Surprisingly enough there’s a lot of great origami inspired from Pixar, Disney, Dreamworks and other animated movies. Pretty much anything that people like can be used to inspire origami artists.

We’ll start this post off with a pair of origami Minions and each of them is folded from one sheet of paper.

Minions by G.T. Liu
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/gt-liu/11618078455/

Minions, Designed and Folded by G.T. Liu

Instructions not available

 

Eyal has taken Quentin Trollip’s excellent panda design, gave it a staff and turned it into a Kung Fu Panda.

Kung Fu Panda by Quentin Trollip
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/49643647@N06/9355500909/

Panda, Designed by Quentin Trollip and Folded by Eyal

Diagrams available in Origami Works of Quentin Trollip

 

Origami bluedandelion designed a fantastic 3D Baymax model from Big Hero 6.

Papercraft Baymax
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/bluedandelion95/16723224116/

Baymax, Designed and Folded by Origami bluedandelion

Instructions not available

 

Here’s a fantastic origami version of Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty.

Malificent by Tadashi Mori
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/tadashiorigami/14990483172/

Malificent, Designed and Folded by Tadashi Mori

Instructions not available

 

Nguyen Hung Cuong’s Chef Rat is a perfect papercraft version of Remy the Rat from Ratatouille.

Chef Rat from Ratatouille
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/56723190@N02/19805853286/

Chef Rat, Designed by Nguyen Hung Cuong and Folded by Andrés

Diagrams available in VOG: 50 Hours of Origami+

 

Kota Imai designed quite a cute origami version of Zero, the dog ghost from the Nightmare Before Christmas.

Zero Dog Ghost by Kota Imai
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/106934544@N05/14968911424/

Zero, Designed by Kota Imai and Folded by Xu Daniel

instructions not available

 

Frozen is an incredibly popular movie so of course there’s an origami Elsa.

Elsa from Frozen
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/vincent-origami/15273867898/

Elsa, Designed and Folded by Vincent Achard

Crease pattern available from Vincent Achard’s Flickr

 

Here’s another excellent origami model from the Kung Fu Panda movies.

Lord Shen by Thong Nguyen Nguyen
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/lovesong_ni0912/8328199081/

Lord Shen, Designed and Folded by Thong Nguyen Nguyen

Instructions not available

 

Tong Liu designed a fantastic paper version of Sid from the Ice Age movies.

Sid by Tong Liu
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/gt-liu/9041413049/

Sid, Designed and Folded by Tong Liu

Crease pattern available from Tong Liu’s Flickr

 

Here’s a quite amazing Jack Skellington to go along with the paper Zero from earlier in this post.

Jack Skellington by Luc Marnat
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/papygami/6893225733/

Mr. Jack, Designed and Folded by Luc MARNAT

Instructions not available

 

Fernando Gilgado’s Scrat is a very popular origami model.

Scrat from Ice Age
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/papygami/7438954844/

Scrat, Designed by Fernando Gilgado and Folded by Luc MARNAT

Video instructions available from Jo Nakashima’s YouTube channel

 

Nguyễn Hùng Cường designed a very impressive origami version of Tow Mater from the movie Cars.

Tow Mater Folded from Paper
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/arturori/6839118174/

Tow Mater, Designed by Nguyễn Hùng Cường and Folded by Artur Biernacki

Crease pattern available from Nguyễn Hùng Cường’s Flickr

 

Here’s this model again from several different angles. The entire model is folded from one sheet of paper.

Tow Mater from the movie Cars
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/144893765@N07/28825841111/

Tow Mater, Designed by Nguyễn Hùng Cường and Folded by JoeOrigami10

Crease pattern available from Nguyễn Hùng Cường’s Flickr

 

we couldn’t make a post like this without including Brian Chan’s fantastic origami Wall-E.

Wall-E by Brian Chan
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/marianozavala-origami/7799563354/

Wall-E, Designed by Brian Chan and Folded by Mariano Zavala B.

Diagrams available in the Origami Tanteidan 14th Convention Book

 

Here’s another fantastic Baymax designed by 晓 陈.

Origami Red Baymax
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/34652734@N04/16829932282/

Baymax, Designed and Folded by 晓 陈

Instructions not available

 

Here’s an awesome paper Dronkey from the Shrek movies.

Papercraft Dronkey from Shrek
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/144893765@N07/29042598612/

Dronkey, Designed and Folded by JoeOrigami10

Instructions not available

 

Hubert Villeneuve designed two fantastic card soldiers from Alice in Wonderland.

Card Soldiers from Alice in Wonderland
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/sunburst2001/5026873214/

Soldats de cartes, Designed and Folded by Hubert Villeneuve

Crease pattern available from Hubert Villeneuve’s Flickr

 

Fernando Gilgado also designed a great paper Patrick from Spongebob Squarepants.

Patrick from Spongebob Squarepants
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/joeadia/19430566179/

Patrick, Designed by Fernando Gilgado and Folded by Joe Adia

Diagrams available from Fernando Gilgado’s Flickr

 

Here’s one more awesome Baymax design this time by Ivan Danny.

Baymax by Ivan Danny
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/ivandanny/29088375050/

Baymax, Designed and Folded by Ivan Danny

Instructions not available

 

Our final model for this post is this incredible Puss in Boots also from the Shrek movies. The entire model is from one sheet of paper and if you use two coloured paper like in this photo you end up with different colours for the cat and clothes.

Puss in Boots by Hubert Villanueve
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/sunburst2001/29624360671/

Puss in Boots, Designed and Folded by Hubert Villeneuve

Instructions not available

 

That’s it for this post. There are tons of different topics and types of origami we could post about in the future so if there’s a specific type of origami or model that you’d like to see featured let us know!