tiny frog

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    Designed by Toshikazu Kawasaki
    folded from 2*2cm mc sized tissue ( 1.25 mm grid size )

    o2elot, Himanshu (Mumbai, India), and 50 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. OrigamiFanPete 68 months ago | reply

      wow! thats amazing! unbelievable! wonderful! admirable!

    2. KorayGokhan  67 months ago | reply

      origami olayonda başarılı olduğun gibi fotoğraflarda çok hoş. =))

    3. EmreAyar 67 months ago | reply

      sağol. elimizden geldiğince ... :)

    4. ORI_Q 67 months ago | reply

      Happy Halloween!!!!!!

    5. invisible consequential 64 months ago | reply

      Holy lily pads, that's tiny origami. Thanks for sharing with Creative Commons. I used this fragile image with an article on whether ethical capitalism is possible.

    6. steffi's 63 months ago | reply

      wow complimenti!!!!

    7. jocelyn.m 61 months ago | reply

      Oh my goodness. It's so tiny!

    8. Hector Drake 57 months ago | reply

      Wow its so tiny!!!
      how did you manage to fold it so neatly????

    9. EmreAyar 57 months ago | reply

      folded with the help of tweezers

    10. DaveShuffles 56 months ago | reply

      This is ace!! Thank you

    11. click-n-joy! 56 months ago | reply

      this is such awesome work

    12. MV origami 56 months ago | reply

      Missing your amazing folds my friend! Come back please!!!!

    13. EmreAyar 56 months ago | reply

      thanks for your kind comments

      M V origami : particular thanks for your interest. i continue folding but i have lost enthusiasm for artistic folding. i just feel too lazy for treating paper and preparing a photography setup. i have been using only kami for a long time and it is not worth to photograph :)

    14. MV origami 56 months ago | reply

      I understand kekremsi; it is quite a process to keep repeating. It would be great to start a kami-only origami group. Your work would still stand higher than the rest! Thanks for filling us in on your current work.

    15. tskorigami 47 months ago | reply

      you have a pfennig?Valuable stuff....
      and that is a great fold, indeed, for such a small size, it's truly amazing!

    16. massimopaolini 22 months ago | reply

      Great image. I used it on our client’s post Consumer Guide to Credit Reports – Part 3. The post will be published on July 03, 2012.

    17. mik228 11 months ago | reply

      I've used your awesome photo as a part of a cover of a free social sciences magazine "Przeglad Ekonomiczny":

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