It can be realized as a ruled surface. Its boundary is a simple closed curve, that is, homeomorphic to a circle. Some of these can be smoothly modeled in Euclidean spaceand others cannot.
We use standard size 6 inch x 6 inch 15cm x 15cm square origami paper for this site unless stated otherwise. If you can, use different types of origami paper to change the look of the finished origami and have fun with it! Made this origami?
Paper is a great medium for a variety of projects! If you love cats and want to create some of these whimsical creatures out of paper, try making an origami cat, which is simple and fun. For another simple project, cut a cat out of a paper plate.
This Snapology Egg is not hard to make but it requires many pieces of paper. To assemble it, you should know some basic geometry. Snapology is a method of assembling strips of paper into polyhedra shapes; it was developed by Heinz Strobl.
The of Heinz Strobl. It's without permission from me and from H. If you use these instructions please let me know.
Iris folding is done by arranging and layering strips of paper or fabric in a spiraled pattern that resembles the iris of a camera lens—that's how this craft got its name. You can use this craft technique to create cards and embellishments for scrapbook pages, or the finished project could simply be framed and hung. While the finished product looks complicated, iris folding is pretty easy and even a little addicting.
Lady Rain works as a daytime stock trader and writes about crafts and travels. She spends her weekends doing papercraft models and painting. Origami is a traditional art of folding paper, which started centuries ago in Japan, China, and some European countries. Flat pieces of paper are folded and constructed into interesting paper models without the use of a pair of scissors or glue.