[3D Origami- Swan]::Art of folding a paper::




Finally …its completed … My 3D Origami Swan is ready for display :D This one really gave me sleepless night. After struggling for almost a week, I completed it day before yesterday… by the time I slept, it was past 3 am.

 

The steps are absolutely simple … only glitch is – you need to make 484 pieces of triangles. My roomie is going crazy for I made her cut paper at midnight

Btw I didn’t use any fresh paper for making the swan – flight tickets, movie tickets, rent receipt, tax forms – not only mine but my cubicle mates, flat-mates and biker.

 

The credit goes to youtube for providing the instruction video.

 

** Sorry for poor photography … In my excitement I couldn’t keep the camera straight













27 comments:

  1. Soooooooooooooperb :)
    Beautiful Swan :)

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  2. Wow that looks really cool. Must say you had a lot of patience to make that.

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  3. cool..........i salute your patience :) Its so cute

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  4. This is simply superb gal.... :)

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  5. Wow!! So coooool!!
    hats off to your patience.. and your roomie's as well :P
    Truly beautiful!!!

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  7. Can I get one of its kind in my birthday?

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  8. This is one of the most beautiful pieces of art I have seen! Bravo :-)

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  9. thats so beautiful Rajlakshmi :) :) Wonderful :) :) Stunning...

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  10. OMG! Nimble fingers, you are the most patient gal in the world! :o

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  11. thank you so much for your kind comments :D glad that you guys liked it :D

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  12. Hats off...Must have taken a lot of patience.

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  13. oh wow! that is brilliant! and the effort shows!

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  14. Looks damn cool. Very beautiful I must say.
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    shilpa

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  15. The second photo is clear... Could have used some coloured papers - but the natural white colour is the best, I guess.

    Destination Infinity

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  16. Such a herculean task! Admire your patience! Lovely!

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  17. This involves not just skill but interest as well. Superb.

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  18. Oh my god.. you are a pro.. i have never gone past a simple box or a flower.. all kids stuff.. this looks so intimidating to me.. great work.. looks neat!

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  19. you mean 484 pieces of triangle you cut and pasted !..awesome..the beautiful swan says it all.

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