Welcome to another edition of our weekly origami feature where we feature the most awesome origami we saw uploaded to the Internet during the past week.  There’s a bit less than usual this week but what we have here is still quite good.

Firstly are a couple of very nice looking tessellations but Rui Roda.

Hilula Tess
https://www.flickr.com/photos/62572859@N08/22012701090/

Hilula Tess, Designed by Ilan Garibi and Folded by Rui Roda

Crease pattern available here, Video instructions available here

 

Adulthood
https://www.flickr.com/photos/62572859@N08/21552197243/

Adulthood, Designed by Ilan Garibi and Folded by Rui Roda

Instructions not available

 

P. Colman folded this colourful dolphin fish.  He always uses the best looking origami paper.

Dolphinfish
https://www.flickr.com/photos/pcolman/21547157904/

Dolphinfish, Designed by Winston Lee and Folded by P. Colman

Crease pattern available here

 

Pere Olivella folded a couple of great looking animals this week.

Cat
https://www.flickr.com/photos/pere-olivella/21952989338/

Cat, Designed by Katsuta Kyohei and Folded by Pere Olivella

Diagrams available in Origami Tanteidan Magazine Issue #124

 

Sea Turtle
https://www.flickr.com/photos/pere-olivella/21470426364/

Sea Turtle, Designed by Satoshi Kamiya and Folded by Pere Olivella

Diagrams available in Origami Tanteidan 16th Convention

 

Adriano Davanzo folded this great Japanese macaque and took this awesome photo.

Japanese Macaque
https://www.flickr.com/photos/-adri79-/22104937805/

Japanese Macaque, Designed by Hideo Komatsu and Folded by Adriano Davanzo

Diagrams available in Works of Hideo Komatsu

 

Hiroaki Kobayashi folded this great looking Stegosaurus.  I also really like the paper used here.

Stegosaurus
https://www.flickr.com/photos/kobashi_san/21901896660/

Stegosaurus, Designed by Fumiaki Kawahata and Folded by Hiroaki Kobayashi

Diagrams available in the 21st Origami Tanteidan Convention Book

 

Matthew LaBoone folded this incredibly complicated looking insect.

Scutigera Coleoptrata
https://www.flickr.com/photos/66591224@N08/22066096452/

Scutigera Coleoptrata V 2, Designed by Brian Chan and Folded by Matthew LaBoone

Crease pattern available here

 

Mir Numan folded this elegant Pegasus

Pegasus
https://www.flickr.com/photos/110247861@N02/22225389951/

Pegasus, Designed by Satoshi Kamiya and Folded by Mir Numan

Diagrams available in the Beauty of Origami

 

Origami bluedandelion folded this awesome gecko and fly on a wall entirely from 1 sheet of paper.

Gecko and Fly
https://www.flickr.com/photos/bluedandelion95/21586756933/

Gecko and Fly on a Wall, Designed by Herman van Goubergen and Folded by Origami bluedandelion

Diagrams available online via Origami Deutschland

 

Peter Keller folded these beautiful origami roses and has a few more photos of them in different arrangements on his Flickr.

Roses
https://www.flickr.com/photos/syngola/22017177569/

Rose, Designed and Folded by Peter Keller

Instructions not available

 

Mariano Zavala B. folded this awesome snake on a leaf and you can find more photos from different angles on his blog here.

Twist Round Snake
https://www.flickr.com/photos/marianozavala-origami/21570993454/

Twist Round, Designed by Sebastien Limet and Folded by Mariano Zavala B.

Diagram available via Sebastien Limet’s Flickr

 

Nguyen Nam Son folded a couple of really awesome things this week.  First this Capricorn which kind of makes me want to do a post all about Zodiac origami.

Capricorn
https://www.flickr.com/photos/56997154@N06/22073924692/

Capricorn, Designed by Hoang Trung Thanh and Folded by Nguyen Nam Son

Instructions not available

 

Finally we have this incredible White Hare of Inaba model.  I’m not sure at all why it’s coming out the side of a crocodile, I couldn’t find any information on this myth on Wikipedia but nevertheless this is an awesome looking model and the entire thing is folded from one square of paper.

White Hare of Inaba
https://www.flickr.com/photos/56997154@N06/21973194430/

White Hare of Inaba, Designed by Morisue Kei and Folded by Nguyen Nam Son

Instructions not available

 

That’s it for another week of This Week in Origami.  As usual be sure to check back next week for more awesome origami and be sure to check out all these talented origami artists and follow them as well.

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