águila cazando (Hunting eagle)

Diseñado y doblado por Nicolás Gajardo Henríquez a partir de una sola hoja cuadrada sin cortes ni aditivos.


Designed and folded by Nicolás Gajardo Henríquez form a single sheet of square paper, no cuts



  • Oriholic Jared 6y

    That's awesome!! What is the CP like? I'm interested where the rabbit comes from?
  • Nicolás Gajardo Henríquez 6y

    Hi oriholic!

    thank for your comment!

    the model is a little to assimetric for the rabbit, it have a book simmetry and rabbit come form the bottom of the sheet, the tail, body, head come form inside the paper, the wings come form the left and rigth side and the back come form the upper side!

    thanks again!
  • Oriholic Jared 6y

    Oh, I get it. Thanks for explaining.
  • David Llanque 6y

    OMG muy complejo esta super amigo
  • Matt Wisby 6y


    Is the cp published anywhere?
  • Nicolás Gajardo Henríquez 6y

    David llanque: muchas gracias por tus palabras

    Wizmatt: thank you very much for you comment, the cp is not in official publications, the cp was shown in different origami convention in this year (Chile, Ecuador, Berlin)

  • Jenny Pow 6y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Beautiful Origami, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  • Petr Stuchlý 6y

    absolutely amazing! one of the top 5 origami eagles i have ever seen!
  • WhisperPuffin 6y

    Oh my god it has a rabbit! Cool.
  • Petr Stuchlý 6y

    wow rreally! true!
  • Andrey Ermakov 6y

    Superb idea!!!!!!))) Amazing model!!!))
  • PauliusOrigami 5y

    Wow. The best eagle. Will the CP be released?
  • Zorrón 5y

    la raja el aguila, donde aprendes
  • Ricardo Montecinos 4y

    Increible diseño Nicolas, mis mas grandes felicitaciones.
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Taken on May 19, 2009
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