Origami Success… and Failure

Yesterday I was going to write about my failure in the origami department, but it was such a dismal failure, I was afraid it would look like I wasn’t even trying.

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Gnasher looked more like it was in need of dentures. Smh

But today I attained a reasonable amount of success, so I don’t feel so badly sharing my failure along with my success.

Behold:
Yacht.

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Not of the Raymond Luxury variety.

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8 thoughts on “Origami Success… and Failure

  1. Origami is quite difficult (from my experience). What kind of paper are you using? Is it thick? Thin? From what I understand: thinner paper works best, but I could be mistaken. I had an acquaintance who was into origami — his paper was very light — I think it was rice paper…but I could be mistaken.

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