Beginner-Level Books


These books are very simple and perfect for beginner paper folders or children.

Easy Origami

By: John Montroll

This is a fantastic beginner book with 32 different paper models from animals to boats to hats that are all very easy to fold with clear diagrams and instructions.

  • Dog – John Montroll
  • Cat – John Montroll
  • Rabbit – John Montroll
  • Horse – John Montroll
  • Fish – John Montroll
  • Penguin – John Montroll
  • Stem – John Montroll
  • Cup – John Montroll
  • Hat – John Montroll
  • Tall Cap – John Montroll
  • Boat – John Montroll
  • House – John Montroll
  • Piano – John Montroll
  • Oblong Box – John Montroll
  • Fox – John Montroll
  • Sitting Fox – John Montroll
  • Cicada – John Montroll
  • Pigeon – John Montroll
  • Pelican – John Montroll
  • Pin Wheel – John Montroll
  • Lantern – John Montroll
  • Swan – John Montroll
  • Star – John Montroll
  • Sailboat – John Montroll
  • Carp – John Montroll
  • Butterfly – John Montroll
  • Frog – John Montroll
  • Pig – John Montroll
  • Waterbomb – John Montroll
  • Candy Box – John Montroll
  • Fancy Box – John Montroll

Absolute Beginner’s Origami

By: Nick Robinson

This is one of the easiest paper folding books there is. It has lots of simple models to fold and all the diagrams are done with actual photos of two coloured paper instead of sketched out.

  • Star – Traditional
  • Star Ring – Robert Neale
  • Star Box – Traditional
  • Swan – Traditional
  • Iris – Traditional
  • Butterfly – Unknown
  • Wallet – Traditional
  • Heart – Unknown
  • Boutonniere – Traditional
  • Carp – Traditional
  • Little Bird – Traditional
  • Cube – Traditional
  • Dish – Nick Robinson
  • Valentine Vase – Pam Bisman
  • Bookmark – Nick Robinson
  • Christmas Tree – Unknown
  • Envelope – Unknown
  • Santa – Minako Ishibashi
  • Woodpecker – Traditional
  • Flapping Bird – Traditional
  • Acrobat – Seiryo Takegawa

World’s Best Origami

By: Nick Robinson

This book is still pretty simple but not for complete brand-new-to-origami, never done it before beginners. The models are pretty easy but you’re going to have to know some origami basics.

That being said if the other beginner books here look too easy or childish and you’re not ready for the Intermediate level books then definitely check this one out.

You’ll find excellent, easy to follow diagrams for a wide array of over 100 models and nothing is too difficult to fold.

  • Pecking Bird – Traditional
  • Swan – Traditional
  • Peacock – Traditional
  • Hungry Chick – Javier Caboblanco
  • Perched Owl – Robert Neale
  • Songbird – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Great-Horned Owl – Giovanni Maltagliati
  • Mother and Baby Penguin – Nick Robinson
  • Fat Bird – Gareth Louis
  • Bowing Bird – Jeff Beynon
  • Fancy Swan – Eric Joisel
  • Cricket – Traditional
  • Pig – Nick Robinson
  • Cat’s Head – Evi Binzinger
  • Frog’s head – Edwin Corrie
  • Whale’s Tail – Mick Guy
  • Fantail Goldfish – Traditional
  • Horse – Traditional
  • Mad March Hare – Nick Robinson
  • Dolphin – Nick Robinson
  • Frog on a Window – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Howling at the Moon – Chris Alexander
  • Elephant – Ann LaVin
  • Puma’s Head – Roman Diaz
  • Squarosaurus – Nick Robinson
  • Koala – Edwin Corrie
  • Water Lily – Traditional
  • Tulip and Stem – Zsuzanna Kricskovics
  • Long-Stemmed Rose – Nick Robinson
  • Boutonniere Blossom – Traditional
  • Sunflower – Nick Robinson
  • Snowdrop – Nick Robinson
  • Camelia – Traditional
  • Orchid – Jonathon Shapcott
  • Bluebell – Adolfo Cerceda
  • Desert Flower – Nick Robinson
  • Girl’s Head 1 – Eric Kenneway
  • Girl’s Head 2 – Eric Kenneway
  • Simple Santa – Nick Robinson
  • Napoleon – Nick Robinson
  • Grumpy Alien – Nick Robinson
  • Vampyra – Paul Hanson
  • Crying Baby – Gilad Aharoni
  • Robot’s Head – Mike Thomas
  • Human Face – Nick Robinson
  • Mr. Muppet – Gilad Aharoni
  • Angel – Neal Elias
  • Simple Tray – Traditional
  • Square Bowl – Traditional
  • Spanish Box – Traditional
  • Poppy Dish – Nick Robinson
  • Triangular Box – Assia Brill
  • Desk Tidy – Assia Brill
  • Fox Dish – Nick Robinson
  • Star Box – Francesco Guarnieri
  • Curly Box – Traditional
  • Lidded Box – Nick Robinson
  • Classic Bowl – Florence Temko
  • Bristol Box – Daniel G. Mason
  • Tessellating Cross – Traditional
  • Squared Square – Robert Neale
  • Proving Pythagoras – Mick Guy
  • Flexion – Arthur Stone
  • Tower – Traditional
  • 8-Point Star – Wayne Brown
  • Tri Puzzle – David Petty
  • Pinwheel Tato – Traditional
  • Cross Puzzle – David Petty
  • Classic Cube – Fujimoto Shuzo
  • Double Cube – Nick Robinson
  • Tri-Coaster – Nick Robinson
  • DNA Strand – Thoki Yenn
  • Umulius Rectangulum – Thoki Yenn
  • Tri-Puzzle and Cross Puzzle Solutions – Thoki Yenn
  • Hexahedron – Molly Kahn
  • Squared Square Cube – Robert Neale
  • Modular Twist – Nick Robinson
  • Pyramid – Francisco Javier Caboblanco
  • Windmill Cube – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Tri-Module Unit – Nick Robinson
  • Snowflake Module – David Petty
  • Snow Cube – Nick Robinson
  • Goldfinch Star – Nick Robinson
  • Octahedron – Robert Neale
  • Wallet – Traditional
  • Cup – Traditional
  • Booklet – Traditional
  • Envelope from Bonn – Doris Lauinger
  • Party Hat – Robert Neale
  • French Fries Bag – Traditional
  • Set Square – Nick Robinson
  • Pocket Fan – Sjaak Adriaanse
  • Classic Cap – Traditional
  • Sailboat Envelope – Evi Binzinger
  • Elforia Envelope – Sjaak Adriaanse
  • Holiday Card – Doris Lauinger
  • Ring – Traditional
  • Gliding Hoop – Traditional
  • Crown – Nick Robinson
  • Sheffield Sailboat – Nick Robinson
  • Word Dominoes – Mick Guy
  • Freising Plane – Nick Robinson
  • Cart – Traditional
  • Standing Heart – Nick Robinson
  • Popsicle – Gilad Aharoni
  • Bug-Eye Glider – Nick Robinson
  • 3D Heart – Haui Bogl’arka
  • Candle – Nick Robinson
  • Reverse Pinwheel – Florence Temko
  • Kettle – Adolfo Cerceda
  • Tent – Francesco Guarnieri
  • Trees on a Hillside – Eric Kenneway
  • Apple – Fujimoto Shuzo

Easy Origami

By: Didier Boursin

This is another excellent beginner book with 24 very simple models to fold. The diagrams are clearly explained with text instructions and use two coloured paper to make them easy to read.

That being said if the other beginner books here look too easy or childish and you’re not ready for the Intermediate level books then definitely check this one out.

You’ll find excellent, easy to follow diagrams for a wide array of over 100 models and nothing is too difficult to fold.

  • Flower – Didier Boursin
  • Hamster – Didier Boursin
  • Pine Tree – Didier Boursin
  • Butterfly – Didier Boursin
  • Mouth – Didier Boursin
  • Fish – Didier Boursin
  • Rabbit – Didier Boursin
  • Envelope – Didier Boursin
  • Airplane – Didier Boursin
  • Boat – Didier Boursin
  • Simple Stars – Didier Boursin
  • Decorations – Didier Boursin
  • Box and House – Didier Boursin
  • Bracelet – Didier Boursin
  • Propeller – Didier Boursin
  • Face – Didier Boursin
  • String of Dolls – Didier Boursin
  • Cube – Didier Boursin
  • Fancy Star and Ball – Didier Boursin
  • Star Cluster – Didier Boursin
  • What’s This? – Didier Boursin
  • Garland – Didier Boursin
  • Pyramid – Didier Boursin
  • Bird – Didier Boursin

Intermediate-Level Books


These are intermediate level books. The models you’ll find in them look great and are a little bit more complicated but they’re not crazy difficult.

