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My Origami Crane

As I’ve seen Origami Joe name and his origami bear, I’ve urge to fold some cranes and I prefer to do it this small. It is a little bit smaller than my finger. I don’t think I could make it any smaller as the paper itself has thickness even if it’s just only bit but it can’t be fold into something too small. Origami Joe is in QUT Enterprise 2.0 with me and he has interesting style to blog so you could check out his blog.

Crane

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One comment on “My Origami Crane

  1. origamijoe
    August 16, 2012

    That is insanely tiny, I’m thoroughly impressed. Last I heard our artist was still trying to figure out the folds on the bear in our logo.

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