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Nazgul 8.1 - Ku by origami-artist-galen
Nazgul 8.1 - Ku
An origami Nazgul design by Jason Ku! First time I've tried folding this. The paper was a bit thick, but manageable in the end.

Time spent folding: ~ 5 hours
Folded from: one 40 cm square of Nicolas Terry's tissue foil
Size: 12 cm long, 10 cm tall
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American Bison by origami-artist-galen
American Bison
Slight update of the previous version to move the horns closer to the eyes and widen the head.

Designed by: Shuki Kato
Folded from: one 14" square of O-gami
Size: 6" long from nose to tail
Time spent folding: ~6 hours
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Giraffe 2014 by origami-artist-galen
Giraffe 2014
A new giraffe with slightly modified (hopefully improved) proportions.

Designed by: Shuki Kato
Folded from: one 14" square of O-gami
Size: 7" tall
Time spent folding: ~5 hours
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Shuki Kato
United States
Current Residence: Kalispell, MT
Favourite genre of music: Rock or pop, anything besides rap
Favourite style of art: Paper folding
Operating System: Windows 7
MP3 player of choice: Zune because it's what I have
Wallpaper of choice: blue or green
Favourite cartoon character: Nausicaa, Asuka, Scouter(EQ)
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Received my copy of the book yesterday (yay!), here's a list of the included models and their assigned number of steps:

Origami Masters: Bugs: How the Bug Wars Changed the Art of Origami (2013, 192 pp.)

- Won Park
1. Flapping $ Butterfly - 30 steps
2. $ Dragonfly - 30 steps

- Sebastian Arellano
3. Bed Bug - 50 steps
4. Praying Mantis - 86 steps

- Marc Kirshenbaum
5. Mosquito - 66 steps
6. Ladybug - 126 steps

- Dan Robinson
7. Leaf Insect - 92 steps

- Jason Ku
8. Rhinoceros Beetle - 138 steps
9. Luna Moth - 202 steps

- Shuki Kato
10. Titan Beetle - 145 steps
11. Flying Hercules Beetle- 182 steps

- Robert Lang
12. Yellow Jacket - 76 steps

Available now on www.amazon.com/Origami-Masters…

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:iconkaruresu:
Karuresu Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2015
Splendid the origami work of yours! I just started with origami yesterday and it's my dream to accomplish one day such a task as yours! Will I die trying? xD
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nekomancer123 Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2015  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Happy birthday! The Cake Is A Lie 
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Fly-Gray Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2015
С днем рождения! Побольше Вам вдохновения в таком кропотливом деле, как Оригами. Восхищаюсь вашими работами, они впечатляют.
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Baltorigamist Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2015  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Happy birthday! :D
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theillusionnist Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2015  Professional General Artist
Hello! I am an intermediate origamist and I find your models great!
Here is a model from my creation, this is a stag beetle.
I hope you like it.
theillusionnist.deviantart.com…
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Sakura-Constellation Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I have a quick question, what kind of paper do you use when doing your origami? I am currently working on a top secret one, and I really want to do more like the one I'm working on, but I only have sticky notes (um...) and notebook paper, I really want to use superficial paper. If you could respond, thanks!
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Minmin-zecat Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Your work is simply amazing.
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EruCyano Featured By Owner Edited Sep 7, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey ! Thanks for the watch ! =D
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Cassiusthedemon Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2014
I love your works!!!!!!!!!!Waaaah!  Impressive...
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NOTdelete Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I bet you get a lot of paper cuts
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