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TOMO I

PAPIROFLEXIA
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ORIGAMI
RECOPILACIN
GATOS
Febrero 2011
Patricio Kunz Edwin Corrie Manuel Arroyo Makoto Yamaguchi Makoto Yamaguchi Makoto Yamaguchi
Makoto Yamaguchi Makoto Yamaguchi Fred Rohm Yoshihisa Kimura Yoshihisa Kimura
Yoshihisa Kimura Jun Maekawa Macska Dinah Dave Brill Eric Joisel Seiji Nishikawa
Fumiaki Kawahata Marc Kirschenbaum Makoto Yamaguchi Takai Hiroaki Dave Brill
Noboru Miyajima Seiji Nishikawa David Brill
Albertino Lionel John Montroll Romn Daz Taylor Richards
Gilad Aharoni Christophe Boudias Stephane Ansons Stephen Weiss Marc Kirschenbaum Aldo Putignano
Max Hulme Desmond McLeod Elisabeth Montoya Sergei Afonkin Katsushi Nosho Tanaka Masashi
Peter Budai Sergei Afonkin y Elena A. Tetsuya Gotani Tetsuya Gotani
SeijiNishikawa HideoKomatsu FumiakiKawahata GiangDihn
FabioZapata MatthewDunstan KatiaVioli MichaelG.LaFosse FabioZapata MatthewDunstan KatiaVioli MichaelG.LaFosse
AkiraYoshizawa AkiraYoshizawa AkiraYoshizawa AlfredoGiunta
PatCrawford J.C.Nolan Origamileo
TeruoTsuji TeruoTsuji TaichiroHasegawa EijiTsuchido
TomokoFuse TomokoFuse SergeiAfonkiny SergeiAfonkiny HansBirkeland
ElenaAfonkina ElenaAfonkina
JosuCorredor KyoheiKatsuta YoshipTsuda J.AnbalVoyer HermanvanGoubergen LeeJaeGu
StephaneAnsons PasqualeD'Auria KlausDieterEnnen PeterPaulForcher StephenO'Hanlon AnitaBarbour
PhilSchulz AnitaBarbour NickRobinson EviBinzinger KenKawamura RobinGlynn
StephenO'Hanlon AnitaKastlunger YoshihideMomotani EijiTsuchito ToshieTahahama
PeterPaulForcher AlfonsoGlezConde DanielaCarboni GuillermoDez JackyChan Peter PaulForcher AlfonsoGlez Conde DanielaCarboni GuillermoDez JackyChan
JordiCorbell JuanGimeno LuisAlegreMateus NiekoSeta EviBizinger
Pa t r i c i o Ku n z To mi c 2 0 0 8
El Gato sin Botas ( y sin Marqus de Carabs)
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No debis afligiros, mi seor, no tenis ms que
proporcionarme una bolsa y un par de botas
para andar por entre los matorrales,
y veris que vuestra herencia no es tan
pobre como pensis.
Charles Perrault
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(Abrir y aplastar)
Afinar el lomo Afinar la cabeza
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Seated Cat
Origami design, drawings, photographs and booklet
Dave Brill 2007

