A Beginners Guide To Origami

Guide to Origami, the Japanese Form of Paper Craft Origami is a paper craft that uses a single sheet of paper to product aesthetically pleasing, three-dimensional pieces. This Japanese form of paper craft is done using a single piece of paper which you need to fold, bend, open so that different forms and shapes are made. The meaning of the word ‘origami’ is simply folded paper. The origin of origami is not known, but it can be traced back to the ancient times in Japan when formal documents were intricately folded. It has taken a passing on of the technique of folding paper from one generation to another that it has reached to this day. IT was the parents who taught their children origami, and when these children grew up, they taught their children also, and so on. And this is why until this day, origami is still around. In order to classify origami, they divided into two which are the traditional origami and the creative origami. Paper is used to create simple forms in the traditional origami, and these shapes include frogs, boats, balloons, insects, and plants. IN creative origami, you create more complex and elaborate designs from paper including buildings, cars, airplanes, dinosaurs, etc. The principles of origami are being used today by architects and engineers in order to build their prototypes of structures or automobiles before they actually makes the real thing. Origami is also used by health providers and clinical psychologists as an art activity for the elderly, handicapped, and mentally deranged persons as an effective tool for rehabilitation. If you are going to produce an origami piece, there are some important points that you need to remember.
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An origami piece can be created from a square piece of paper. Adhesives and cutting tools are not necessary. You may use colorful paper to increase the aesthetic appeal of your work. Tolerance and patience should be possessed by the artist when making the art piece The rules of folding a paper should be followed strictly. When folding paper, corners and edges of the paper should match precisely. You should create tight folds. If you are making a triangle, you should hold the two diagonal corners together firmly and exactly between your thumb and first finger and then fold the base with your other hand. Folding and unfolding paper produces crease which are require in some shapes done in the next steps. Sometimes you need to curl the paper, pleat it, rolled, pinched, pushed in, blown open, or turned over to create the shapes.
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Any type of paper can be used to produce origami art work like newspapers, wrapping paper, bond paper, and other types of paper. The attractiveness and beauty of the final work is not dependent only on the folding technique but also on the type of paper used.