Posts Tagged ‘wet’

Methylcellulose for Origami now on sale!

Previously, we wrote about the origami “wet folding” technique that was pioneered by origami master Akira Yoshizawa. His technique involved wetting the paper so that it can be molded more easily. With wet paper folding artists can create more non-geometric designs such as animals. This is because wetting the paper allows the artist to preserve […]

Origami wet folding technique

We’ve heard a lot about the “wet folding” and thought we’d share with you what we’ve learned. Origami wet folding technique is what the name implies. It is a process of dampening the paper before folding it in order to create softer, curvier edges (as opposed to sharp edges and straight lines only). This exciting […]

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