Origami Omnibus

By: Kunihiko Kasahara

This is one of my all time favourite origami books. There are diagrams for a wide variety of models ranging from pretty easy to intermediate difficulty.

The diagrams are easy to read and throughout the book the author has quick little sections explaining some of the theory and math behind origami and origami design. Nothing too complicated.

This book has one of my favourite models to fold, a Chinese dragon that looks really great but isn’t too difficult. There are also a ton of models in this book. Every time you pick it up you’re probably going to find something new to fold.

I highly recommend this book.

  • Grinning Old Man – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Celestial General – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Demon Mask – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Tengu Mask – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Pinocchio Mask – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Monster from the Arabian Nights – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Singer of Antiwar Songs – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Kamui Mask – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Lion (Male) Mane – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Gorilla – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Unit Origami – Cube: Four Variations – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Dice – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Cube with a Pierrot Face – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Cube with a Panda Face – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Tyrannosaurus – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Puzzle Cube I – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Cube A – Bisecting I – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Cube B – Bisecting II – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Cube C – Bisecting Horizontally – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Cube D – Bisecting on the Diagonal – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Roof I – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Rectangular Lid for Cube D – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • House II – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Cube E – Bisecting III – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Rhombic Lid for Cube E – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Building Block Bisection – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Cube F – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • My Flying Crane – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Flying White Heron – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Crane in Flight – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • El Condor Pasa – The Condor Passes – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Koala – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Persian Cat – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Llama – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Fox – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Beagle – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Mother and Child Monkeys – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Mouse – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Squirrel – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Elephant – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Lion – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Giant Panda – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Donkey – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Dragon – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Dimetrodon – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Pteranodon – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Archaeopteryx – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Stegosaurus – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Tyrannosaurus Head – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Brontosaurus – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Mammoth – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Fox Mobile – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Equilateral-Triangular Pyramid – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Equilateral-Triangular Flat Unit I – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Equilateral-Triangular Flat Unit II – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Equilateral-Triangular Unit – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Equilateral-Triangular Unit – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Module Cube – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Cherry-Blossom Unit – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Star-Within-a-Star Unit – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Kepler’s Star – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Univalve Shell – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Object d’Art – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Regular-Pentagonal Flat Unit – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Decagonal Flat Unit – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Regular-Octagonal Flat Unit – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • The Reversible Stellate Icosahedron – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • The Reversible Stellate Regular Dodecahedron – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Greater and Lesser Stellate Dodecahedrons – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Stellate Regular Octahedron – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Stellate Tetrahedron – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Toy Puzzle – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Cube Pyramid – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Water Lily Pad – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Frog – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • The Ambitions Frog – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Tadpole – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • My Favourite Fox – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Cicada – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Dragonfly – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Hopping Grasshopper – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Carp – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Shark – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Tropical Fish – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Hermit Crab – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Univalve Shell – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Bivalve Shell – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Sea Weeds – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Sea Anemones – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Decorative Lid – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Cube Box – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Four-Dimensional (?) Box – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Book (Paperback) – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Hard-Cover Book with Case – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Bookcase – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Bookcase – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • The Reader – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Tricorn Hat and Tree – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Trees II and III – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Tree IV, V and VI – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Long rectangular Box – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Rectangular Box – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Roof II – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • House – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Chimney – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Church – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Roof III – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • House A with a Window – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • House B with an Entrance – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • House C with a Window and an Entrance – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Hang-Glider I – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Hang Glider II – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Candle and Candlestick – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Sleigh – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Automobile – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Pinwheel – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Eye – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Sail – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Lips – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Moustache – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Eyebrow – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Nose – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Pinocchio Nose (or Bird Beak) – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Cattleya – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Rose – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Sparrow – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Duck – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Swallow – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Cormorant with Outstretched Wings – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Eagle – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Swan – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Swan II – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Dove – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Peacock – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Chicken – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Fluttering Pheasant – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Dove of Peace – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Angel – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Pinocchio Mask – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Adam and Eve – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Old Sol – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Peacock – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Rhinoceros – Kunihiko Kasahara

Origami for the Connoisseur

By: Kunihiko Kasahara and Toshie Takahama

This book features a wide array of models from several different designers such as Jun Maekawa, Tomoko Fuse, David Brill and several more.

You’ll find diagrams for animals, sea shells, shapes, dinosaurs, insects and more. This book also includes the diagrams for the awesome Kawasaki Rose! The diagrams are clear and there are photos of each model.

You’ll also find little bits of origami theory and mathematics sprinkled throughout the diagrams as well.

  • Hourglass – Jun Maekawa
  • Rotating Tetrahedron – Tomoko Fuse
  • Liddid Cube Box – David Brill
  • Coaster #1 – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Coaster #2 – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Kawasaki Cube #1 – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Variations of Kawasaki Cube #1 – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Kawasaki Cube #2 – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Supersonic Reconnaissance SR-71 – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Space Shuttle – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Snooze Module – Mitsunobu Sonobe
  • Simplified Sonobe MOdule – Bicolor Diabolo Pattern – Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Bottle – David Brill
  • The HK Cube, or Trick Dice – Kazuo Haga and Kunihiko Kasahara
  • Octahedron – Kazuo Haga
  • Icosahedron – Kazuo Haga
  • Dodecahedron – Kazuo Haga
  • The Fujimoto Cube – Shuzo Fujimoto
  • The Hosoya Cube – Haruo Hosoya
  • The Tomoko Unit – Tomoko Fuse
  • Okamochi Box – Jun Maekawa
  • Half a Cube – Jun Maekawa
  • Half a Cube – Jun Maekawa
  • Divided Masu Measuring Box – Jun Maekawa
  • Semiregular Decahedron with some Reentrant Corners – Jun Maekawa
  • Model No. 6 – Jun Maekawa
  • Model No. 7 – Jun Maekawa
  • Dodecahedron Unit – Jun Maekawa
  • Ptarmigan – Icosahedron – Kohji and Mitsue Fushimi
  • Kitten – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Goose – John Montroll
  • Pelican – John Montroll
  • Clapper Rail – Jun Maekawa
  • Kangaroo – Peter Engel
  • Giraffe – Peter Engel
  • Malay Tapir – Jun Maekawa
  • Horse – David Brill
  • Fox – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Camellia, Bloom and Branch – Toshi Takahama
  • Rose – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Green Pepper – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Daikon Raddish – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Eggplant – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Flower-Cut Hard-Boiled Egg – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Pine Cone – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Spiral Snail Shell – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Sea-Snail Shell – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Murex Shell – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Ground Beetle – John Montroll
  • Ramphorhynchus – John Montroll
  • Stegosaurus – John Montroll

Origami Zoo: An Amazing Collection of Folded Paper Animals

By: Robert J. Lang and Stephen Weiss

This is a book featuring 37 paper animals designed by Robert. J. Lang and Stephen Weiss. The models start off really simply and then get more difficult as you go through the book.

You’ll find a section at the beginning showing how to make different kinds of folds, bases and how to do various techniques.

This is an excellent book for someone who’s just starting with origami but isn’t really a beginner any more. You’ll find lots of great animals to practice on.

  • Dolphin – Robert J. Lang
  • Penguin – Stephen Weiss
  • Swan – Stephen Weiss
  • Fish – Robert J. Lang
  • Gorilla – Stephen Weiss
  • Scottie – Stephen Weiss
  • Owl – Stephen Weiss
  • Goose – Stephen Weiss
  • Frog – Stephen Weiss
  • Lion – Robert J. Lang
  • Duck – Stephen Weiss
  • Sea Turtle – Stephen Weiss
  • Roadrunner – Stephen Weiss
  • Collie – Robert J. Lang
  • Kangaroo – Stephen Weiss
  • Squirrel – Stephen Weiss
  • Skunk – Robert J. Lang
  • Panda – Robert J. Lang
  • Fox – Stephen Weiss
  • Irish Setter – Stephen Weiss
  • Alligator – Stephen Weiss
  • Pegasus – Stephen Weiss
  • Camel – Stephen Weiss & Robert J. Lang
  • Mouse – Robert J. Lang
  • Wooly Mammoth – Stephen Weiss
  • Dog in a Doghouse – Stephen Weiss
  • Bear – Stephen Weiss
  • Golden Eagle – Robert J. Lang
  • Desert Tortoise – Robert J. Lang
  • Rabbit – Robert J. Lang
  • Giraffe – Stephen Weiss
  • Horsefly – Robert J. Lang
  • Black Widow – Robert J. Lang
  • Reindeer – Robert J. Lang
  • Butterfly – Robert J. Lang
  • Praying Mantis – Robert J. Lang
  • Crab – Robert J. Lang

Origami Insects and Their Kin

By: Robert J. Lang

Robert J. Lang is a master at designing origami insects and this book features 20 of his excellent designs with easy to follow diagrams.

