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How To Fold Dragons, Witches, And Other Fantasy Creatures In Origami [NEW]



How to Fold Dragons, Witches, and Other Fantasy Creatures in Origami




Origami is the art of folding paper into various shapes and forms. It can be a relaxing and creative hobby that anyone can enjoy. Origami can also be a way to express your imagination and create fantasy creatures such as dragons, witches, unicorns, and more.




How to Fold Dragons, Witches, and Other Fantasy Creatures in Origami



In this article, we will introduce you to some of the books and resources that can help you learn how to fold dragons, witches, and other fantasy creatures in origami. We will also show you some examples of the amazing models that you can make with just a piece of paper and some patience.


Books on Fantasy Origami




One of the best ways to learn how to fold fantasy origami is to follow the instructions and diagrams in books. There are many books on origami that focus on fantasy themes and offer a variety of models for different skill levels. Here are some of the books that we recommend:


  • Dragons, Witches, and Other Fantasy Creatures in Origami by Mario Adrados Netto and J. Anibal Voyer Iniesta. This book contains 24 models of creatures drawn from the worlds of fantasy and make-believe, such as a troll, a ghost, a suit of armor, a centaur, a wizard, a unicorn, a satyr, a sphinx, and a three-headed dragon. The book provides clear diagrams and folding instructions for each model, as well as a useful list of symbols indicating basic folding techniques. The book is suitable for intermediate to advanced folders.



  • Dragons and Other Fantastic Creatures in Origami by John Montroll. This book features 25 models of dragons and other mythical beasts, such as a griffin, a phoenix, a hydra, a pegasus, a cerberus, and a medusa. The book also includes an introduction to the history and culture of dragons around the world. The book provides detailed diagrams and step-by-step instructions for each model, as well as some tips on how to shape and pose the models. The book is suitable for intermediate to advanced folders.



  • Fantastic Origami Sea Creatures: 20 Incredible Paper Models by Hisao Fukui. This book showcases 20 models of sea creatures that are inspired by legends and folklore, such as a mermaid, a sea serpent, a kraken, a dragon turtle, and a kappa. The book also includes some information on the origin and characteristics of each creature. The book provides clear diagrams and folding instructions for each model, as well as some suggestions on how to choose the right paper and color for each model. The book is suitable for intermediate to advanced folders.



Examples of Fantasy Origami




To give you some inspiration and motivation to try fantasy origami, here are some examples of the amazing models that you can make with just a piece of paper:


This is a three-headed dragon made from origami by Mario Adrados Netto and J. Anibal Voyer Iniesta. It is one of the models from their book Dragons, Witches, and Other Fantasy Creatures in Origami. It is made from three sheets of paper that are folded separately and then joined together at the end. It has 141 steps in total.


This is a unicorn made from origami by John Montroll. It is one of the models from his book Dragons and Other Fantastic Creatures in Origami. It is made from one sheet of paper that is folded using the bird base as the starting point. It has 55 steps in total.


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