterfly toy from a folded sheet of square paper using origami, the traditional art of Japanese paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of ...more

How To : Make a simple origami bird with a moving mouth

Are you a big fan of origami but scared to try it out yourself for fear that your creations will turn out more like balled up pieces of paper than strong, sturdy shapes? We hear you. It's true that there's a lot of difficult origami projects out there (just the thought of mod ...more

How To : Make a moving paper bull toy with origami

Looking to add specimens to your paper menagerie? Make a bull toy with origami, the traditional Japanese art of paper folding. This free origami video lesson presents complete instructions for making your own bulls from a sheet of folded paper. For more information, and to get ...more

How To : Craft origami moving cubes without glue

You'll put Mr. Lance Burton out of business once you acquire how to make these easy but impressive magic cubes. Made out of many thin sheets of paper, these cubes are attached to one another without glue or tape and move a full 360 degrees. The magic cubes are incredibly easy ...more

How To : Fold a cute origami fish for beginners

Are you sitting in class just a few minutes before the bell rings, and you swear every time you look at the clock that minute hand keeps going backwards or getting stuck rather than moving forward to your freedom? Then power through those last horrendous minutes by crafting t ...more

How To : Fold an adorable lifelike origami snail

If there is a cuter origami snail out there then we haven't seen it. This origami snail, made entirely from paper, looks like the real thing, only more adorable. Check out the video to learn how to crease and fold your way into slow-moving awesomeness. With rainy season come ...more

How To : Fold a very easy dollar bill ring

If you're sitting in class wondering why the clock seems to have its minute hand stuck and unable to move itself to 2 PM so you can get the hell out of school, pass the time quickly by folding this fun origami dollar bill ring. Easy and cool, it's a great way to hone your orig ...more

How To : Make an origami candy dish

The video shows how to make an origami candy dish. Fold your origami paper in half diagonally. Put the four points into the center area. Turn over and fold all four points into the center. Move the tip out to the edge for the feet. Turn the paper over and fold the flaps out to ...more

How To : Fold and fly a paper hang glider

Hang gliders are exciting, but if you can't fly in the sky, free as a bird, then try the next best thing-- making a paper version that you can make soar through the air. This four-part series from Science Toy Maker will show you exactly how to fold and fly an origami paper air ...more

How To : Fold a Textured Origami Ball

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

How To : Fold an advanced form origami iris

If you've mastered a basic origami heart and rose then it's time to move on to a more difficult and lifelike origami project: This origami iris. Made of intricate and complex petals that jut up and out, this flower is gorgeous.

How To : Fold an easy origami windmill/pinwheel

Are you sitting in class just a few minutes before the bell rings, and you swear every time you look at the clock that minute hand keeps going backwards or getting stuck rather than moving forward to your freedom? Then pass the time creatively by folding this fun origami wind ...more

How To : Make easy and sturdy limbs in 3-D origami

Make sure you have perfected the triangle before moving onto this part of 3-D origami. This tutorial shows you how to make limbs (or any other kind of appendage or protrusion) sturdy and easily for your next 3-D origami project.

How To : Origami crowding butterfiles

Instructions for how to make Crowding Butterflies, an origami tessellation design by Shuzo Fujimoto. You can download the crease pattern with instructions for the pre-creasing part of this video from www.marigami.com. The pre-creasing is easy so this video moves quickly throug ...more

How To : Fold an origami rose, step by step

The great thing about paper, is the way it can move and be manipulated to create awesome looking shapes and designs. Origami can take a simple piece of paper and with a few folds here and there, and then you get a beautiful piece of art. This tutorial focuses on how to fold an ...more

Weds Night Pick : Hot Hot Heat @ Bootleg Theater $12

Hot Hot Heat / Voxhaul Broadcast / The Union Line @ Bootleg ($12) Hot Hot Heat continues it's Wednesday residency at the Bootleg Theater and the shows are so good. I went last week and had a great time dancing to songs like this one! And yes, they played Bandages for the enco ...more