You’ll find a wide variety of insects and a few spiders. A couple of the models aren’t too difficult to fold but the rest will require you to have at least an intermediate level of skill with origami and some of them can be a bit complicated.

  • Treehopper – Robert J. Lang
  • Spotted Ladybug – Robert J. Lang
  • Orb Weaver – Robert J. Lang
  • Tarantula – Robert J. Lang
  • Tick – Robert J. Lang
  • Ant – Robert J. Lang
  • Butterfly – Robert J. Lang
  • Scarab Beetle – Robert J. Lang
  • Cicada – Robert J. Lang
  • Grasshopper – Robert J. Lang
  • Black Pine Sawyer – Robert J. Lang
  • Dragonfly – Robert J. Lang
  • Hercules Beetle – Robert J. Lang
  • Long Necked Seed Bug – Robert J. Lang
  • Pill Bug – Robert J. Lang
  • Praying Mantis – Robert J. Lang
  • Stag Beetle – Robert J. Lang
  • Paper Wasp – Robert J. Lang
  • Samurai Helmet Beetle – Robert J. Lang
  • Scorpion – Robert J. Lang

The Complete Book of Origami

By: Robert J. Lang

This book features diagrams for 37 of Robert J. Lang’s early designs.

The models range in difficulty from really simple beginner ones to more intermediate level ones. You’ll find a wide array of different kinds of models too from animals to insects, to people and objects.

Robert J. Lang is one of the best origami designers out there so this book is definitely worth it if you’re starting out with origami and looking for some great models to fold that aren’t too difficult.

  • White Faced Mouse – Robert J. Lang
  • Duck – Robert J. Lang
  • Fish – Robert J. Lang
  • Swan – Robert J. Lang
  • Cap – Robert J. Lang
  • Shark – Robert J. Lang
  • Kangaroo – Robert J. Lang
  • Rocket – Robert J. Lang
  • Seated Lady – Robert J. Lang
  • Nun – Robert J. Lang
  • Vulture – Robert J. Lang
  • Songbird – Robert J. Lang
  • King Tut – Robert J. Lang
  • Gerbil – Robert J. Lang
  • Dragonfly – Robert J. Lang
  • Bald Eagle – Robert J. Lang
  • Grasshopper – Robert J. Lang
  • Dimetrodon – Robert J. Lang
  • Deer – Robert J. Lang
  • Pegasus – Robert J. Lang
  • Cube – Robert J. Lang
  • Stellated Cubocta – Robert J. Lang
  • Rabbit – Robert J. Lang
  • Elephant – Robert J. Lang
  • Parrot – Robert J. Lang
  • Bi-Plane – Robert J. Lang
  • Turtle – Robert J. Lang
  • Scorpion – Robert J. Lang
  • Tarantula – Robert J. Lang
  • Cicada – Robert J. Lang
  • Seagull – Robert J. Lang
  • Monkey – Robert J. Lang
  • Viking Ship – Robert J. Lang
  • Violinist – Robert J. Lang
  • Bassist – Robert J. Lang
  • Pianist – Robert J. Lang
  • Cuckoo Clock – Robert J. Lang

Origami in Action : Paper Toys That Fly, Flap, Gobble, and Inflate

By: Robert J. Lang

This book features 39 models from several different designers that can all move in some way. For example there are flapping birds, a jumping from, a guitarist, an awesome T-Rex mouth that opens and closes and a lot more.

The difficulty of the diagrams ranges from super easy beginner stuff to more intermediate level stuff. Most of the models in this book aren’t too difficult.

  • Traditional Flapping Bird – Traditional
  • Randlett’s Flapping Bird – Samuel L. Randlett
  • Flapping Butterfly – Deg Farelly
  • Intermediate Flapping Butterfly – Deg Farelly
  • Flapping Eagle – Robert J. Lang
  • Flapping Duck – Robert J. Lang
  • Flapping Crane – Robert J. Lang
  • Flapping Lovebirds – Robert J. Lang
  • Inflatable Waterbomb – Traditional
  • Blow-Up Bunny – Traditional
  • Sitting Bunny – Robert J. Lang
  • Inflatable Goldfish – Traditional (modified by Philip Shen)
  • Folding Knife – Robert J. Lang
  • Barking Wolf – Robert J. Lang
  • Gobbling Clam – Robert J. Lang
  • Talking Frogger – Nick Robinson
  • Pecking Woodpecker – Nick Robinson
  • Catapult – Traditional
  • Cootie Catcher – Traditional
  • Harlequin Cootie Catcher – Russell Cashdollar
  • Talking Mouse Mask – Robert J. Lang
  • Talking Dragon – Traditional
  • Kicking Frog – Robert J. Lang
  • Wagging-Tail Doggie – Robert J. Lang
  • Gliding Butterfly – Makoto Yamaguchi
  • Hovercraft – Makoto Yamaguchi
  • Boardsailor – Nick Robinson
  • Rocking Sailboat – Merrill Gross
  • Flying Fighter – Robert J. Lang
  • Clapping Seal – Robert J. Lang
  • Swimming Manatee – Robert J. Lang
  • Kicking Otter – Robert J. Lang
  • Tyrannosaurus Rex – Robert J. Lang
  • Indian Paddling a Canoe – Robert J. Lang
  • Strumming Guitarist – Robert J. Lang
  • Fiddling Bassist – Robert J. Lang
  • Flasher – Jeremy Schafer & Chris Palmer
  • Spring Into Action – Jeff Beynon

Animal Origami for the Enthusiast: Step-by-Step Instructions in Over 900 Diagrams

By: John Montroll

This is one of the best books if you’re looking for paper animals. It features sets of diagrams for 25 of John Montroll’s excellent animal designs.

The book starts out pretty easy but some of the later models start getting more difficult. The crab later in the book is one of my favourite models to fold. It’s a bit tricky but not too hard and it looks amazing when it’s done.

  • Angelfish – John Montroll
  • Seal – John Montroll
  • Walrus – John Montroll
  • Starfish – John Montroll
  • Crane – John Montroll
  • Swan – John Montroll
  • Eagle – John Montroll
  • Owl – John Montroll
  • Tyrannosaurus – John Montroll
  • Brontosaurus – John Montroll
  • Snake – John Montroll
  • Turtle – John Montroll
  • Frog – John Montroll
  • Frog with Toes – John Montroll
  • Bear – John Montroll
  • Kangaroo – John Montroll
  • Giraffe – John Montroll
  • Fox – John Montroll
  • Elephant – John Montroll
  • Antelope – John Montroll
  • Spider – John Montroll
  • Crab – John Montroll
  • Lobster – John Montroll
  • Ornament – John Montroll
  • Star – John Montroll

Crease and Fold: Innovative Origami Projects Anyone Can Make

By: Sok Song

This is an excellent upper beginner/lower intermediate level book with 32 excellent designs.

You’ll find several animals models as well as things like a masu box, a dress, a kusudama and an orchid.

If you feel that you’re no longer an origami beginner and you’re looking for something a bit more complicated but still not too difficult then this is a great book to check out.

  • Songbird – Sok Song
  • Turtle – Sok Song
  • Rooster – Sok Song
  • Polar Bear – Sok Song
  • Frog – Sok Song
  • Bunny – Sok Song
  • Penguin – Sok Song
  • Kangaroo – Sok Song
  • Gorilla – Sok Song
  • Cat – Sok Song
  • Swallow – Sok Song
  • Elephant Baby – Sok Song
  • Blue Whale – Sok Song
  • Michael’s Butterfly – Sok Song
  • Koala – Sok Song
  • Masu Box – Traditional
  • Snack Bowls – Sok Song
  • Orchid – Sok Song
  • Giraffe – Sok Song
  • Dress – Sok Song
  • Heart with Wings – Sok Song
  • Photo Modular – Sok Song
  • Bracelet – Traditional
  • Angel – Sok Song
  • Star Light Cozy Ornament – Sok Song
  • Wallet – Sok Song
  • Bag – Sok Song
  • Box with Lid – Sok Song
  • Deer Head Trophy – Sok Song
  • Sakura Blossom Lampshade – Sok Song
  • Dino-Squirrel – Sok Song
  • Elephant – Sok Song

Origami Art: 15 Exquisite Folded Paper Designs from the Origamido Studio

By: Michael G. LaFosse and Richard L. Alexander

This book starts off with a large section of text about the Origamido Studio and the recent history of origami in the United States. This is followed by another large section about all the various different kinds of origami paper and how to select the best paper for your project.

