The Ultimate Origami Course - Beginner to Advanced
What you'll learn
- Fold 100 origami designs
- Understand the fundamentals and folding techniques
- Fold animals, flowers, boats, buildings, modular origami, action models, and much more
- Learn the history of origami
- Build the foundation to learn how to design your own origami
- Motivation to learn!
Today’s the day you become an origami artist!
This is the most comprehensive course on traditional origami available. Learn from Kevin, an origami artist with over 10 years of folding and designing experience.
Whether you consider yourself an artistic person or not, this hobby is for you. Origami is a hands-on art form that offers unlimited possibilities for creativity.
You’ve probably heard about folding 1,000 cranes for good luck, or maybe you’ve folded a paper airplane for fun. But what about a dragon or phoenix? Or action models that move and interact with you?
These elaborate origamis and more are taught with step-by-step instructions that anyone can follow and replicate.
You’ll learn every basic folding technique then be guided through the creation of 100 unique origamis. Enjoy exploring the course at your own pace and transform from beginner to expert!
Once you join this course, you gain instant access to all 16 sections that total over 13 hours of comprehensive content.
This course gives you the skills and confidence needed to start creating stunning origamis of your own.
The different types of paper you can use to fold the origamis taught in this course. No need to buy fancy paper!
A brief history of origami
Basic folding techniques that are fundamental for all types of origamis
Fun origami designs that range in difficulty and style, organized by subjects such as land animals, sea animals, flowers, birds, boats, and much more
Ready for more? Try tackling two difficult designs that really test your skills: a dragon and phoenix!
Bonus section! Kevin discusses ways to continue your origami journey with extra resources and links
Each video section get progressively more difficult so you can hone your skill, accomplish new challenges, and have fun along the way.
Go at your own pace! Whether you’re stuck in a section or you’re feeling adventurous, you can jump around to different sections and fold anything that interests you.
The 14 Sections of Origami Models:
Land Animals: penguin, pig, elephant, fox, hen, rooster, rabbit, dog, frog
Sea Animals: whale 1, whale 2, angelfish, goldfish, seal
Action Models: windsurfer, pinwheel, bellows, talking fox, water bomb, camera, drinking bird, jumping frog, fortune teller, flapping bird
Animal Heads and Faces: dog head, cat head 1, cat head 2, elephant head, bunny head
Boats: yacht, sailboat, speedboat, magic boat, steamboat, sampan, motorboat
Birds: swan, crow, parakeet, pajarita, mandarin duck, pigeon, flapping bird, peace dove, crane
Flowers: camellia, bell flower, iris, tulip, rose
Bugs: cicada, beetle, butterfly, snail
Clothing and Accessories: pointed hat, triangle hat, samurai helmet, purse, wallet, necktie, yakko-san, pants, baseball cap
Furniture and Buildings: house 1, piano, house 2, church, pagoda, chair, table, armchair, footstool
Miscellaneous: drinking cup, heart, tato, lover’s knot, lantern, puffy heart, sumo wrestler, mikoshi, palanquin, persimmon,
Boxes: box with flaps, box with lid, oblong box, rectangle box, star box, trapezoid box, sanbo, candy dish, fancy box, lazy Susan, Chinese vase
Modular: menko, ninja star, spinning top, cube, star, lotus flower
Intermediate: dragon, phoenix
Personal contact with me, Kevin, your instructor
The ability to share your progress with me and gain feedback
Lifetime access to the course materials
A deep understanding of how origami is created
Advice on how to continue your origami journey
A newfound skill of a unique art form
Who this course is for:
- Anyone curious about a new art form
- Students wanting to learn origami
- Teachers wanting to teach origami
- Parents wanting to teach their children
- Homeschool tutors wanting to teach their pupils
I began folding origami while working at a call center as a means to pass the time while learning a new skill. I enjoyed the art so much that when I got married, I decided to create every decoration in my entire wedding out of origami. That is when I truly fell in love with origami. Since then I have designed many of my own origami works, and taught the craft in various forms including in person tutoring, creating a lesson plan for classrooms, and many online teaching avenues. Origami is my favorite thing to do and I love sharing my passion with others.