How To : Fold an origami bird in flight with Aeric

Think the crane is the end all be all of origami birds? Think again. While folding cranes is an excellent way to build finger dexterity for future projects, if you are already at an intermediate level in origami folding then it's time to start challenging yourself! This compl ...more

How To : Fold a simple origami ship for beginners

Have you finally completed the 1,000 cranes project, achieved luck, prosperity, and all that goodness, and are finally ready to move on already from folding the same crane day in and day out? Then consider this project a beautiful release. Simple and perfect for beginners (an ...more

How To : Make an adorable 3D origami wagtail bird

So we're going to ask you one question that will change your origami folding life forever: Are you ready to move beyond cranes? So many people get stuck and attached to making origami cranes because they're easy, cute, and pretty. But if you truly want to advance into the big ...more

How To : Make an origami 3D stick-tail peacock

Ready to move past simple cranes into amazing stick-tail peacocks? In this great tutorial, master origami artist Jewellia7777 offers a step by step guide, color ideas, tips, and helpful advice on folding your own origami peacocks. This video teaches how to take this simple str ...more

How To : How to Make an Origami Rose pt.1 of 4

This four part origami series demonstrates how to fold one of the most difficult origami forms, the rose. Make sure to press clean creases as you move through the steps because you will need to employ every fold later on in the paper folding process. The verbal instructions ar ...more

How To : Fold an origami sprinkler

The sprinkler origami is a simple modular paper design, which definitely suits the beginners! Made by Paula Versnick. The modules only need 8 creases and the assembly is really straight forward. You can do as many modules as you want and assemble them differently, the video sh ...more

How To : Make a paper orchid

To make a Paper Orchid you need to know the steps as follows: First fold a square sheet of origami stock paper into a triangle, bringing both points together. Use this as your flower base. Fold the paper again bringing both corners together. Rub your finger along the crease of ...more

How To : Things to Do on WonderHowTo (11/16 - 11/22)

WonderHowTo is made up niche communities called Worlds. If you've yet to join one (or create your own), get a taste below of what's going on in the community. Check in every Wednesday for a roundup of new activities and projects. Hacking, crafting, mining & more… just another ...more

How To : Things to Do on WonderHowTo (12/21 - 12/27)

WonderHowTo is made up niche communities called Worlds. If you've yet to join one (or create your own), get a taste below of what's going on in the community. Check in every Wednesday for a roundup of new activities and projects. This week: A holiday-themed cell phone photogr ...more

How To : Make an easy origami fortune teller

In this video you can learn how to make an easy origami fortune teller. Fold an 8 1/2 by 11 inch sheet of paper into a triangle shape. There will be a strip of paper left at the bottom of the paper after completing this step. Cut off this strip of paper and discard it. Open th ...more

How To : Fold Kissing Frogs

In this little howto you will learn how to make a frog that moves it's mouth out of paper. Step 1: Get Paper You can use any quadratic sheet of paper. This model really does not ask for any special paper. I use 15cm Origami Paper(that is about 6 inches ) in the Video. Printe ...more

How To : Make a Paper Boat

How To Make A Paper Boat - An easy step by step origami tutorial on how to fold a paper boat with a sail that floats in water. Just learn the moves seen in this video and you'll be making origami paper boats yourself in no time! Want to build a paper boat like this one? You ...more

News : This Will Blow Past Airport Security

Papercraft guns are the new origami. The new origami for boys, that is. WonderHowto and YouTube are chock full of paper gun tutorials. Many models are simple, but some are impressively realistic, not to mention functional. My personal favorite (unfortunately no tutorial) is t ...more

How To : Cooking Fish with Foil Is Fantastically Foolproof

Sometimes the idea of cooking fish, especially for a group of guests, can be intimidating. There's the fear of the fish not cooking right, or sticking to the pan or grill. And even if you cook it right and the fish doesn't stick, you're left with the inevitable fishy-smelling ...more

News : Things to Do on WonderHowTo (07/11 - 07/17)

WonderHowTo is a how-to website made up of niche communities called Worlds, with topics ranging from Minecraft to science experiments to Scrabble and everything in-between. Check in every Wednesday evening for a roundup of user-run activities and how-to projects from the commu ...more

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