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I'm not very good at it, but I can follow simple instructions. I'm trying to make a koi fish, and a sea turtle, but there's this one fold thats got me stumped. If anybody thinks they can figure it out, let me know and I'll post the pictures. The instructions are in "Advanced Origami" by Michael G. LaFosse.


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OK! I just read this post, I'll try and get them on tommorrow. Going to bed now. :)
 

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Some of the results make the more WONDERFUL mobiles. Bright. Fun. and inexpensive.
 

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By folding the various forms...cranes, birds, frogs, bombs, etc.... and then stringing up using, say, heavy wire as the "arms" of the mobile...you can make very wonderful hanging creations that twist and turn.
 

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I love origami too. I go through little binges of it. The paper can get $ if you let it.:)

It is so fun to fold things for little kids, they are amazed by it.
 

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Wow, I barely remember writing this post!

I never did figure out that darn turtle.... :rolleyes:
 
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