I’m going to be busy all day tomorrow so this week’s post is a little bit early.  I saw a ton of awesome origami this week so lets get started.

First up is this amazing Samurai Helmet Beatle by Shuki Kato.

Origami Kabutomushi

Kabutomushi, Designed and Folded by Shuki Kato

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Yoshimasa Tsuruta made this fantastic looking person and gets massive bonus points for also having fire in his photo.

Origami Smoker

Smoker, Designed and Folded by Yoshimasa Tsuruta

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

It looks like Tetsuya Gotani might have perfected his Stegosaurus model.

Origami Stegosaurus

Stegosaurus, Designed and Folded by Tetsuya Gotani

Crease pattern available here

Original image on Flickr

 

Byriah Loper is back with another one of his crazy interlocking shape models.

Byriah Loper Origami

Six Intersecting Irregular Hyperboloidal Hexagonal Rhombic Tetrahedra, Designed and Folded by Byriah Loper

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Maria Sinayskaya made several kusudamas this week.  Here are a couple of my favourites.  I love the paper she uses.

Origami Kusudama

Origami Sonobe, Designed and Folded by Maria Sinayskaya

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Origami Kusudama

Origami Kusudama, Designed and Folded by Maria Sinayskaya

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Pere Olivella folded this amazing and life-like Echidna.

Origami Echidna

Echidna, Designed by Steven Casey and Folded by Pere Olivella

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

fernando o_okj took 15 hours to fold this origami sunflower.

Origami Sunflower

Sunflower, Designed by Morisue Kei and Folded by fernando o_okj

Diagrams available in Origami Tanteidan Magazine 131

Original image on Flickr

 

Ivan Svatko folded this very expressive looking mask.

Origami Mask

Mask, Designed and Folded by Ivan Svatko

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Sérgio Queiroz says this caterpillar on a leaf is just a test but it looks pretty amazing to me already.

Origami Caterpillar on Leaf

Caterpillar and Leaf, Designed by Eugeny Fridrikh and Folded by Sérgio Queiroz

Diagrams available here

Original image on Flickr

 

Hoàng Tiến Quyết uploaded two more photos of his amazing origami.

Origami Blue Whale

Blue Whale, Designed and Folded by Hoàng Tiến Quyết

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Origami Pig

Pig 2015, Designed and Folded by Hoàng Tiến Quyết

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Robin Scholz turned an origami tessellation into the Japanese flag.

Origami Japanese Flag Tessellation

Japan, Designed and Folded by Robin Scholz

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Kaede Nakamura also folded a very impressive looking origami beetle this week too.

Origami Caucasus Beetle

Caucasus beetle, Designed and Folded by Kaede Nakamura

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Adriano Davanzo folded this fantastic looking leaf insect and took a great looking photo of it outside.

Origami Leaf Insect

Leaf Insect, Designed by Daniel Robinson and Folded by Adriano Davanzo

Diagrams available in Origami Masters Bugs: How the Bug Wars Changed the Art of Origami

Original image on Flickr

 

Sergio Guarachi folded this adorable baby dragon.

Origami Bebe Dragon

Bebe Dragon, Designed and Folded by Sergio Guarachi

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Ekaterina Lukasheva posted another beautiful looking kusudama.

Silver Snitch Kusudama

Silver Snitch, Designed and Folded by Ekaterina Lukasheva

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

paper in dream folded a fantastic looking horned lizard.

Origami Horned Lizard

Horned Lizard, Designed and Folded by paper in dream

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Joseph Wu has been folded little origami “bots” over the last couple of weeks and his latest KoalaBot is probably my favourite.

Origami Koalabot

KoalaBot, Designed and Folded by Joseph Wu

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Last but certainly not least we have this amazing model of the Joker from Batman by Neelesh K.  This whole model, including the skull and the gun is folded from one single piece of paper!

Origami Joker (Batman)

The Joker, Designed and Folded by Neelesh K

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

That’s everything for this week.  Be sure to check back next week for another edition of This Week in Origami.