At first glance, this may appear to be a 3D-printed samurai warrior, but it’s actually just the work of origami artist Juho Könkkölä from Finland. All it took was 50-hours of painstaking folding and a single sheet of 68cm x 68cm Wenzhou paper. In the end, he ended up with a picture perfect sculpture that stands around 8-inches tall. For those who don’t know, normal copy paper with weights of 70–90 g/m2 (19–24 lb) can be used for basic folds, such as the crane. Read more for the video and additional information.
If you’re interested in origami after watching this clip, just know that heavier weight papers of 100 g/m2 or more can be wet-folded, which allows for a more rounded sculpting of the model. In other words, the sculpture becomes rigid and sturdy when it’s dry. Don’t have either types of paper around? Well, you can even use paper money from various countries, as it’s also a popular medium to create origami with, and nicknamed Dollar Origami, Orikane, as well as Money Origami.
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