Description: In this latest addition to my origami series, I will show you how to make a paper boomerang that really comes back!! To check out my throws, go to 1:02 (click here) in the video.Have you made TWO of these?!! Then do the Super Boomerang NOW!!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aT2oZI1Vl64Main Channel:http://YouTube.com/RobTVShirts:http://www.districtlines.com/Robs-WorldFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRobWorldTwitter: http://www.twitter.com/RobH0629In this tutorial, I will explain how to turn a regular sheet of printer paper into an origami boomerang... well actually 2 origami boomerangs!! :-) You will need a simple Letter Sized sheet (8.5 x 11 inches) or an A4 size paper. No tape or anything else is required. I also explain at the end the way we must position the boomerang in order to throw it properly. If it falls to the ground check to see if: 1) It's upside down, refer to 12:40 for the proper way to position it before throwing--it does matter. 2) You may be angling it too far down, which can cause it to not come back all the way--try angling it upwards at an angle. 3) It's made the correct way and looks just like mine. It takes a bit of practice, and make sure to spin it really fast. Check my "Super Boomerang" Video (Link above) for another demonstration of how it's thrown. This will keep you busy for hours and is fun for all ages. Once you show off your boomerang to friends, they are definitely going to want one! Please refer them to this video if you enjoy! :-) Hope that everyone had a great break and got to spend time with the family :-) It has been a great year! Thanks for watching and don't forget to comment, rate, and subscribe to my videos. Thanks!-Rob**Origami Boomerang**Inspired by Yoshino UnemotoModified by Ryan Naccavato, Bennett Arnstein, Jim Cowling, and John AndrisanOnline Instructions:Part 1 - http://www.giladorigami.com/swami/POP/boomerang1.gifPart 2 - http://www.giladorigami.com/swami/POP/boomerang2.gif
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Explains how to turn a piece of printer paper into an origami crane. It involves some new and advanced folds which I go through step by step on how to perform. Hope you enjoy! Traditionally, the Japanese crane is expanded at the very end, although I usually prefer not to do this. To do this, you can perform the following: 1) Just grab each wing and pull them gently apart until the middle part inflates or expands, or 2) try blowing on the bottom of the crane to inflate it that way (doesn't work as well for me). NOTE: This is NOT an action model, meaning it does NOT FLAP, nor is it supposed to. To make a FLAPPING BIRD please see the link below*** Want to make a BIRD THAT FLAPS?? Click this link below!! www.youtube.com Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: www.twitter.com
In this video, I explain a different way (than my "single-sided" ninja star that you can find HERE www.youtube.com to make a Ninja Star out of paper (I use printer paper, but you may use origami if you have). This ninja star is interlocked on both sides, giving it a "double-sided" appearance. Please note, I use TWO sheets of paper in this tutorial ONLY because it is EASIER this way for beginners. When I make this usually, I will only use ONE sheet of printer paper! The star is made by forming two pieces which are mirror images of each other. These pieces are then interlocked into one another to create the ninja star. The "super shuriken" or Ninja Star Frisbee, is another model I used to make (I made it up myself, although I'm sure I wasn't the first) This, however, is made using the single-sided Ninja Stars, so be sure to watch that tutorial also!
In this tutorial, I explain how to make an origami butterfly (designed by Akira Yoshizawa) out of a sheet of printer paper. We must first make the paper square, and then go on to make what is known as the "Water Bomb Base" or "Paper Balloon Base". After that, we will go on to make the wings and head of the butterfly, finally folding it into the final shape. This tutorial should be regarded as fairly simple and is gone over in detail. Hope you enjoy, and please comment, rate, and subscribe to my videos! Thanks :-)
In this tutorial, I will teach you how to make an Origami Flapping Bird (really flaps!) using a regular sheet of printer paper. If you have any origami or square paper, that would be ideal to use. Making the Origami Flapping Bird is very similar to making the Origami Crane, yet with fewer folds. We must know how to make the Origami Bird Base, from which we can then make the flapping bird. I teach how to make the Bird Base step by step in this tutorial, but if you already know how to make it, you may fast forward to around 5:30. If you already know how to make the Bird Base, you may fast forward to around 5:30 to learn how to convert the bird base into a flapping bird. To make the bird flap, you hold the neck and pull on the tail. As always, please comment, rate and subscribe for notification of my future videos. Post any questions in the comment section and also let me know what else you would like to learn. Thanks for watching! -Rob
In this tutorial, I will explain how to create the Origami Swan, which was originally designed by Robert J. Lang. This is a beginner tutorial, in which I go step by step on how to convert your printer paper (if you are using one) into a square, and then finally into the Origami Swan. ALSO** The swan will FLOAT if you put it in water!! :-)
Explains how to make an Origami ring from a dollar bill. ***PLEASE NOTE: Making this model does NOT ruin or destroy the dollar in any way! It is simply being folded, there are NO tears or cuts being made in the dollar. You can always unfold it and straighten it out, or better yet give it to someone in ring form as a tip :-) I do recommend that you use a simple $1 bill because I think it fits the nicest. However, any other American bills will work, yet larger bill numbers for $10, $20, $50, or $100 usually get cut off from the top portion of the ring. I am aware that I have viewers from other countries who may not have American bills handy, so I quickly explain a way you can make this using regular printer paper. I give the dimensions: Length: 15.5 cm Width: 6 cm Also, HERE are the measurements for where you should make the folds on a piece of PAPER. ALL measurements are from the very LEFT side of the paper and indicate where to fold as instructed in the video. NOTE THAT THESE MEASUREMENTS MAY NOT FIT YOU OR WORK PERFECTLY** Please experiment with your paper, this is only to get a general idea. First fold (left "border" of 1) - 0.25" or about 7mm Second fold (right "border" of 1) - about 1" or 2.5 cm Third (between O and F) - 3.75" or 9.5 cm - remember this is where the BOTTOM edge of the paper should be as demonstrated in the video* Thanks for watching and be sure to comment, rate, and subscribe to my videos! :-) -Rob Channel: www.youtube.com Facebook: www.facebook.com ...
