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First installment of Dollar Bill Origami blog report. This is packed full of interviews articles and images of dollar bill origami.
First installment of Dollar Bill Origami blog report. This is packed full of interviews articles and images of dollar bill origami.

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Published by: orikane on May 01, 2008
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Wednesday, April 30, 2008 22:56 GMT 
Dollar Bill Origami
Instructions For Dollar Bill Origami Heads
Ok guys whilst we wait for the course to start up here are some essential simple folds you can learn based onthe water bomb fold. Its an essential fold for origami and certainly for dollar bill origami as wonderful animalsand features can be made. If you are interested in learning dollar bill origami or looking for instructions fordollar bill origami then these free videos are for you.http://moneygami.blogspot.com/2008/04/instructions-for-dollar-bill-origami.html
Dollar Bill Origami Mouse
This is a greeeeeeat picture of dollar bill origamihttp://moneygami.blogspot.com/2008/04/dollar-bill-origami-mouse.html
Dollar Bill Origami Bull
Featured Orikane Practitionaire Jon Tucker
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NameJon TuckerYears PracticingI am 19 and have been folding for about 11 years. I have been designing for about 3 years.Favorite FoldMy favorite fold is the Blackdevil Angler by Robert Lang and diagrammed in Origami Sea Life by Lang andMontroll. It is not orikane, but I have always been amazed by this model. The simple base that Lang uses andthe clever techniques he uses to get all of those teeth are incredible to me. It is a blast to fold, even thoughthere are some nasty sinks typical of Lang at the end. I have been folding (and loving) this model sincebefore I could even do all of the steps.InfluencesI have mainly been influenced by Robert Lang. I grew up folding and learning from Origami Sea Life, and Istill love that book. Peter Engel's book Origami from Angelfish to Zen also was influential for me. I was mainlyattracted to the intuitive bases used in the designs from those two books. Lang used the bird base for hisHermit Crab and shells, and variations of the blintz frog base were used for Lang's Angler and Engel'sOctopus and Squid. I like when a design just 'feels' right, and Lang in particular has developed some greatbases that are very suitable for the subject being folded.Intuitive and efficient bases are very important for origami, and in particular orikane. I think that when you arefolding with paper like a small, thick dollar especially that you must find the best and simplest way to foldsomething. When a good, simple folding sequence is found a model just tends to feel right and look good,too.More recently I have been influenced by Satoshi Kamiya and Eric Joisel. Kamiya is simply an amazingfolder-his precision as a folder and a designer are matched by few, if any. Joisel breathes life into paper. Noother folder that I have seen can fold with as much vitality as Joisel can. His masks are so expressive andeverything he folds is detailed, yet full of life. He is unique in that he folds with complexity yet never allowsany bit of that complexity obscure his true artistry: the emotion and life in everything he folds.EthosModeration in all things-over-complexity and over-simplicity will not yield good results. Art is life-what we foldis ourselves, emotion, humanity, and the world.LocationI was born and raised and currently reside in central Ohio. I am now attending college at the University ofAkron and majoring in Music Education.Message To BeginnersJoin the origami community. The Origami Forum (http://www.thekhans.me.uk/forum/index.php) is a greatplace to get involved. That and many other forums are a great way to interact with, share with, and learn fromother origamists literally across the world. Also try to attend a convention in your area (country). I attendedthe OUSA convention in 2007 and was blown away. I was not involved in the origami community until about ayear ago and it would have been great for me to have been involved sooner. Remember: fold fold foldpractice practice practice! If you want it, it will come.Jon is an incredibly clever and talented man. We urge you to go and visit his excellent and inspirational
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