Origami Koi Fish


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okey. I know these koi fish are not as well folded. but I dont want to delete this video. because these models is one of d first origami pieces I made .. if you look at some of my most recent models, you can see what progress I have. So I’m fully aware of the quality of finish The Koi fish were developed from common carp in ancient China in Jin Dynasty and was later transferred to Korea and Japan, and are still popular there because they are a symbol of love and friendship. A variety of colors and color patterns have since been developed; common colors include white, black, red, yellow, blue, and cream. The most popular category of koi is the Gosanke, which is made up of the Kohaku, Taisho Sanshoku, and Showa Sanshoku varieties.

7 Comments

  1. amazing can you make a video showing how to fold it? i tried and tried and i got all mixed up i would aprecciate so much if you could post a video tutorial

  2. thanks man. yeah its a bit hard to fold, its a dollar bill designe. do u have the diagram? what is the problem? maby i can make a video to help you.. but i dont have anyting to hold my camera.. and i need to ask the Designer/cc if i can show the wolrd for free how to make that koi fish…

  3. yeah haha let’s say i’m stuck from the first hahaha okei not that far, yesw i have the diagram but i’m not so into origami so i’m guessing learning is hard

  4. if the diagram is on google “fpr the world” already is it really necessary to ask the designer?

  5. the design is copyrighted by the designer…and even thou the cp is on the net you still need the permission of the creator to make it and share it with other people

  6. why do 2 people not like this? Nice Work on the koi!

  7. they both are awsome hope there was and a tutorial

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