So I said I wouldn't get it out in time for Valentine's Day.. well I guess I lied then. Here's the Origami Beating heart for those of you who were interested in making it. I hope that you enjoy it and possibly even give it as a gift to someone special. Thank you very much for watching and supporting my channel and hope to see you all soon! -Rob Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: www.twitter.com
What happened to the modular origami polyhedra!?? It has been a while ... but .... as I need to enable you all to make sufficient of these to decorate a Christmas Tree ; ) here is a QUITE EASY one, the Spike Ball or Spiky Cuboctahedron. If you can fold the classic origami pinwheel this one should not give you any problems at all. You can make it in various sizes the smallest is shown, but check out this site www.spikeballheaven.net which shows the various options (Spike Balls, Super Spike Balls, and Super Duper Spike Balls) as well as the diagram for the modules. Music: www.pacdv.com
In this tutorial, I will explain step-by-step how to create the origami gift box (designed by Marc Vigo Anglada in 1996). It is perfect for a personalized present or holiday gift :-D We must first have a square piece of paper. I will be using printer paper, but if you have origami paper, that will be fine as well. We will first create folds which will outline the size of the box and also the height. Then, we must create the four corners of the box by locking the sides of the box together. I explain in detail the procedure for locking one corner of the box and then you may do the remaining 3 corners. After all of the corners of the box are locked, we must then fold the flaps of the box so that we may interlock them. Then, put your gift inside the box and give it to whoever you like! Thanks for watching and please comment, rate, and subscribe to my videos!
For the origami bookshelf go here: www.youtube.com I show you how to make an origami book from a regular piece of square origami paper (5 7/8"). You can pick up Origami paper from a local arts & crafts store like "Michael's" or from Wal-mart. It should be in the stationary. :) Note: When I say "The book has 8 pages" this refers to 8 one sided white pages. There are in fact 5 pages but the first and last page only have one white page each. Which leaves 3 double sided pages that equal 6. 6 plus 2 equals 8. That's what I meant. Confusion clarified! :D
Hope you had a great holiday and New Years! I would have liked to have this model out a bit earlier, but either way, the Origami Tree is fun to make any time :-) It is a type of modular origami model, which is made up from smaller pieces which fit into each other. I will show you how to make the Origami Tree from 3 sheets of Printer paper (8.5" x 11"). We need to make 5 different sized squares from which we will make the top pieces and base from. You can use different sized origami sheets if you have them, only 4 different sizes from large to small are required. If you know how to make the bird base, this should come easy to you because they are made in similar ways. Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: www.twitter.com
Explains how to make a paper rocket ship using a regular piece of printer paper. This model was originally designed by Robert J. Lang We will need a square piece of paper to begin, so if you are using printer paper, you must first modify it as I explain in the video. Scissors are not really required, but if you want to make it extra neat.. use them :-) Origami paper would be ideal to use for making this model and requires no modification for this tutorial. The style of this video - I like to explain how to do a fold, then do the remaining folds on camera, however I have sped it up. Otherwise, the video would have been over 11 minutes :-) Thanks for watching, and be sure to comment, rate, and subscribe for notification of my future videos! ***ROCKET SHIP*** Designed by Robert J. Lang
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Quite busy with everything but origami ; ) but finally completed this other variation with pinwheel - twin boat resembling modules by Tomoko Fuse. Quite easy to fold but of intermediate difficulty to put together.
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