The 3D Origami Penguin is an easy modular origami model that is suitable for beginners and can be done with a total of just 147 units!
Category: Modular Origami
Instructions to make a 3D Origami Tulip using triangular units of paper with the Modular origami technique have been provided. The steps are fairly simple and this is a beginner level modular origami model.
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Today we will see a 3D Origami Bowl model to hold colorful candy. This 3D Origami bowl is a bit time consuming and can be done in different sizes and designs depending on your taste. The tutorial here will give you an idea of the technique.
Many of our visitors ask how to make the triangular units for building 3D Modular Origami models. This simple tutorial is to explain that.
The Modular origami lemon is one one of the easy to assemble modular origami fruit models. This half cut lemon model will be a nice addition to you origami fruit tray. We will be using yellow and white color paper for this model. The DIY tutorial is below.
A tutorial showing how to make a 3D origami frog using the modular origami technique. This frog is made using 1/32 size pieces of paper. The difficulty is intermediate and doesn’t consume too much time.
The modular origami technique of making models using triangular units of paper has a million possibilities, but the most gorgeous one is definitely the types of origami peacocks you could do using these units.
Tutorial for making a three dimensional origami lotus using triangular paper units is explained here. I’ve tried to make the steps as clear as possible. Hope you enjoy making this beautiful paper lotus.
An origami menko is one of the traditional modular origami models in which two paper units are connected to form the model. This origami model is the precursor the origami cube which was designed based on the folding technique of a menko.
Menkos are one of the earliest modular origami models and to this date remain one of the popular modular origami models too. The sheer simplicity of the model could be one of the reasons it is this popular.
Origami Vases can be made in different shapes and sizes. Sometime back we made a little complex origami vase using more than 700 paper units. The vase we are about to do here today requires lesser time and is simple to make.
There are many types of the traditional kusudama. This beautiful art of paper folding will never stop surprising you.
The various patterns and the different method of making the units only result in increasing my kusudama addiction!
The one we see here is a Sakuradama or a Sakura Kusudama as it is referred to and I believe this model is by KAWASAKI Toshikazu. Thanks to the Japanese for this lovely art.
3D Origami is so addictive…I just can’t stop making these models… albeit time consuming! I loved the colors in this origami butterfly…
The art of making origami models using triangular units is an awesome technique indeed! Triangular paper units can be used to make different models ranging from simple to complex. The model shown here is a simple heart wreath and is perfect for Valentine’s Day decor.
A very natural looking three dimensional origami orange fruit can be done by following the steps explained below.
Here is a tutorial on how you could make a modular origami strawberry by assembling triangular paper units.
Here is the tutorial based on my attempt at making an Origami vase. As you can see, a round vase design has been made.
For beginners of 3D/Modular origami, this origami hat model would be ideal. It would not test your patience much and it is simple to assemble too.
With just a few more days for Easter, I just thought I’d make a 3 dimensional origami Easter Egg.
We will be making a pendant as we start with origami jewelry; the technique of making these types of origami pendants is real simple. Just find a sheet of designed paper of your choice, a piece of metal string, glue and you are on board.
Poinsettia flowers are my favorite – they’ve got a festive look in them, I don’t know how but just looking at them brings a feeling of joy (maybe its the but the red and green color?) and now I’ve got one more reason, they’re simple to make too!
Here is the first Origami model suited for St.Patrick’s Day. A four leaf modular origami model is done here.
For my cousin’s birthday this year, I decided to make a cute cup cake which she probably can not eat, but that which she can keep safely without having to refrigerate it.
This Kusudama Star model can be made quite easily. All you need is a little patience and about 30 to 40 minutes to spare.
Following in the Christmas Origami series is the Origami Star of David which can be made using the steps explained. This is a modular origami model in which we will make 2 paper units and assemble them together.
This modular origami star is one of the easiest models to make. You can use these finished models to decorate your homes.
There are many variations of a Japanese paper ball, here is one such variation – Venus Kusudama which is made using units of four petal flowers.
One of the simplest yet cute origami ornament you can make is a Christmas tree. For those of you who’ve done complex 3D origami structures, this would be a child’s play. Let’s get started with the Christmas tree ornament…
A 3 dimensional origami peacock is one of the models which kind of demands a good amount of patience, the result though is definitely worth the effort. The technique of making this model is similar to any other 3D model that we make.