After this is an excellent section on some of the fancier origami techniques such as back coating, colouring paper with acrylic paint and wet folding.

About 60 pages in the book gets to the diagrams which are great. There are 15 excellent models, mostly animals, that are an intermediate difficulty level. The final model in the book however, the American Crocodile, is incredibly difficult so you probably won’t be attempting that one for a while.

  • American Lobster – Michael G. LaFosse
  • Monk Seal for Linda – Michael G. LaFosse
  • Grackle – Michael G. LaFosse
  • West Indian Manatee – Michael G. LaFosse
  • Cormorant – Michael G. LaFosse
  • Humpback Whale – Michael G. LaFosse
  • Penguin – Michael G. LaFosse
  • Banana Slug – Michael G. LaFosse
  • Birdwing Butterfly – Michael G. LaFosse
  • Modular Flower and Leaf – Michael G. LaFosse
  • Pond Turtle – Michael G. LaFosse
  • Mudarri Luna Moth – Michael G. LaFosse
  • Munich Orchid and Leaf – Michael G. LaFosse
  • F-14 Tomcat Fighter Jet – Michael G. LaFosse
  • American Alligator – Michael G. LaFosse

Dinosaur Origami

By: John Montroll

This book has a great collection of paper dinosaurs. The cover says there are 25 models but there are actually 30.

This book includes most of the models from John Montreal’s previous Prehistoric Origami book plus a few more new ones. The diagrams have been re-worked and are more clear from the previous book as well.

The models start out pretty easy but most of them are intermediate level.

  • Mountain and Volcano – John Montroll
  • Cracked Dinosaur Egg – John Montroll
  • Prehistoric Tree – John Montroll
  • Pterodactylus – John Montroll
  • Quetzalcoatlus – John Montroll
  • Pteranodon – John Montroll
  • Rhamphorhynchus – John Montroll
  • Elasmosaurus – John Montroll
  • Tanystropheus – John Montroll
  • Riojasaurus – John Montroll
  • Apatosaurus – John Montroll
  • Brachiosaurus – John Montroll
  • Diplodocus – John Montroll
  • Dimetrodon – John Montroll
  • Spinosaurus – John Montroll
  • Tyrannosaurus – John Montroll
  • Allosaurus – John Montroll
  • Parasaurolophus – John Montroll
  • Coelophysis – John Montroll
  • Compsognathus – John Montroll
  • Sphaerotholus – John Montroll
  • Struthiomimus – John Montroll
  • Tenontosaurus – John Montroll
  • Gryposaurus – John Montroll
  • Hadrosaurus – John Montroll
  • Iguanodon – John Montroll
  • Protoceratops – John Montroll
  • Styracosaurus – John Montroll
  • Triceratops – John Montroll
  • Stegosaurus – John Montroll

Mythological Creatures and the Chinese Zodiac Origami

By: John Montroll

This is another excellent paper folding book with a ton of excellent models, especially if you’re looking for mythological creatures.

The first half of this book has diagrams for all the different animals of the Chinese Zodiac. These are mostly regular animals like a rabbit, tiger, monkey etc.

The second half of the book has diagrams for several different mythological creatures such as dragons, a unicorn, a griffin and much more. There’s even an awesome 3-headed dragon.

The diagrams are all very clear with two coloured paper and text instructions to go with most steps. The models in this book are all at an intermediate level and they’re quite awesome. This book is highly recommended.

  • Rat – John Montroll
  • Ox – John Montroll
  • Tiger – John Montroll
  • Rabbit – John Montroll
  • Chinese Dragon – John Montroll
  • Snake – John Montroll
  • Horse – John Montroll
  • Ram – John Montroll
  • Monkey – John Montroll
  • Rooster – John Montroll
  • Dog – John Montroll
  • Boar – John Montroll
  • Sea Serpent – John Montroll
  • Unicorn – John Montroll
  • Centaur – John Montroll
  • Griffin – John Montroll
  • Pegasus – John Montroll
  • Cerberus – John Montroll
  • Chimera – John Montroll
  • Western Dragon – John Montroll
  • Wyvern – John Montroll

Origami from Angelfish to Zen

By: Peter Engel

This is another one of my favourite books. The book starts off with a large section about the history and theory of origami which may or may not be interesting to you.

About a third of the way through the book though it gets into the models and there are a bunch of really awesome models in this book.

Almost all of the models in this book are animals and they all look really great. The diagrams are detailed with two coloured paper and text instructions for each step and the difficulty level is intermediate to upper intermediate. This isn’t a beginner book but it’s great if you’re looking to improve your skills while folding some really awesome models.

  • Angelfish – Peter Engel
  • Butterfly Fish – Peter Engel
  • Discus Fish – Peter Engel
  • Hummingbird – Peter Engel
  • Kangaroo – Peter Engel
  • Giraffe – Peter Engel
  • Penguin – Peter Engel
  • One-Dollar Yacht – Peter Engel
  • One-Dollar Bow Tie – Peter Engel
  • One-Dollar Crab – Peter Engel
  • Eight-Pointed Star – Peter Engel
  • Valentine – Peter Engel
  • Crab – Peter Engel
  • Centipede – Peter Engel
  • Rattlesnake – Peter Engel
  • Octopus – Peter Engel
  • Squid – Peter Engel
  • Scorpion – Peter Engel
  • Alligator – Peter Engel
  • Tiger – Peter Engel
  • Reindeer – Peter Engel
  • Elephant – Peter Engel
  • Knight on Horseback – Peter Engel
  • Butterfly – Peter Engel

Marvelous Modular Origami

By: Meenakshi Mukerji

Meenakshi Mukerji is probably the master of modular origami and kusudamas. In this book she shows how to fold several kusudamas from multiple origami units.

The models are pretty simple and the diagrams are quite clear. This is an excellent book to get if you’re interested in getting into modular origami.

This book also has a pretty big section at the end of the math and theory of modular origami along with suggested books and websites to check out.

  • Daisy Sonobe – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Striped Sonobe – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Snow-Capped Snonobe 1 – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Snow-Capped Sonobe 2 – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Swan Sonobe – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Spike Pentakis Dodecahedron – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Cosmos Ball – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Cosmos Ball Variation – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Calla Lily Ball – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Phlox Ball – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • FanTastic – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Stella – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Poinsettia Floral Ball – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Passion Flower Ball – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Petunia Floral Ball – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Primrose Floral Ball – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Daisy Dodecahedron 1 – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Daisy Dodecahedron 2 – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Daisy Dodecahedron 3 – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Umbrella Dodechedron – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Jasmine Dodecahedron 1 – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Jasmine Dodecahedron 2 – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Jasmine Dodecahedron 3 – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Swirl Dodecahedron 1 – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Swirl Dodecahedron 2 – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Lightning Bolt – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Twirl Octahedron – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Star Windows – Meenakshi Mukerji

Exquisite Modular Origami

By: Meenakshi Mukerji

This is another excellent modular origami book by Meenakshi Mukerji.

This time there isn’t really any theory or anything like that, instead it’s just diagrams to fold several excellent looking origami kusudamas.

The models are all pretty easy to fold and the diagrams are clear and everything is explained quite well. This book makes an excellent follow-up to Marvellous Modular Origami.

  • Super Simple Isosceles Triangle Unit – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Compound of Five Octahedra – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Daffodils – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Dimpled Model with Curls – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Dimpled Model with Flowers – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Dimpled Model with Curves – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Dimpled Model with Color Change – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Pinwheel Dodecahedron – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Pinwheel Dodecahedron Variation – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Vortex Dodecahedron – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Vortex Dodecahedron Variation – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Star Flower – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Star Flower Variation – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Zinnia – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Corolla – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Flower Star – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Flower Star Variation – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Zinnia Star – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Corolla Star – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Etna Kusudama – Maria Sinayskaya – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Helica Kusudama – Ekaterina Lukasheva – Meenakshi Mukerji

Ornamental Origami

By: Meenakshi Mukerji

This is definitely a must have book if you’re into modular origami.

