Origami Paper Airplane Basics Part 1
the best papers are those that crease well and are sufficietly strong for repeated folding and unfolding, with a weight between 70 and 90 grams (20 to 24 lb. bond weight). Avoid papers that tear after several folds, such as certain recycled papers. White or colored papers that are used for photocopying or computer printing are excellent for folding. But investigate all the papers you have on hand: a leaflet, writing paper, or kraft paper may all do the job.
lets make some ship, canoe, and boat models on this days. How to Make Origami Boat (canoe) another video for help you to make origami canoe
now new origami paper airplane winged wonder (this has good wings)
i love origami paper planes and now this is my new video, again about paper airplanes.
Fun Facts About Origami
-in 2001, the largest origami crane was folded in the Odate Jukai Dome in Maesbashi, Japan. It had a wingspan of 78 meters (256 feet) (this is old record). this changes fun facts about origami
biggest origami crane -origamiturk.com
-The Red Sea Urchin, designed by Hans Birkeland, uses the most folds for a single model in origami. The paper must be folded 913 times to create the model.
-in 1967, the British Origami Society in London became the first organized origami society. OrigamiUSA formed in the United States America in 1980.
-the largest number of units used in a modular origami model is 2200 units. These units form a wall mosaic showing the swan logo of the Origami Society Netherlands.
-OrigamiUSA holds a convention attracts origami masters and fans from all over the world. The convention gives people a chance to see amazing origami models and famous folders. It is also gives opportunity to learn much more things about origami art.
-Some people fold origami express other hobbies and interests in their lives. Chris Alexander, the author of the star wars origami book, creates models of the characters and spaceships from the Star Wars movies.
-Oldest origami models can pictures in 15th century pictures. it is a origami boat figure
-Origami wasn’t just an art form in Japan and China. It was brought to Spain by the Moors around 1100 A.D. but is not used for art. Main purpose is mathematical
-origami didn’t reach America or England until about 1900.