It looks like autumn is officially here and this week I saw a couple of autumn themed origami models as well as a lot of great dinosaurs.  If this is your first time here This Week in Origami is where we feature the best new origami models that were uploaded to the Internet during the past week.  Let’s get started.

Robin Scholz is an expert at origami tessellations and this week he made probably the smallest one I’ve ever seen her make which is pretty impressive.

Small Swarm
https://www.flickr.com/photos/praisepratajev/21696922475/

Small Swarm, Designed and Folded by Robin Scholz

Crease pattern available here

 

Tetsuya Gotani folded a beautiful Stegosaurus.

Stegosaurus
https://www.flickr.com/photos/tgotani/21695408971/

Stegosaurus, Designed and Folded by Tetsuya Gotani

Crease pattern available here

 

Francisco J. González folded another awesome looking dinosaur.

Tyrannosaurus Rex
https://www.flickr.com/photos/gonzaplatano/21498703879/

Tyrannosaurus Rex, Designed by Fernando Gilgado and Folded by Francisco J. González

Diagrams available in Papirolandia 3

 

Victor J. Quintero folded this cute little bat which would be perfect for Halloween

Bat
https://www.flickr.com/photos/vitzkap-s_art/21677542041/

Eared Bat, Designed and Folded by Victor J. Quintero

Instructions not available

 

Joseph Wu has been experimenting all week with origami cats and here he has several of them all folded from the same basic structure but with a different look for each based on how they’re folded.

Cats
https://www.flickr.com/photos/josephwuorigami/21045571623/

Cats, Designed and Folded by Joseph Wu

Instructions not available

 

Ekaterina Lukasheva has a new book out called Modern Kusudama Origami: Designs for Modular Origami Lovers.  It’s available from Amazon.com and it looks like it’s a must have for kusudama lovers.  Below is a sample of some of the models in the book from the table of contents.

Kusudama Origami
https://www.flickr.com/photos/kusudama-me/21045201214/

 

Beth Johnson designed this excellent Dromedary camel as part of a challenge with her friends.

Dromedary Camel
https://www.flickr.com/photos/bethorigami/21035604603/

Dromedary, Designed and Folded by Beth Johnson

Instructions not available

 

Hiroaki Kobayashi folded this cute little saber tooth tiger.

Little Sabretooth Tiger
https://www.flickr.com/photos/kobashi_san/21639604322/

Saber Tooth Tiger, Designed by Ryan Dong and Folded by Hiroaki Kobayashi

Diagrams available in the 21st Origami Tanteidan Convention

 

Artur Biernacki folded this very realistic looking wasp.

Wasp
https://www.flickr.com/photos/arturori/21446010269/

Wasp, Designed by Kaede Nakamura and folded by Artur Biernacki

Crease pattern available here

 

Sebastien Limet folded this adorable puffin and used a pretty neat trick where he used two sheets of paper to get 4 different colours in the model.  The model itself only requires one square of paper.

Not Alone
https://www.flickr.com/photos/-sebl-/20984383344/

Not Alone, Designed and Folded by Sebastien Limet

Instructions not available

 

Shu Sugamata continues to design awesome Star Wars models with this new TIE Bomber prototype.

TIE Bomber
https://www.flickr.com/photos/matayado-titi/21601622735/

TIE Bomber Prototype, Designed and Folded by Shu Sugamata

Instructions not available

 

Keeping with the theme of dinosaurs and fall 戴璐 folded this awesome Stegosaurus out of some very nice autumn red coloured paper.

Stegosaurus
https://www.flickr.com/photos/63347986@N02/21406058529/

Stegosaurus, Designed and Folded by 戴璐

Instructions not available

 

Ivan Svatko folded this beautiful Flying Hercules Beetle.

Flying Hercules Beetle
https://www.flickr.com/photos/126871950@N04/20971325703/

Flying Hercules Beetle, Designed by Shuki Kato and Folded by Ivan Svatko

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

 

P. Colman folded this beautiful display of butterflies and an awesome looking flying carp.

Butteflies
https://www.flickr.com/photos/pcolman/21389227879/

Butterflies, Designed by Michael LaFosse and Folded by P. Colman

Diagrams available in Michael LaFosse’s Origami Butterflies: Elegant Designs from a Master Folder

 

Flying Carp
https://www.flickr.com/photos/pcolman/21540935901/

Flying Carp, Designed by Brian Chan and Folded by P. Colman

Crease pattern available in AEP Pajarita 2011

 

Mariano folded this cute little spectacled bear.

Spectacled Bear
https://www.flickr.com/photos/62652453@N08/20945508043/

Spectacled Bear, Designed by Nguyen Hung Cuong and Folded by Mariano

Diagrams available in #5 VOG: 50 hours of Origami +

 

Shuki Kato folded a beautiful pair of bisons and another beautiful pair of Stegosauruses?  Stegosauri?

Two Bisons
https://www.flickr.com/photos/origami-artist-galen/21368557110/

Bison, Designed and Folded by Shuki Kato

Crease pattern available here

 

2 Paper Stegosauruses
https://www.flickr.com/photos/origami-artist-galen/21368548560/

Stegosaurus 1995 and 2015, Designed by Fumiaki Kawahata and Folded by Shuki Kato

Instructions not available

 

Gonzalo uploaded this beautiful photo of an origami crane he folded.

Reach the Heavens
https://www.flickr.com/photos/79001419@N06/20894100274/

Dancing Crane, Designed by Robert J. Lang and Folded by Gonzalo

Diagrams available in Origami Design Secrets Second Edition

 

Autumn Leaves
https://www.flickr.com/photos/syngola/21017156323/

Also in the spirit of autumn Peter Keller folded these beautiful autumn leaves.

Autumn Now, Designed and Folded by Peter Keller

Instructions not available

 

Finally we have this amazing Tenontosaurus and small Deinonychus pack from the master of origami dinosaurs Tran Trung Hieu.

Hunting Ground
https://www.flickr.com/photos/84138735@N00/21003300554/

Hunting Ground, Designed and folded by Tran Trung Hieu

Deinonychus crease pattern available here, Tenontosarus instructions not available

Follow Tran Trung Hieu on Flickr or Facebook

 

That’s it for another week.  Be sure to visit all of these artists and follow them if you like their work.  Also if you enjoy origami kusudamas check out Ekaterina Lukasheva’s new book.  Based on the photos she posted on her Flickr it looks like it’s going to be quite good.

See you all next week!