The book starts off with a little section about the theory and mathematics of modular origami and then get into several great looking kusudama models.

The last section of the book details “Planar Models” which are a little bit different than the kusudama type models but still pretty awesome.

  • Super Simple Isosceles Triangle Unit – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Compound of Five Octahedra – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Daffodils – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Dimpled Model with Curls – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Dimpled Model with Flowers – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Dimpled Model with Curves – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Dimpled Model with Color Change – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Pinwheel Dodecahedron – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Pinwheel Dodecahedron Variation – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Vortex Dodecahedron – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Vortex Dodecahedron Variation – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Star Flower – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Star Flower Variation – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Zinnia – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Corolla – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Flower Star – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Flower Star Variation – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Zinnia Star – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Corolla Star – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Etna Kusudama – Maria Sinayskaya – Meenakshi Mukerji
  • Helica Kusudama – Ekaterina Lukasheva – Meenakshi Mukerji

Advanced-Level Books


These books are for more advanced-level folders. The models in them are very difficult to fold and some of these books really go into the theory and mathematics about origami and origami design.

Origami Design Secrets: Second Edition

By: Robert J. Lang

This book is essentially a textbook on origami design. Robert Lang takes each chapter to describe a different technique used for designing models and ends each chapter with diagrams for a few models that illustrate the technique discussed.

This is a fantastic book for anyone really into paper folding who wants to learn more about how to create their own models. This book also helped me understand how crease patterns work a lot more too.

There are several diagrams for some excellent models ranging from not too hard to very advanced. There are also several crease patterns as well.

You can read my full review of Origami Design Secrets: Second Edition here.

  • Stealth Fighter – Robert J. Lang
  • Snail – Robert J. Lang
  • Valentine – Robert J. Lang
  • Ruby Throated Hummingbird – Robert J. Lang
  • Baby – Robert J. Lang
  • Pteranodon – Robert J. Lang
  • Goatfish – Robert J. Lang
  • Songbird 1 – Robert J. Lang
  • KNL Dragon – Robert J. Lang
  • Lizard – Robert J. Lang
  • Tree Frog – Robert J. Lang
  • Dancing Crane – Robert J. Lang
  • Turtle – Robert J. Lang
  • Western Pond Turtle – Robert J. Lang
  • Koi – Robert J. Lang
  • Pegasus – Robert J. Lang
  • Emu – Robert J. Lang
  • Songbird 2 – Robert J. Lang
  • Orchid Blossom – Robert J. Lang
  • Silverfish – Robert J. Lang
  • Alamo Stallion – Robert J. Lang
  • Roosevelt Elk – Robert J. Lang
  • Organist – Robert J. Lang
  • Black Forest Cuckoo Clock – Robert J. Lang
  • Bull Moose – Robert J. Lang
  • African Elephant – Robert J. Lang
  • Train – Emmanuel Mooser
  • Flying Walking Stick – Robert J. Lang
  • Salt Creek Tiger Beetle – Robert J. Lang
  • Longhorn Beetle – Robert J. Lang
  • Camel Spider – Robert J. Lang
  • Water Strider – Robert J. Lang
  • Scarab Beetle – Robert J. Lang
  • Cicada Nymph – Robert J. Lang
  • Scarab Beetle HP – Robert J. Lang
  • Cyclommatus Metallifer – Robert J. Lang
  • Scorpion HP – Robert J. Lang
  • Euthysanius Beetle – Robert J. Lang
  • Spur-Legged Dung Beetle – Robert J. Lang

Works of Satoshi Kamiya 1995-2003

By: Satoshi Kamiya

This is one of my all time favourite books mainly because it has Satoshi Kamiya’s Chocobo (Yellow Bird) model in it which is awesome and not too difficult to fold.

You’ll also find diagrams for a ton of other awesome models ranging in difficulty from intermediate to very advanced such as his amazing Ancient Dragon and the Divine Dragon Bahamut also from Final Fantasy.

  • Carnosaurus – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Eagle Ray – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Splash! (Swan) – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Pegasus – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Hercules Beetle – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Divine Dragon (Bahamut) – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Kirin – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Tyrannosaurus – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Inoshishigami (The Divine Boar) – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Barosaurus – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Unicorn – Satoshi Kamiya
  • The Yellow Bird (Chocobo) – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Blue Whale – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Smilodon – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Coelophysis – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Orca – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Wizard – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Ancient Dragon – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Mammuthus Primigenius – Satoshi Kamiya

Works of Satoshi Kamiya 2, 2002 – 2009

By: Satoshi Kamiya

This is a sequel to the first Works of Satoshi Kamiya book and has diagrams for a bunch of awesome models by Satoshi Kamiya that are hard to find or not available. These are some of his newer designs.

The diagrams are excellent, very detailed and have instructions in both English and Japanese. There are also some beautiful photos of the models at the start of the book along with crease patterns for all the models.

This is definitely an advanced book and the models are quite difficult to fold but the models are awesome, especially the Phoenix, Cerberus, Sleipnir and Tree Frog models.

  • Japanese Maple Leaf – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Golden Retriever – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Asiatic Elephant – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Racoon Dog – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Lion – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Little Bird – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Lyrebird – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Turban Shell – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Hermit Crab – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Tree Frog – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Cicada Nymph – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Cyclommatus Metallifer – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Sleipnir – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Cerberus – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Minotaur – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Phoenix – Satoshi Kamiya

Origami Insects II

By: Robert J. Lang

Robert J. Lang is probably “the” expert when it comes to designing paper insects and this book has a ton of his awesome insect models in it.

The difficulty of the models ranges from upper intermediate to more advanced. The diagrams are very detailed with text in both English and Japanese and there are crease patterns for each model as well.

If you’re interested in folding some of the most awesome looking insects out there then definitely pick up this book.

  • Butterfly – Robert J. Lang
  • Acrocinus longimanus – Robert J. Lang
  • Ant – Robert J. Lang
  • Tarantula – Robert J. Lang
  • Pill Bug – Robert J. Lang
  • Dragonfly – Robert J. Lang
  • Eupatorus gracilicornus – Robert J. Lang
  • Scorpion – Robert J. Lang
  • Flying Ladybird Beetle – Robert J. Lang
  • Longhorn Beetle – Robert J. Lang
  • Praying Mantis – Robert J. Lang
  • Periodical Cicada – Robert J. Lang
  • Flying Cicada – Robert J. Lang
  • Flying Grasshopper – Robert J. Lang
  • Samurai Helmet Beetle – Robert J. Lang
  • Hercules Beetle – Robert J. Lang
  • Centipede – Robert J. Lang

Origami 5: Fifth International Meeting of Origami Science, Mathematics, and Education

By: Patsy Wang-Iverson, Robert J. Lang and Mark Yim

This is a different kind of origami book. You won’t find any diagrams or models in it, instead you’ll find a bunch of essays about origami theory.

The book is a result a conference, the fifth one of these conferences, held at the Singapore Management University in 2010. During this conference a series of meetings explored the connections between origami, technology, mathematics, education and other academic fields.

The first section of the book is all about the history, art and design of origami. The next section has essays about origami in education, science, technology and engineering. The final section of the book is all about the mathematics behind origami.

If you’re interested in the art form of origami, its history, mathematics and modern applications in science and technology then you’ll find the collection of essays in this book very interesting.

You can read my full review of the book here.

Passion Origami Books


This is a collection of really excellent origami books published by Nicolas Terry of Passion Origami. He partnered with some of the world’s top designers to create these books. They’re all really great and have high production values. These books are for intermediate and advanced level folders.

Passion Origami

By: Nicolas Terry

This is Nicolas Terry’s first book and it’s unfortunately no longer available in physical form. You can however buy it as an eBook.

There’s a variety of different models here from several different designers. All the diagrams are very clear and have text instructions in both English and French.

Most of the diagrams in this book are intermediate level with a few that are pretty easy and a few that are quite advanced.

This is definitely an excellent collection of origami models.