Seated Cat
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Origamania 28 http://www.passionorigami.com/ Lionel Albertino Reproduction et diffusion interdites sans autorisation de lauteur
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15 cm => 5 cm
Cr en mai 89
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Cat
Gilad Aharoni (Israel / MA) 2006
1. Start with a square, face-color side up.
Fold in half and unfold.
Intermediate
A 15cm (6 inch) square makes a 7.5cm (3 inch) tall model.
2. Valley-fold two corners to the center-
line.
3. Fold edges to center and unfold.
4. Fold and unfold edges to last creases.
5. Reverse-fold along pre-creases.
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6. Reverse-fold along pre-creases.
7. Repeat steps 5-6 on the left.
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8. Valley-fold both flaps. 9. Valley-fold in half. 10. Outside reverse-fold.
Cat (Page 2)
13. Fold flap down. Repeat behind. 11. Fold in half, squash-folding underneath. 12. Repeat behind.
14. Closed sink. Repeat behind.
15. Rotate.
16. Squash-fold.
17. The following steps will focus on the head.
18. Fold two flaps up, squashing the layers
underneath.
19. Open the eyes with small squash-folds.
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20. Mountain-fold the ears behind.
Cat (Page 3)
21. Mountain-fold the tips of the head. 22. Back to full model view.
23. Valley-fold the body under the head. 24. Mountain fold the tip of the head;
curl the tail behind.
25. Cat completed.
Visit WWW.GILADORIGAMI.COM for more!
Cat 20th February 2009
Begin with A4 or similar shape.
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Gato
J. Anbal Voyer
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del gato
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A circled number step number on the diagrams means there are written instructions for that step. Please
read them before folding. The folding sequence seems very mathematical. In reality most location points
are not that critical: Its just a way of minimizing free folding.
6. Fold the bisector. Step 7 indicates the position of the endpoint.
8. Crimp on an existing valleyfold. The mountainfold starts at the endpoint of that valley and Step 9 indic-
ates its angle. Avoid creating the bottom border.
10. Mountain fold starting at A, nearly parallel to Y but widening slightly towards the top. Endpoint C is
just a fraction higher than B.
11. Make a tiny mark with your ngernail in the centre of the point.
12. Fold the bisector, starting from the mark in 11. Fold only the bottom third of the point.
16. Fold the point so that its edge crosses the circled point.
19. &20. Rearrange existing folds on one layer of paper only.
21. Pinch both layers of paper at the indicated spots and move your hands together, curving the paper in
between (make a bump, not a hollow.) The top point should open out and move down.
24. Twist the top point to the front, wringing the cats neck.
40. Side view. Pull apart the two layers of the ears.
43. Gently curve the ears, the paper wants to do this anyway.
44. Curved eyebrows. Practice this in a separate sheet rst.
45. Inside reverse fold. Dont fold the edges, only curves here.
47. Side view. Get rid of the point by folding it up into the head.
56. Make sure ap A is folded into the tail.
59. Run your thumbnail along the tail furrow and extend it, curving upwards.
61. Gently curve back the paper along the dotted lines.
The nal model will need a support to stand.
Copyright c 1996 Herman van Goubergen, all rights reserved.
PDF version 1999 by Sebastian Marius Kirsch <skirsch@t-online.de>.
Distribution for noncommercial purposes is free. Please contact the author
if you want to use this model for commercial purposes.
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Cat Head by Evi Binzinger 1/

2000
Use a square two colored origami paper
of 7x7 cm (3 inches) size.
Precrease diagonal lines, then fold two
corners to the middle.
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Then valley fold upper
corner down as indicated.
It should look like this
now. The next diagram is
enlarged for better view.
Then valley fold lower
corner up.
Then valley fold corner
down again.
The next view is enlarged
once more.
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Then mountain fold behind
top corner.
Variation: pinch nose and
narrow the bottom, to make it
look like a heart.
Complete.
Push upper corners under the white triangle and
mountain fold behind lower corner of white triangle.
Mountain fold behind and valley fold to the
front again to from the ears. Mountain and valley
lines are not parallel.
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Katze /Cat
Design & Diagrams by Anna Kastlunger (2007)
http://www.origamiaustria.at/

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creator & diagram : Jacky Chan
2009-09
Colored Cat
2009 Chan Hon Fai Jacky
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Start with a fish base.


Use two colored origami paper of 15x15 cm.
Squash fold the peaks of the fish base as shown
in the first diagram. The top of the peak will meet
the valley line.
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Valley fold to form the ears.
Narrow the ears by valley folding
once more.
Valley fold up and then valley fold the upper
layer of the bird base down again (pleat).
The edge should cover the marked corner.
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Cutting is required to obtain the following whiskers.
If you are a purist, simply skip this step.
Cut in the middle and once on each side of
the upper layer to separate the whiskers.
Then valley fold them up to the left and right side.
Now mountain fold behind the lower part of first layer
and reduce width of head by mountain folding behind
the left over paper of the sides.
Inside reverse fold
to form the head.
Complete bookmark.

Evi Binzinger 2000


Experiment with
lenght of cut, to get
long whiskers.
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Evi Binzinger 2000