Origami jumping Frog by Toshikazu Kawasaki – Yakomoga Origami tutorial

Origami jumping Frog by Toshikazu Kawasaki – Yakomoga Origami tutorial


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81 thoughts on “Origami jumping Frog by Toshikazu Kawasaki – Yakomoga Origami tutorial

  1. Nice video! One thing though, you shouldn't speed up any parts of your video. Even if the fold or how you place the sheet is simple for you, it can be difficult for your viewer to follow your movements. Keep up the good work!

  2. There was a bit of a problem but once I realized the step of folding the paper the other way, in an # pattern, was skipped I was able to make them no problem. It might be a good idea to show ALL the steps though. Save people having to go back & figure out why they weren't able to make the folds as easily as you were.

  3. Yes there was one step skipped ?! I failed, then I saw those boxes, and it took me one more hour to make all from start again =^-^=

  4. Esse vídeo não é nada útil. Acelerar o vídeo no momento de virar o papel não ajuda em nada a vida de quem esta começando a compreender o origami….Uma pena, porque o lindo sapo só você poderá fazer. 

  5. If you put strips of X ray  of just any relatively stiff plastic film (like from and offce file of old hard wrapper )  where the hips are or on the sides it will jump quite a bit further. It is not vissibel as it is hidden in the folds . Thank you ! for the video , some parts were rushed a bit bit with a bit of intuition everyone can do it 🙂 

  6. Lilian Petty, Thank you! Model is really great, simple enough, but realistic, and still in movement!

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  8. Because of the grid, it's a little hard to see the landmarks. Also, your hands hide them from time to time. It would GREAT to have some black lines drawn over the center creases. It's also easier to see what you're doing if you use paper that's white on one side, even if that doesn't figure into the design. It helps your viewers to follow what you're doing. This is a good video of your hands folding a model that you are familiar with. That's different than a video tutorial, which is all about helping the viewers follow and reproduce the folding sequences. This is a good video. I wish it was a better tutorial.

  9. Would love to make this cutr frog but exactly at the very important turning points u speed the video up… and at not too important parts its slow. 🙁 so i fail

  10. Que video mas egoista si quieres publicar algo para que los demas no aprenden no .el origami no es un arte para egoistas

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