  • Little Miss Duck – Nicolas Terry
  • Little Big Duck – Nicolas Terry
  • Snail – Nicolas Terry
  • Ghost Monk – Nicolas Terry
  • Rabbit Puppet – Nicolas Terry
  • Albertini’s Base – Lionel Albertino
  • Fox – Nicolas Terry
  • Dragonfly – Nicolas Terry
  • Monkey – Nicolas Terry
  • Gorilla – Nicolas Terry
  • Sitting Puppy – Nicolas Terry
  • Snail on a Leaf  – Nicolas Terry
  • Monk with a Stick – Nicolas Terry
  • Bear 2004 Version – Nicolas Terry
  • Pharaoh Ramses 2 – Nicolas Terry
  • Mizen, Kikazaru and Iwazaru – Nicolas Terry
  • Rhinoceros – Nicolas Terry
  • Baby Rhinoceros – Nicolas Terry
  • Lion – Nicolas Terry
  • Lioness – Nicolas Terry
  • Extinct Bird – Nicolas Terry
  • Rickshaw – Nicolas Terry
  • Cartoon Frog – Nicolas Terry
  • Winged Warrior – Nicolas Terry
  • Primitive – Nicolas Terry
  • Monkey with a Stick – Nicolas Terry
  • Troll – Nicolas Terry

Origami for Interpreters

By: Roman Diaz

Roman Diaz is a master at designing paper animals, probably because he works as a veterinarian and this book is a collection of 25 of his excellent animal designs.

The book opens up with a text section where Roman Diaz discusses how an origami designer is like a composer and folders are like interpreters and he encourages folders to put their own spin and touches on the models they fold. He has lots of tips and techniques to help folders with this.

After this section the book gets into the diagrams which are clear, detailed and have text instructions in both Spanish and English. The diagrams start off quite easy and get harder throughout the book. The last few models in the book are quite complex.

If you like folding paper animals then you should definitely pick up this book.

  • Rooster – Roman Diaz
  • Cat – Roman Diaz
  • Steer – Roman Diaz
  • Horse – Roman Diaz
  • Lion’s Head – Roman Diaz
  • Sparrow – Roman Diaz
  • Cow’s Skull – Roman Diaz
  • Canada Goose – Roman Diaz
  • Puppy – Roman Diaz
  • Sperm Whale – Roman Diaz
  • Panda – Roman Diaz
  • Hatching Penguin – Roman Diaz
  • Coyote – Roman Diaz
  • Peace Dove – Roman Diaz
  • Tiger’s Head – Roman Diaz
  • Crane – Roman Diaz
  • Cambaco – Roman Diaz
  • Secretary Bird – Roman Diaz
  • Fox Terrier – Roman Diaz
  • Unicorn – Roman Diaz
  • Hippocampus – Roman Diaz
  • Acrobatic Elephant – Roman Diaz
  • Kiwi – Roman Diaz
  • Lion – Roman Diaz
  • Tancho Zuru – Roman Diaz

Licence to Fold

By: Nicolas Terry

This book is a fantastic collection of models from 19 different designers. You’ll find animals, insects, a ship, cartoons, people and more.

The first couple of models start out pretty easy but they get harder throughout the book. The last few models are very difficult.

The diagrams are all very clear with 2 coloured paper and English text instructions to go along with the steps.

There are also some interviews with the designers at the back of the book where they talk about designing origami and other interesting things.

  • Red path Pteranodon – Robert J. Lang
  • Cat – Giang Dinh
  • Baby Dragon – Daniella Carboni
  • Prehistoric Bird – Roman Diaz
  • Panda – Didier Piguel
  • Acrocinus Longimanus – Lionel Albertino
  • Eagle – Nguyen Hung Cuong
  • Horse – Ronald Koh
  • Bare Tree – John Montroll
  • Bear – John Montroll
  • Boxer Mantis – Manual Sirgo
  • Cow – David Llanque
  • Swordsman – Hoang Trung Thanh
  • The Wizard’s Apprentice – Noboru Miyajima
  • Jester – Fernando Gilgado
  • 3D Goose – Nicolas Terry
  • 3D Duck – Nicolas Terry
  • Sailing Ship – Francesco Miglionico
  • Gorilla – Quentin Trollip
  • Cartoon Mouse – Halle
  • Cartoon Cat – Halle
  • Lucanus Cervus – Nguyen Hung Cuong
  • Kabul Beetle – Seth Friedman

Origami Essence

By: Roman Diaz

This is sort of a follow-up to Roman Diaz’s first book Origami for Interpreters. It contains 33 more excellent sets of diagrams, mostly for animals.

The models start out pretty easy and gradually get harder. The last few diagrams get very difficult. All of the diagrams are high quality and well explained.

If you enjoyed Origami for Interpreters or are looking to fold some awesome looking paper animals then you should definitely check out this book.

  • Panda – Roman Diaz
  • Owl – Roman Diaz
  • Wren – Roman Diaz
  • Salmon – Roman Diaz
  • Penguin – Roman Diaz
  • Kingfisher – Roman Diaz
  • Wild Boar – Roman Diaz
  • Acrobatic Elephant – Roman Diaz
  • Cardinal – Roman Diaz
  • Vixen – Roman Diaz
  • Pyramid – Roman Diaz
  • Geometric Hens – Roman Diaz
  • Geometric Bird – Roman Diaz
  • T-Rex – Joseph Wu and Roman Diaz
  • Swan – Roman Diaz
  • Dove in Love< – Roman Diaz/td>
  • Bunny – Roman Diaz
  • Goldfish – Roman Diaz
  • Inflatable Fish 1 – Roman Diaz
  • Inflatable Fish 2 – Roman Diaz
  • Inflatable Piggy – Roman Diaz
  • Long-Tailed Bird – Roman Diaz
  • Donkey – Roman Diaz
  • Owl – Roman Diaz
  • Singing Cardinal – Roman Diaz
  • Ring Tailed Lemur – Roman Diaz
  • Mocking Bird – Roman Diaz
  • Unicorn – Roman Diaz
  • Hereford Steer – Roman Diaz
  • Roc – Roman Diaz
  • Traditional Chinese Frog – Roman Diaz
  • Little Frog – Roman Diaz
  • Little Toad – Roman Diaz
  • Bullfrog – Roman Diaz

Origami Sequence

By: Quentin Trollip

Quentin Trollip is another fantastic origami artist who has also designed a ton of awesome and realistic looking paper animals. This book is mostly a collection if his animal designs but also has some other models like a clown and a skull.

The models in this book are all an intermediate difficulty level and there’s nothing too complex here. The diagrams are clear with English instructions and two coloured paper.

This is another fantastic book to get if you’re interested in origami animals. It’s also great if you’ve been folding for a while now and you’re looking for a bit more of a challenge.

  • Scream – Quentin Trollip
  • Skulls – Quentin Trollip
  • Clown – Quentin Trollip
  • King Tutankhamen – Quentin Trollip
  • Teddy Bear – Quentin Trollip
  • Crucifix – Quentin Trollip
  • Mermaid – Quentin Trollip
  • Hippocampus – Quentin Trollip
  • Bottlenose Dolphin – Quentin Trollip
  • Great White Shark – Quentin Trollip
  • Border Collie – Quentin Trollip
  • Three Wise Monkeys – Quentin Trollip
  • Orangutan – Quentin Trollip
  • Clydesdale Horse – Quentin Trollip
  • Grey Wolf – Quentin Trollip
  • Grizzly Bear – Quentin Trollip
  • Bald Eagle – Quentin Trollip
  • Springbok – Quentin Trollip
  • Gemsbok – Quentin Trollip
  • African Elephant – Quentin Trollip
  • White Rhino – Quentin Trollip

VOG: 50 Hours of Origami+

By: Vietnam Origami Group

This is an amazing book that features exclusively designers from Vietnam. Vietnamese origami has a bit of a different visual style. I think the models look like they have more curved than straight lines.

This book has a collection of diagrams from 14 different Vietnamese origami artists and pretty much all the models are awesome.

They start off pretty easy and get more difficult throughout the book. The last several models get quite complex and then there are a couple of crease patterns for some very complex models. Most of the models are intermediate to advanced level though.

Pretty much everything in this book is awesome so you should definitely check it out.

