Submitted by Sara on 27 January 2008 - 3:40pm Designer: LaFosse, MichaelFolder: Adams, SaraDiagrams in the book: Michael G. LaFosse's Origami Butterflies: A Field of Discovery Through a System of DesignRelated image: Alexander Swallowtail Butterfly (Michael LaFosse)Model type: InsectsPaper ratio: Square Comments Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 4 February 2008 - 6:19pm Permalink this looks so beatiful this looks so beatiful reply Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 4 August 2009 - 9:54am Permalink The video won't finish playing: I've fallen in love with this particular butterfly, but the videos from the links above will not play fully. I only get about 25% of the way through before the video resets itself. Will someone please upload diagrams or videos? Much thanks. reply Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 16 September 2009 - 9:26pm Permalink I loved this butterfly I loved this butterfly :)...the video clip referenced in above messages does not show all the steps....can anybody please share complete video/link to the same?? Thank you. reply Submitted by Sara on 17 September 2009 - 7:06am Permalink The video is complete. Which The video is complete. Which steps do you think it is missing? -- Sara reply Submitted by Child_of_Ra (not verified) on 21 March 2008 - 3:58am Permalink I've done two so far..... Nice! I have done only 2 so far...all from his web site!!! Do tell me, what color scheme did you use for this peticular model? reply Submitted by Sara on 22 March 2008 - 5:54pm Permalink Paper used I simply used paper that has a pattern on one side, and solid colour on the other side. reply Submitted by Child_of_Ra (not verified) on 23 March 2008 - 4:00pm Permalink oh......*blushes* Thankyou To me the pattern looked abit more complecated, but i gess it's just the "folding illusions" reply Submitted by ♥ (not verified) on 27 May 2008 - 12:26am Permalink nIcE wow your very talented! i loved the butterfly! reply Submitted by OrigamiDude (not verified) on 1 September 2008 - 12:43am Permalink What is the site for the vid What is the site for the vid that it shows you how to fold the butterfly? please tell. reply Submitted by Sara on 1 September 2008 - 5:55am Permalink The link is already posted The link is already posted above the picture: Diagrams: Video by Michael LaFosse: http://pem.org/origami/ The site has changed a bit ( more videos!), so here's how to find the butterfly: Open http://pem.org/origami/, and then click "Fold more models!" in the top right corner. Now click anywhere on the "Origami Now!" field, and then choose the second video from the right. Finally, enjoy! -- Sara reply Submitted by sara rulez (not verified) on 27 December 2008 - 12:28am Permalink question can you please make a video on the alexander swallotail butterfly for my moms birthday plz plz plz respond reply Submitted by Sara on 27 December 2008 - 3:38pm Permalink A video can be found on A video can be found on http://pem.org/origami/ Click "Fold more models!" in the top right corner. Now click anywhere on the "Origami Now!" field, and then choose the second video from the right. I fear I won't be making any videos on Michael LaFosse's models. The reason being, he makes videos himself (and sells many), and they are in excellent quality. If you want to learn other butterfly/moth models, check his DVD Origami Butterflies and Moths. As far as I know it also includes instructions for the Mudarri Luna Moth. -- Sara reply Submitted by eq2 gold (not verified) on 27 December 2008 - 4:53pm Permalink nice....! wow!its really nice.brilliant work!i loved that butterfly.did you make this by paper.i would like to suggest you that you should open a store where you can sell all these beautifull things.because it will help us to collect some new and beautifull things like the butterfly and also at the same time you will be able to earn some profits! thanks....nice work! reply Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 15 January 2009 - 4:39pm Permalink wow your very talented! i wow your very talented! i loved the butterfly! reply Submitted by dvdfreek (not verified) on 21 January 2009 - 2:04am Permalink amazing that is amazing. imagine that you made that with your own hands. your definatly talented and i wish you all the luck in the future. reply Submitted by Ancella (not verified) on 14 March 2009 - 9:59pm Permalink Thanks :) Hi Sara, Thanks a lot for provinding a link to Michael LaFosse's instructional video on your site. I had been looking for this particular design for quite a while now.... I wrote about it in my blog and have also referred / linked to your site on my post. I hope that's alright with you. Do let me know in case otherwise. http://origamiancy.com/ reply Submitted by Sara on 16 March 2009 - 11:42pm Permalink No worries I'm happy for others to link to my page. And I did notice. Every now and then I check my referrers, and so I did check your page just today. :) -- Sara reply Submitted by RBR Productions (not verified) on 10 April 2009 - 5:12am Permalink what a beautiful recreation. Awesome butterfly, i wish i was that deft with my hands to make something like that. reply Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 14 June 2009 - 1:26am Permalink Butterfly Origami It's actually pretty easy, compared to lots of other origami creations. You can watch the step-by-step video that shows you how. It's at http://pem.org/origami/ Hope that helps :) reply Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 17 May 2010 - 2:24am Permalink My own Butterfly Hi Sara! I've actually designed my own butterfly model, base doff this one. You may like to know that I named it after you. It's calles the Adams Swallowtail Butterfly. Keep folding! -Noah reply Submitted by KDianne Stephens (not verified) on 3 December 2012 - 1:18am Permalink Hand Fabricated Paper My hand fabricated papers work beautifully for this model, showing off both the model and paper exquistely. My paper is very forgiving, and most unusual can be unfolded "mended" and reused - the previous folds disappear. A complex process, taking much time to create, this is certainly a benefit!! I hope you enjoy looking at three of my papers.http://www.facebook....http://www.facebook....http://www.facebook.... reply Add new comment Your name Subject Comment * More information about text formats Text format Plain textFiltered HTML Plain textNo HTML tags allowed.Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.Lines and paragraphs break automatically.Filtered HTMLWeb page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.Allowed HTML tags: <a> <em> <strong> <cite> <code> <ul> <ol> <li> <dl> <dt> <dd> <strike> <h2> <h3>Lines and paragraphs break automatically.