Bahamut (Divine Dragon)

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    From the Final Fantasy series
    Designed by Satoshi Kamiya
    Folded by Brian Chan

    Diagrams:
    Works of Satoshi KAMIYA 1995-2003

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    1. origami-kunst 85 months ago | reply

      A fantastic origami model with a great background.

    2. windcastle [deleted] 84 months ago | reply

      *_*

    3. hazm8 80 months ago | reply

      just amazing. beyond words. and great setting!

    4. jbweyl 78 months ago | reply

      First off this is awesome.
      Second, can you advise some good Origami websites, and if at all possible do you know of any Origami frogs that are 50+ folds or multiple pieces of paper? My aunt is a frog fan and I need a original Christmas gift figured I would give her some time and love.

    5. origamixtreme 70 months ago | reply

      ohh my godddd

      these photo is see 17.000 times

    6. gabo25 59 months ago | reply

      cool i love ol origami dragons can all of you teach me that origami just pls oh pls i want origami dragon you can tell me how to do that or tell a web how to learn that thing becase i love them

    7. CBFolds 59 months ago | reply

      I tried to fold my first Bahamut last night. After about an hour of folding it I realized that a 12" square could not sustain all of those tiny folds. How large was the paper you used and what type of material did you use? Mine was much too thick.

    8. Aspahs,[Aieeee! ♥ Kenichi Matsuyama <(^-*)<] 49 months ago | reply

      Omgosh,

      I want to cry this is so amasing! *_*

    9. Matt Newfield 41 months ago | reply

      Great pictures. The color is great. If you dont mind me asking what do you use as a backdrop?

    10. origamimaster4716 27 months ago | reply

      Nice folds Brian!

    11. origamimaster4716 27 months ago | reply

      You should probably use a paper about 23-25 inches, or about 50 cm square. Don't use regular kami, I would use a paper about 35 gsm. For example, Thai Unryu is 25 gsm I believe, so try that. Hope this helps:) Wes

    12. dcuteness 25 months ago | reply

      Hi Sir,

      I am a writer from tripwiremagazine.com. I would like to add this photo to one of our articles to be published. Thank You Very Much

      Kind Regards
      Dustin

    13. VinnieMCD 23 months ago | reply

      Unbelievable!

    14. Philogami 22 months ago | reply

      Wow amazing fold!!!

      Do you want to join my group www.flickr.com/groups/origami-fantasy-creatur es/?
      I think your model would match perfectly in this group! :)

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