  • Penguin – Dinh Truong Giang
  • Fox – Dinh Truong Giang
  • Wizard – Nguyen Tu Tuan
  • Rabbit – Nguyen Tu Tuan
  • Great Hornbill – Nguyen Vo Hien Chuong
  • Monkey – Nguyen Vo Hien Chuong
  • Cock – Nguyen Vo Hien Chuong
  • Sumo Wrestler – Nguyen Vo Hien Chuong
  • Fighting Cock – Nguyen Nguyen Thong
  • Oncidium Dancing Lady – Ngo Duc Hung
  • Duck – Hoang Tien Quyet
  • Mouse – Hoang Tien Quyet
  • Cat – Hoang Tien Quyet
  • Kitten – Hoang Tien Quyet
  • Rabbit with a Tie – Hoang Tien Quyet
  • Horse – Hoang Tien Quyet
  • Buddha – Dang Viet Tan
  • Spectacled Bear – Dao Cuong Quyet
  • Eupatorus gracilicornis – Dao Cuong Quyet
  • Dragon – Nguyen Tuan Anh
  • Anthurium andreanum – Tran Trung Hieu
  • Larval Wyrm – Tran Trung Hieu
  • Owl – Nguyen Hung Cuong
  • Chef Rat – Nguyen Hung Cuong
  • Water Buffalo – Nguyen Hung Cuong
  • African Elephant – Nguyen Hung Cuong
  • Spectacled Bear – Nguyen Hung Cuong
  • Tenzen – Hoang Trung Thanh
  • Eagle – Hoang Trung Thanh
  • Werewolf – Le Tuan
  • Lich King – Nguyen Tuan Anh
  • Swordsman – Dang Viet Tan

Eco Origami

By: Bernie Peyton

Bernie Peyton is an expert at designing life-like paper models. This book features 35 of his designs divided into four categories: the Arctic, the Pacific Coast, the Desert and a Tropical Forest. Each category has several plants or animals that would be found in those locations.

The diagrams are all either an intermediate or advanced difficultly level and they’re all explained very well with text in English to go along with the steps. There’s also advice on what kind of paper to use for each model as well.

This is another excellent book especially if you’re interested in folding origami animals and other things found in nature. This book also comes with a CD that has some bonus content and diagrams on it.

  • Walrus I – Bernie Peyton
  • Walrus II – Bernie Peyton
  • Walrus III – Bernie Peyton
  • Polar Bear – Bernie Peyton
  • Polar Swim – Bernie Peyton
  • Iceberg – Bernie Peyton
  • Bear Paw – Bernie Peyton
  • Water – Bernie Peyton
  • Lying Bear – Bernie Peyton
  • Hockey Salmon and Stream – Bernie Peyton
  • Great White Shark – Bernie Peyton
  • Surfer, Surfboard and Wake – Bernie Peyton
  • Surfboard with a Bite – Bernie Peyton
  • Puffin – Bernie Peyton
  • Flying Puffins – Bernie Peyton
  • Red Fox – Bernie Peyton
  • Bluebird Chick – Bernie Peyton
  • Kit Fox – Bernie Peyton
  • Spooky Owlets – Bernie Peyton
  • Owlets – Bernie Peyton
  • Kangaroo Rat – Bernie Peyton
  • Cactus – Bernie Peyton
  • Red-Eyed Frog – Bernie Peyton
  • Leaf – Bernie Peyton
  • Eyelash Pit-Viper – Bernie Peyton
  • Tree Bat – Bernie Peyton
  • Caiman – Bernie Peyton
  • Anolis Lizard – Bernie Peyton
  • Blue Nosed Vinesnake – Bernie Peyton
  • Vine – Bernie Peyton
  • Leaves with Shadows – Bernie Peyton

VOG 2: Origami.vn

By: Vietnam Origami Group

This is a follow-up to the excellent book VOG: 50 Hours of Origami+ and once again features an amazing collection of origami models designed by artists from Vietnam.

There are 33 models diagramed in this book as well as 2 crease patterns. Most of the models are intermediate to quite difficult.

At 208 pages this is the largest book in the Passion Origami collection. If you’re pretty skilled at origami and you’re looking for an awesome collection of models to fold definitely check this book out.

  • Therizinosaurus – Do Tri Khai
  • Mouse – Nguyen Tu Tuan
  • Cat – Nguyen Tu Tuan
  • Cobra – Pham Dieu Huy
  • Hermit Crab – Pham Dieu Huy
  • Owl – Hoang Tien Quyet
  • Pelican – Hoang Tien Quyet
  • Bison – Giang Dinh
  • Cherry Blossom – Pham Hoang Hai
  • Snowflake in Heart – Nguyen Thai Minh Tuan
  • Angelfish – Nguyen Tuan Anh
  • Bleeding Heart – Truong Thuy Tien
  • Orangutan – Nguyen Vo Hien Chuong
  • Vulture – Nguyen Vo Hien Chuong
  • Crane – Do Tri Khai
  • Chameleon – Do Ba Huy
  • Alicorn – Do Ba Huy
  • Fish Bones – Nguyen Minh Duc
  • Dinosaur Skeleton – Nguyen Minh Duc
  • Jerboa – Tran Trung Hieu
  • Pegasus – Dong Viet Thien
  • Vampire Bat – Dao Cuong Quyet
  • Brontotherium – Dang Viet Tan
  • Song Bird – Nguyen Hung Cuong
  • Tortoise – Nguyen Hung Cuong
  • Butterfly – Nguyen Hung Cuong
  • Star – Nguyen Hung Cuong
  • Lady – Nguyen Nguyen Thong
  • Two-Headed Dragon – Nham Van Son
  • Emperor – Hoang Trung Thanh
  • Electric Ray – Nguyen Ngoc Vu
  • Sailfish – Nguyen Ngoc Vu
  • White Shark – Nguyen Ngoc Vu
  • Wyvern – Nham Van Son
  • Three-Headed Dragon – Nham Van Son

Tanteidan Convention Books and Magazines


The Japanese Origami Academic Society (JOAS) publishes a yearly book as well as a bi-monthly magazine both of which contain exclusive diagrams for special models that aren’t available anywhere else.

Every year the Origami Tanteidan Convention is held in Japan and along with each convention they release an awesome book with diagrams for tons of exclusive models. Many of the really awesome looking models you see in our blog are diagrammed in the Tanteidan Convention books.

The Japan Origami Academic Society also publishes a bi-monthly magazine called the Origami Tanteidan Magazine. Each issue is full of paper folding articles (mostly in Japanese although some are translated), a few diagrams usually of an intermediate and advanced level difficulty as well as a crease pattern challenge.

These books and magazines are not for beginners. there are some intermediate level models but most are quite advanced. These are for people or are looking for a challenge or who want to fold something awesome. The instructions for a lot of amazing models are exclusive to these books and magazines and you won’t find them anywhere else. Unfortunately these books and magazines are very difficult to find and a lot of them aren’t available to purchase anymore.

Tanteidan 18th Convention Book

By: Japan Origami Academic Society

This is from the 18th Tanteidan Convention in 2012.

  • Combine – Kawahata Fumiaki
  • Spica – Kawamura Miyuki
  • Millefiori – Kawamura Miyuki
  • Asterisk – Kawashima Hideaki
  • Zero Cube – Kasumi Seisi
  • Sierpinski Carpet C(2) – Morisue Kei
  • Crane (Traditional) Purland Diagram – Tachi Tomohiro
  • Carrot – Maekawa Jun
  • Deerstalker – Ogawa Tomo
  • MZ-1109 “Kingfisher”/ Mizuno Ken
  • The Dancing Santa – Nakai Tsutomu
  • Shachihokoo – Kamo Hiro
  • Pig – Yamaguchi Yukihiko
  • Giant Panda – Watanabe Dai
  • Boar – Nishikawa Seiji
  • Tiger 3 – Kakami Hitoshi
  • Lion – Muraki Atsunori
  • Giraffe – Hagiwara Gen
  • Tea-bag Rooster – Ono Tomoaki
  • Bantam – Hojyo Takashi
  • King Fisher – Tsuda Yoshio
  • Kingfisher – Miyajima Noboru
  • Prosopocoilus giraffa – Arisawa Yuga
  • Hercules Beetle – Kamiya Satoshi
  • Tyrannosaurus – Iwasa Yuhei
  • Tyrannosaurus – Aoki Ryo
  • Nekomata – Kashiwamura Takuro
  • Shield Box – Dennis Walker
  • Dezz Unit – Robert J. Lan
  • Elephant – Nick Robinson
  • Pixel Unit, Fox – Max Hulme
  • Baby Cat – Lo Yu
  • Oso Panda – David Llanque
  • Le Petit Ane – Christophe Boudias
  • Musk ox – Hoang Tien Quyet
  • Toco Toucan – Hoang Tien Quyet
  • Magpie – Ryan Welsh
  • Pitohui encapuchado – Juan Campos
  • Osprey – Quentin Trollip
  • Squid – Manuel Sirgo
  • Jellyfish – Chris Heynen
  • Frog – Ryan Welsh
  • Lizard – Jason Ku
  • Alien – Kade Chan
  • Young Pteranodon – Nguyen Hung Cuong
  • Swordman – Dang Viet Tan
  • The Emperor – Lee in-Seop
  • Satellite – Marc Kirschenbaum

Tanteidan 19th Convention Book

By: Japan Origami Academic Society

This is from the 19th Tanteidan Convention in 2013.

