With the recent release of Pokemon Sun and Moon I think it’s time for another origami Pokemon post.

Since our last round of Pokemon posts I’ve found a bunch more awesome looking paper Pokemon that deserve to be featured.

We’ll star off this post with an awesome Gengar design by sakuryu(╯3╰).

Gengar
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/lvsk/27136082666/

Gengar, Designed and Folded by sakuryu(╯3╰)

Instructions not available

 

Here’s a cute and quite round looking origami Venonat. I really like the 3D look of this model.

3D Venonat
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/qhdus9530/26385987602/

Venonat, Designed and Folded by Lee bo-yeon

Instructions not available

 

Mark Hanke designed a very detailed Ho-Oh.

Paper Ho-Oh
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/76470970@N06/7010055075/

Ho-Oh, Designed and Folded by Mark Hanke

Instructions not available

 

He also designed a fantastic Lugia to go along with it too.

Mark Hanke's Lugia
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/76470970@N06/7010054405/

Lugia, Designed and Folded by Mark Hanke

Instructions not available

 

Saku Saku designed this great paper Golduck.

Saku Saku's Golduck
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/122577187@N08/29759760234/

Golduck, Designed and Folded by Saku Saku

Video instructions available from sakusaku858’s YouTube channel

 

Umbreon is one of my all-time favourite Pokemon and this is a fantastic Umbreon design.

Awesome Paper Umbreon
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/128874294@N04/29226430634/

Umbreon, Designed by Saku Saku and Folded by J.W. Park

Video instructions available from sakusaku858’s YouTube channel

 

Henry Phạm has some fantastic Pokemon tutorials on his YouTube channel and I’m finally starting to see people fold his designs.

Origami Zapdos
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/joeadia/29215737253/

Zapdos, Designed by Henry Phạm and Folded by Joe Adia

Video instructions available from Henry Pham’s YouTube channel

 

Here’s Henry Phạm’s excellent paper Dragonite design.

Paper Dragonite
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/joeadia/29867535946/in/dateposted/

Dragonite, Designed by Henry Phạm and Folded by Joe Adia

Video instructions available from Henry Pham’s YouTube channel

 

Lee bo-yeon designed this fantastic Latias. It could also be a Latios if you used blue paper.

Latias
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/qhdus9530/30304323484/

Latias, Designed and Folded by Lee bo-yeon

Instructions not available

 

Here’s a fantastic Articuno design by Joe Aida.

Joe Aida's Articuno
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/joeadia/27716687104/

Articuno, Designed and Folded by Joe Aida

Instructions not available

 

I think this is the first time I’ve ever seen someone else attempt to fold Tadashi Mori’s origami Charizard.

Charizard
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/joeadia/26637582613/

Charizard, Designed by Tadashi Mori and Folded by Joe Aida

Video instructions available from Tadashi Mori’s YouTube channel

 

This Zubat is a pretty simple design but it perfectly captures the essence of a zubat I think.

Paper Zubat
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/122577187@N08/28720128831/

Zubat, Designed and Folded by Saku Saku

Video insturctions available from sakusaku858’s YouTube channel

 

Saku Saku has also designed one of the just two origami Espeon designs I’ve seen out there.

Saku Saku's Espeon
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Espeon, Designed by Saku Saku

Video instructions available from sakusaku858’s YouTube channel

 

Here’s a really excellent paper Absol.

Papercraft Absol
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/cahoonasorigami/11425979954/

Absol, Designed and Folded by CahoonasOrigami

Instructions not available

 

Here’s a great little Latias and Latios pair.

Tiny Latias and Latios
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/106934544@N05/14773527734/

Latias and Latios, Designed by Xiaohong and Folded by Xu Daniel

Instructions not available

 

You can’t have a post about Pokemon without including a Pikachu and this is a very nice looking one.

Pikachu
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/72702384@N08/29136979855/

Pikachu, Designed by Kozasa Keiichi and Folded by Sérgio Queiroz

Diagrams available in the 5th Origami Tanteidan Convention book

 

Here’s a cute little paper Jigglypuff.

