This page contains a list of galleries showcasing my designs categorized by year. Clicking on the button listing the year will take you to the gallery's main page. All of the models featured here are original and were both designed and folded by me. Accurate dates are not a dominant feature of my self documentation, so keep in mind that many of the dates may be broad estimates at best. I have designed many, nearly 70, models, but I have not folded most of these and even fewer have turned out nicely. As a result of this, there are, of course, many huge gaps in my model's design numbering. Also, this has caused me to set a goal of folding and, if necessary, redesigning, my older models. There being so many of them, this may take a very long time, but I will post each model as I fold it. Updates will be posted on the home page, blog and sent to subscribers.
Finally, regarding my system of organization, for the sake of space efficiency and congruency I have decided to keep all versions of a single subject on a single page. Because this makes dividing up each version regarding when it was designed or folded impossible, each model page will be posted under the year the most recent version was designed. In other words, if I designed my first stick bug in 2014, but redesigned it in 2015, the page will be in the 2015 gallery. If I refolded the old version in 2016 but still kept with the same base, it will still stay in the 2015 gallery.
Also, for those who may be unfamiliar with many origami terms, I have tried to avoid these when possible, but some are certainly included in my descriptions. If you don't know what I am talking about and want to, look up the word or phrase in OrigamiUSA's excellent Glossary. On that note, one of the abbreviations I use most frequently is "CP," which stands for crease pattern. A crease pattern is a diagram representing all of the folds used in the creation of a model’s basic structure. Each line represents a fold, one color signifying mountain (away from the viewer) folds and the other signifying valley (toward the viewer) folds. For more details about these, please visit the General Information page.