  • STAR ORB – Miyuki Kawamura
  • JAVARAN – Miyuki Kawamura
  • Accessory case – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Goldfish Chopstick Holder – Hidehisa Inayoshi
  • Cap of Tigers – Tsutomu Nakai
  • Shoes – Seiji Nishikawa
  • Shirt with Necktie – Hidehisa Inayoshi
  • Santa Claus – Yukihiko Yamaguchi
  • Maple Leaf – Kouji Nakagawa
  • Mudskipper – Hiroo Kamo
  • Shark – Hitoshi Kakami
  • Sea horse – Jun Maekawa
  • Dolphin – Katsuhiko Yamakita
  • Giant grouper – Takuro Kashiwamura
  • Tea-bag Frog – Tomoaki Ono
  • Ribbon Cat – Erika Matsui
  • Rooster – Gen Hagiwara
  • Rooster – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Elephant – Tetsuya Gotani
  • Lama – Fumiaki Kawahata
  • Camel – Kohei Tsuchida
  • Rhinoceros – Noboru Miyajima
  • Longheaded Locust – Atsunori Muraki
  • Snail – Hideo Komatsu
  • Plesiosaurus – Ryo Aoki
  • Dragon – Go Kinoshita
  • Pegasus – Seishi Kasumi
  • Wanyudo – Tomo Ogawa
  • Lacos do Infinito – Isa Klein/li
  • Dodecagon dissection – Nick Robinson
  • Cupcake – Nick Robinson
  • Top – Marc Kirschenbaum
  • Bicycle – Jason Ku
  • Leatherback Sea Turtle – Chris Heynen
  • Beluga – Ryan Welsh
  • Shrimp – Pavel Nikulshin
  • Big Teeth Bunny – Lo Yu
  • Nivens Mc Twisp – Nicola´s Gajardo Henriquez
  • Sheep – JEONG ki-dam
  • Deer – Fabiana Sanapanya
  • Horse – David Llanque
  • Grizzly Bear – Seth Friedman
  • Stock Bull – Andrey Ermakov
  • Hell Cobra – Kade Chan
  • Dragonfly – Manuel Sirgo
  • Penguin – Hadi Tahir
  • Penguin – Blanka Pentela
  • Great Hornbill – Quentin Trollip
  • Blue Jay – Hoang Tien Quyet
  • Toucan – Nelselon Alves do Prado
  • Pato – Fernando Gilgado
  • Woolly Mammoth – William Hartman/li
  • Therizinosaurus – Tran Trung Hieu

Tanteidan 20th Convention Book

By: Japan Origami Academic Society

This is from the 20th Tanteidan Convention in 2014.

  • Jack-O-Lantern – Tomoaki Ono
  • Samurai helmet chopstick envelope – Inayoshi Hidehisa
  • Ginkgo chopstick envelope – Inayoshi Hidehisa
  • Penguin box – Inayoshi Hidehisa
  • Hen shaped box – Yamanashi Akiko
  • Super nova – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Organella – Miyuki Kawamura
  • Santa Claus – Hideo Komatsu
  • Santa Claus – Mineo Shotaro
  • Santa Claus – Horiguchi Naoto
  • Santa Claus with large hat – Hideo Komatsu
  • Candy flower – Matsui Erika
  • Rabbit head – Yamakita Katsuhiko
  • Skull emblem – Hojyo Takashi
  • Mouse – Fumiaki Kawahata
  • Fox – Yamaguchi Yukihiko
  • Rabbit – Seishi Kasumi
  • Rabbit – Nakamura Kaede
  • Beagle – Jun Maekawa
  • Kennel – Jun Maekawa
  • Sheep – Watanabe Dai
  • Giraffe – Miyashita Yasushi
  • Komainu (lion dog) – Kamo Hiroo
  • Kiwi – Morisawa Aoto
  • Swallow – Ouchi Koji
  • Three-legged crow – Honda Gen
  • Stork – Gotani Tetsuya
  • Flapjack octopus – Nakai Tsutomu
  • Catfish – Miyajima Noboru
  • Fire goby – Kashiwamura Takuro
  • Flounder – Kakami Hitoshi
  • Parasaurolophus – Arisawa Yuga
  • Message lizard – Tsuda Yoshio
  • Praying mantis – Satoshi Kamiya
  • Sierpinski Gasket L(3) – Djordje Jovanovic
  • Blow top – Nguyen Hung Cuong
  • GMB windmill – Alessandra Lamio
  • Dasa star – Alessandro Beber
  • Converse shoes – Jang Yong-Ik
  • HJ Girl – Jason Ku
  • Orchid NT2 – Tran Trung Hieu
  • Flor auri – Isa Klein
  • Scottish terrier – Hoang Tien Quyet
  • Cat – Fabiana Sanapanya
  • Kitten – Lanh Duc Canh
  • Hamster – Yoo Tae Yong
  • Stoat – Manuel Sirgo
  • Hedgehog – Javier Dominguez Perez
  • Skunk – David Llanque
  • West Indian manatee – Quentin Trollip
  • Humpback whale – Ben Muller
  • Snail – Jens Kober
  • Dragonfly – Andrey Ermakov
  • Hammerhead shark – Nguyen Ngoc Vu
  • Goldfish – Ta Trung Dong
  • Bream – Ryan Welsh
  • Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton – Marc Kirschenbaum
  • Allosaurus – Jonathan Hirschberg
  • Sabertooth cat – William Hartman
  • Gargoyle 2.1 – Alessandro Beber
  • Dragon – young – Hans Romano

Tanteidan 21st Convention Book

By: Japan Origami Academic Society

This is from the 21st Tanteidan Convention in 2015.

  • ECHIDNA – Miyuki Kawamura
  • R-DECO – Miyuki Kawamura
  • Baobab tree – Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • A Branch Of The Flower – Noboru Miyajima
  • Ginkgo Leaf – Naoto Horiguchii
  • Japanese Maple Leaf – Hidehisa Inayoshi
  • A4-Box & Rose decoration – Seiji Nishikawa
  • Mandarin gown – Koji Ouchi
  • Fingerpuppet with a moustache – Takashi Hojyo
  • Stackable basket – Erika Matsui
  • Pad – Ryosuke Sakurai
  • Kick scooter – Seishi Kasumi
  • Santa Crane – Yuga Arisawa
  • CAT FISH – Tetsuya Gotani
  • Dried fish – Shun’ichi Ashimura
  • Mola – Aoto Morisawa
  • Cockatiel – Hitoshi Kakami
  • Horned Owl – Hiroo Kamo
  • Owl with feather – Yoshio Tsuda
  • Wasp – Kaede Nakamura
  • Chameleon – Dai Watanabe
  • Pug – Hiroaki Kobayashi
  • Phoenix – Jun Maekawa
  • Zebra – Yoshimasa Tsuruta
  • Sheep – Satoshi Kamiya
  • T-rex – Fumiaki Kawahata
  • Stegosaurus – Tetsuya Gotani
  • Stegosaurus – Fumiaki Kawahata
  • Godzilla – Takaya Inoue
  • Dragon – Hideo Komatsu
  • Zoe Star – Maria Sinayskaya
  • Stella dell’Avvento – Francesco Mancini
  • The Rising Sun – Dorde Jovanovic
  • Tank 3 – JANG yong-ik
  • Pick-Up – Stefan Delecat
  • Ryu Kin 2.1 – Richard Ojeda Soto
  • Veiltail Angelfish – Quentin Trollip
  • Cuttlefish – Ryan Welsh
  • Whale – Ryan Dong
  • Turkey – Ryan MacDonell
  • Robin – Winston Lee
  • Saber Tooth Tiger – Ryan Dong
  • Sea slug – Erick Jacksiel Rivas Zarco
  • Lizard – Chris Heynen
  • Cute Cobra – Lo Yu
  • Guinea pig – Mindaugas Cesnavicius
  • Rat (Ver. 1.2) – Ronald Koh
  • Raton – Yery J. Astrona
  • Peacock – Marc Kirschenbaum
  • Rabbit – Yoo Tae Yong
  • Goat – Nguyen Hung Cuong
  • Buffalo Bull – William Hartman
  • Rhinoceros – Ta Trung Dong
  • Wasp-equestrian – Pavel Nikulshin
  • Flying Kabutomushi – Shuki Kato
  • Baby Dinosaur – Jens Kober
  • HJ Rex – Jason Ku

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