Armadillo – Based on the fold designed by J Cowling (diagrams can be found here) – This is a brilliant fold designed by J Cowling, and brought to life through our training video.
If your searching for a fold for Mothers Day this has to be it. The Money Origami Heart made from a single dollar bill.
The Orikane Koi Carp By Won Park A true example of Orikane. This amazing single dollar bill turned in to a money origami koi carp takes patience and virtue to master. Download Instructions PDF link Make sure you visit Won’s Blog here
The Peacock , designed by Robert J. Lang, www.langorigami.com, folded by Gemma Tanner. Presented here with permission of the artist. (diagrams can be found here) This fold again is such a great practice piece. It is a little more fiddly than the Elephant, as the legs need a little bit of molding and the folds [...]
Again a little basic, but do watch for inspiration. Three more tails, Fish, Peacock, and Deer.
We apologize, as these two tail videos are a little basic, and not as fun as the heads. However, we feel they are important to watch as you will be using some of these techniques for your final pieces, and again shows the versatility in the Bill. Here we show three tails, Snake, Scorpion, and Elephant.
Here we show three more basic heads, Crocodile, Fish, and Bird. These two videos are really to get you thinking in the Orikane way, and show you just how versatile a Dollar Bill can be.
Orikane Basic heads 1 – Here we teach you some basic heads which start off by using the Waterbomb Base in video 1, Dog, Elephant and Fox. Heads are great to find on the Dollar Bill
This is the video showing you how to do the basic folds. Every finished piece you ever learn will at some point involve some or all of these folds. The more you get to know and practice these, the better your finished piece will be.