Pandas are adorable; don’t try to deny it. I know, at least at some point, you’ve stumbled upon a cute video of a panda tumbling down a slide or a panda cub clinging onto their caretakers. Like how could you not melt? However, you should keep in mind that pandas are still bears and fully capable of being as fierce as any of their other bear relatives. A panda might even learn kung fu! Hmmm, a panda mastering kung fu? Sounds a bit familiar, doesn’t it?
Peacocks, on the other hand, are beautiful, of course, but did you know when threatened they also fan out their feathers to look bigger and more intimidating? Their main choices of weapons may usually just be their beaks and talons, but there was a pet peacock that once killed its master. Good thing that peacocks are generally pretty chill and unweaponized. 🙂
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Hey, one more week until Reading Week! If you have no idea what I was talking about in the usual introductory blurb, then I guess you haven’t seen Kung Fu Panda 2. That’s okay, Greg was just using it as inspiration for this week’s workshop theme. Who’s Greg? He’s our Vice President External! He’s hosting this week’s workshop.
Our workshop will happen this 📆Friday, November 5, from ⌚5 -7 PM. You can join us anytime in our Discord server’s workshop 🔉voice channel.(===>>> https://discord.gg/tbRjWCDnJs )
There will be two models:
- Cute Panda ʕ◕ᴥ◕ ʔ
- Designed by: Makoto Yamaguchi
- Difficulty: Beginner-Intermediate🟨
- 📜Paper Requirements📜: Square, colour: one sided-colour paper recommended
- Designed by: Origami Time
- Difficulty: Beginner-Intermediate 🟨
- 📜Paper Requirements:📜 A4 ( 15×30 cm)
- Other materials needed: just a bit of glue/tape to help hold the tail together at the end\
Waiting for Reading Week,