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Some ideas of origami you can start with :)

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This is how I started. I received this book as a present last summer.

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I like also this one very much! :-P

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I like this origami. It would be amazing if you can make it :)

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I was always fastinated by the origami art as a process of transforming a simple flat sheet of paper into a finished sculpture.
Here I would like to share some of my paper sculptures and other inspiring things and facts about paper.
You are wellcome to share any ineresting ideas or pictures :-)

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And maybe if you have patience and are good enough, you can reach this :-)

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The origami crane is most probably the most popular origami sculpture.
Here one video how to you your own :-)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpwnHpXUuow

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First of all a little bit of a history of the Origami art.
Origami is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding, which started in the 17th century AD at the latest and was popularized outside of Japan in the mid-1900s.
While Japan seems to have had the most extensive tradition, there is evidence of an independent tradition of paperfolding in China, as well as in Germany, Italy and Spain among other places. However, because of the problems associated with preserving origami, there is very little direct evidence of its age or origins.
In China, traditional funerals include burning folded paper, most often representations of gold nuggets (yuanbao). The earliest evidence of paperfolding in Europe is a picture of a small paper boat in Tractatus de sphaera mundi from 1490.
In Japan, the earliest unambiguous reference to a paper model is in a short poem by Ihara Saikaku in 1680 which describes paper butterflies in a dream. Origami butterflies were used during the celebration of Shinto weddings to represent the bride and groom, so paperfolding had already become a significant aspect of Japanese ceremony by the Heian period (794–1185) of Japanese history. Samurai warriors would exchange gifts adorned with noshi, a sort of good luck token made of folded strips of paper.

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