Thanks for coming out to Science Rendezvous. The frogs we were teaching were really popular – they were swarming our tent! We only got a chance to take pics during a period of relative downtime. They’ve been uploaded. Easy Frog: http://www.origami-instructions.com/origami-hopping-frog.html Classic Frog: http://www.wikihow.com/Make-an-Origami-Jumping-Frog If you run into trouble folding, come to our forums at http://fold.forumotion.ca/.
Toshikazu Kawasaki, as clued in by his name, is famous for the creation of flowers, namely the Kawasaki rose. He utilizes the technique of a twist fold, which allows the pedals to stand up. This method is now used in numerous rose models to achieve the same three dimensional effect. His models are known to… Continue reading Weekly FOLD: Frog and Tadpoles
FOLD is participating in the 2012 Science Rendezvous hosted on the U of T St. George Campus.There will be a showcase of cutting edge science and technology. We will be involved in the entertainment aspect of the event, and will host competitions involving origamis. We’ll see which origami frog can jump the farthest, and which… Continue reading Science Rendezvous 2012
Squirrel as designed by Michael G. LaFosse, award winning origamist, and the founder the Origamido Studio. He was involved in origami for 40 years, 30 of which involved teaching. His early inspirations came from seashells, and now he’s studying biology of animal and plants in the pursuit of recreating them all in paper. The instruction… Continue reading Weekly Fold: Squirrel