Origami - Polygon packing method
I will teach you what no one else would
Origami is magical. It fascinates people on so many levels. No doubt about it.
Origami is such a fantastic thing to be able to do and show other people but also it can be so frustrating when you don't know how to do it. How to do it properly.
Above that, on a higher level, level of true origami mastery where ones try to devise its own model, frustration is even higher. You see, only a small percentage of origami enthusiasts ever managed to become a true origami artist, one capable of designing his or her own models.
Only a small percentage of origami enthusiasts ever managed to become a true origami artist, one capable of designing his or her own models.
— Abrashi Origami
Why is it so? Well, if you ask me - It is because there is no good and comprehensive source to learn from. Believing or not, but almost all truly original origami authors are self-taught.
But, maybe even bigger reason is complete misunderstanding of the origami design process. It is strange to see how many people believe true origami design requires special skills. Belief, true origami artist somehow sees the whole process in advance is probably the most hindering belief newcomers to the origami world can have. Exactly that kind of attitude is the single most important reason why not many people ever manage to reach levels of knowledge needed to devise new and unique models.
And exactly this kind of belief this course is aiming to change.
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I will show you that behind every model, no matter how complicated, is always a set of strict mathematical rules. Math is what does all the magic behind every origami model and this is if you ask me a true bliss. Why? Because art asks for real talent. Math, ask only for work and persistence. That’s why anyone can do it. Of course, if he or she really wants it.
It is strange to see how many people believe true origami design requires special skills.
— Abrashi Origami
When I said math please don’t be intimidated. Math behind origami is very simple. It is for the most part high school level geometry.
So, if you are truly into the origami than this ''Course to origami polygon packing method’’ is right for you. It is comprehensive yet easy to understand course dedicated to one of the most advanced and the most used method in origami today.
If you only want to learn how to fold some pretty models other people designed than this course is not for you.
— Abrashi Origami
I know, the internet is full of origami tutorials teaching you how to fold almost any model. But, even dough those tutorials are nice and easy to understand, and it authors have put lots of effort to produce them, they are hardly of any use if you want to understand and ultimately learn theory behind origami.
On the other hand, this course will give you a theoretical foundation so you could become a truly successful origami artist. So if you only want to learn how to fold some pretty models other people designed than this course is not for you. But if you are ready to immerse yourself deeply into theory, if you are willing to put an extra effort to understand an idea behind origami and if you are not satisfied with repeating other people work without understanding how they have come up with such design, then this course is for you.
If you are one of those people than I sincerely believe, that you gonna love this course.
So, see you in the course.
2.5 hours of videos
At the end of this course, I will show you how to analyse, design and fold Carnival in Venice model.
In this course, you will learn everything you have to know to do it successfully.
PreviewMeakawa's and Kawasaki's theorems (5:44)
StartHinge creases and flat-foldability (15:13)
StartCrease pattern analysis (12:24)
StartSpecial elements and unused paper (15:53)
StartFlat-foldability and ill-defined models (14:17)
StartFlat-foldability and central fleps (10:52)
StartCentral fleps vol. 2 (16:48)
What will you learn
Meakawa's and Kawasaki's rules
Crease pattern design
CP for all examples
For whom is this for
Everybody who want to learn real origami
Everybody who want to design his/her own models