While the Red and Blue generation of Pokemon is the first generation I played and will always have a special nostalgia factor, Gold and Silver I think were my favourite games. They added a lot of new features and some of my all time favourite Pokemon are from this generation.

There’s some great origami Pokemon from this generation as well, starting off with this Wooper by ShuaiJanaiDesu.

Origami Wooper

#194 Wooper, Designed and Folded by ShuaiJanaiDesu

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Kakami Hitoshi has folded several different Unown.

Origami Unown

#201 Unown, Designed and Folded by Kakami Hitoshi

Instructions not available

Image from Calico’s Origami Aquarium

 

ShuaiJanaiDesu folded a great little Delibird.

Origami Delibird

#225 Delibird, Designed and Folded by ShuaiJanaiDesu

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

This Skarmory design by Shintaro Miyamoto is absolutely fantastic, especially if you use metal coloured paper.

Origami Skarmory

#227 Skarmory, Designed by Shintaro Miyamoto and Folded by Xu Daniel

Crease Pattern available from Comic Folder

Original image on Flickr

 

Lee Boyeon designed a fantastic Kingdra model, here it is by two different folders.

Origami Kingdra

#230 Kingdra, Designed by Lee Boyeon and Folded by Nguyen Nam Son

Crease pattern available from Lee Boyeon’s Flickr

Original image on Flickr

 

Origami Kingdra

#230 Kingdra, Designed by Lee Boyeon and Folded by Alex Mironenko

Crease pattern available from Lee Boyeon’s Flickr

Original image on Flickr

 

Kakami Hitoshi designed this absolutely incredible Suicune.

Origami Suicune

#245 Suicune, Designed and Folded by Kakami Hitoshi

Instructions not available

Image from Calico’s Origami Aquarium

 

The last origami Pokemon we have from this generation is Lugia, also designed by Kakami Hitoshi.

Origami Lugia

#249 Lugia, Designed and Folded by Kakami Hitoshi

Crease pattern available from Calico’s Origami Aquarium

Image from Calico’s Origami Aquarium

 

The Ruby/Sapphire generation saw the movement of Pokemon to the Gameboy Advance and brought with it a ton of new Pokemon many of which have been turned into excellent origami models.

Firstly we have the fire starter this very cute little Torchic designed by Vincent Achard.

Origami Torchic

#255 Torchic, Designed and Folded by Vincent Achard

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Kota Imai designed a great little Kirlia.

Origami Kirlia

#281 Kirlia, Designed by Kota Imai and Folded by Xu Daniel

Crease pattern available from Kota Imai’s Flickr

Original image on Flickr

 

ShuaiJanaiDesu designed a Gardevoir, the evolved form of Kirlia.

Origami Gardevoir

#282 Gardevoir, Designed and Folded by ShuaiJanaiDesu

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Someone named Jin also designed an amazing looking Gardevoir.

Origami Gardevoir

#282 Gardevoir, Designed by Jin and Folded by Xu Daniel

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Kakami Hitoshi designed a really awesome Manectric.

Origami Manectric

#310 Manectric, Designed and Folded by Kakami Hitoshi

Instructions not avialable

Image from Calico’s Origami Aquarium

 

ShuaiJanaiDesu designed a great little Sharpedo.

Origami Sharpedo

#319 Sharpedo, Designed and Folded by ShuaiJanaiDesu

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

XiaoHong designed this incredibly detained Flygon.

Origami Flygon

#330 Flygon, Designed by XiaoHong and Folded by Xu Daniel

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

I absolutely love this origami Lunatone by Charles Wilson.

Origami Lunatone

#337 Lunatone, Designed and Folded by Charles Wilson

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Kakami Hitoshi also designed an incredible Relicanth.

Origami Relicanth

#369 Relicanth, Designed and Folded by Kakami Hitoshi

Crease pattern available from Calico’s Origami Aquarium

Image from Calico’s Origami Aquarium

 

Lee bo-yeon has designed a great Latios and Latias model.  Both models are slightly different, I know you could cheat and just use the same model and different coloured paper.

Origami Latias

#380 Latias, Designed and Folded by Lee bo-yeon

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Origami Latios

#381 Latios, Designed and Folded by Lee Bo-yeon

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Wan Origami on YouTube has a video tutorial showing how to fold a different Latias/Latios design.  Check out the videos below and give it a try.

 

I also found a video tutorial on YouTube for an amazing Kyogre model!

 

The same YouTuber also has a fantastic Groudon video tutorial.

 

Here’s another awesome design by Kakami Hitoshi, an origami Jirachi.

Origami Jirachi

#385 Jirachi, Designed and Folded by Kakami Hitoshi

Instructions not avialable

Image from Calico’s Origami Aquarium

 

Finally we have the last Pokemon from this generation Deoxys and based on the colour of the paper used it looks like a shiny Deoxys.  That’s all one sheet of paper!

Origami Deoxys

#386 Deoxys, Designed and Folded by ShuaiJanaiDesu

Crease pattern available from ShuaiJanaiDesu’s Flickr

Original image on Flickr

 

That’s it for these two generations.  Check back in the future for our next Pokemon origami post where we’ll be covering Diamond/Pearl, Black/White and X/Y.  Be sure to check out all these origami artists on their sites and Flickr pages and send them some comments and love!

 

Check out our other Pokemon origami posts as well

Gotta Fold ‘Em All, Pokemon Origami from the Best Generation Part 1

Gotta Fold ‘Em All, Pokemon Origami from the Best Generation Part 2

Gotta Fold ‘Em All, Pokemon Origami from Diamond/Pearl, Black/White and X/Y