Jigglypuff
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/qhdus9530/28480807526/

Jigglypuff, Designed and Folded by Lee bo-yeon

Instructions not available

 

This is Henry Phạm’s second fantastic Gyarados design.

Henry Pham's Gyarados
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/joeadia/29535886083/

Gyarados 2.0, Designed by Henry Phạm and Folded by Joe Adia

Video instructions available from Henry Phạm’s YouTube channel

 

This is a very simple Dratini design but it’s very cute.

Cute Little Dratini
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/55093505@N08/30344543733/

Dratini, Designed by Adílio Toledo and Folded by Carla Godoy

Diagrams available for free from origami-shop.com

 

Here’s Henry Pham’s awesome paper Vaporeon. I’ve folded this myself and it’s not actually too hard.

Henry Pham's Vaporeon
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/joeadia/28865752744/

Vaporeon, Designed by Henry Pham and Foldd by Joe Adia

Video instructions available from Henry Pham’s YouTube channel

 

Next is a completely different Charizard design that I’ve never actually seen before.

Saku Saku's Charizard
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/122577187@N08/16576356737/

Charizard, Designed and Folded by Saku Saku

Video instructions available from sakusaku858’s YouTube channel

 

Kota Imai’s Kirlia looks a lot like an origami Hatsune Miku.

Kota Imai's Kirlia
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/119910244@N05/15268297994/

Kirlia, Designed and Folded by Kota Imai

Crease pattern available from Kota Imai’s Flickr

 

Here’s Henry Pham’s awesome paper Moltres.

Pokemon Go Moltres
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/joeadia/29147889123/

Moltres, Designed by Henry Pham and Folded by Joe Aida

Video instructions available from Henry Pham’s YouTube channel

 

Even Pokemon like Dunsparce get some attention.

Dunsparce Pokemon
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/122577187@N08/14484142007/

Dunsparce, Designed and Folded by Saku Saku

Instructions not available

 

Here’s an excellent paper Mewtwo.

Paper Mewtwo
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/joeadia/29490679175/

Mewtwo, Designed by Henry Pham and Folded by Joe Aida

Video instructions available from Henry Pham’s YouTube channel

 

Here’s a fantastic Venomoth to go along with the paper Venonat from earlier.

Paper Venomoth
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/joeadia/29720710011/

Venomoth, Designed by Saku Saku and Folded by Joe Aida

Video instructions available from sakusaku858’s YouTube channel

 

Here’s Henry Pham’s other awesome Gyarados design.

Gyarados
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/joeadia/28868463903/

Gyarados, Designed by Henry Pham and Folded by Joe Aida

Video instructions available from Henry Pham’s YouTube channel

 

This is Kozasa Keiichi’s Pikachu again but folded by a different artist.

Pikachu
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/124791546@N07/27960876883/

Pikachu, Designed by Kozasa Keiichi and Folded by Jhordan Arauzo

Diagrams available in the 5th Origami Tanteidan Convention book

 

Here’s a newer Ho-Oh design by Mark Hanke that looks absolutely incredible. It uses 8 sheets of paper.

Ho-Oh Pokemon
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/76470970@N06/31081689252/

Ho-Oh, Designed and Folded by Mark Hanke

Instructions not available

 

Our final model is this amazing looking origami Lugia. This whole model is folded from a single sheet of paper and took 10 hours for Ji Woo Han to fold.

Amazing Paper Folded Lugia
Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/53248898@N07/28562818342/

Lugia, Designed by Hashimoto Haruka and Folded by Ji Woo Han

Crease pattern available from Haruka Hashimoto’s Flickr

 

Which one of these origami pokemon was your favourite? Let us know in the comments and be sure to visit all of these incredible origami artists to let them know you like their work.

Feel free to send me any excellent Pokemon puns you know too, it’s quite possible there’ll be more pokemon themed posts in the future.