Paper used in this video: 24cm square of Kami (9.5in by 9.5in)
Finished model: square with a side length of 8.5cm (3.375in by 3.375in)
This video describes how to fold a fantastic origami model "Braided Paper" designed by J.C. Nolan. J.C. kindly gave me permission to make this video accessible to you.
Paper used in this video: 8.5in by 11in sheet of printer paper (approx. like A4 paper - 21cm y 29.7cm)
Finished model: wingspan of 9in (from A4: 25cm)
This video describes how to fold a fantastic action origami model designed by Talo Kawasaki. It's a bat that can flap its wings while at the same time producing some nice noise. You can fold it from printer paper, such as letter (8.5in by 11in) or A4 (21cm by 29.7cm), or rectangles with a similar ratio.
Perfect for Halloween!
Paper: 35cm of Deluxe Washi
Model: 15cm long, 9cm high, 6.5cm deep
Sometimes I buy paper and it lies around for quite a while. I love the paper, but haven't quite found the model that I think will suit the paper. I felt like that about the Deluxe Washi, too, but when I wanted to fold Hideo Komatsu's sheep today, it came to me: this had to be the model with which I fold with the Deluxe Washi for the first time.