A paper leaf beetle.
For some reason, the back pair of legs came out blatantly uneven. Luckily, that is not visible here.
Took about 30 minutes to fold.
((Model is “Leaf Beetle” by Lee Armstrong.))
A paper werewolf.
Easily the best thing that I have folded in quite a long time. This model was a whole lot simpler than I thought it would be, so I might wind up making another/even more of this one in the future.
Took about one and a half hours to fold.
((Model is “Werewolf 2.6” by Chan Pak Hei.))
Ronald Koh / Folded by Ng Boon Choon
(via Surface to Structure: An Origami Exhibition Featuring 80 Paper Artists at Cooper Union | Colossal)
A family of paper squirrels.
I finally managed to memorize that diagram last night. Now, I should be able to make one of these whenever I feel like it.
They were all made at different times, and it took about ~10 minutes to fold each model.
((Models are all the “Squirrel” one by Fumiaki Kawahata, from the book “Wild Animals of the World.”))