This page contains all of the models I have posted on this website. They are categorized by date and will have information about all the different versions I have folded and some of my design processes. The date shown with the model is the date that I designed and finished the most recent version.
This page contains information on my models, how I make them and the rules I adhere to while doing so. It also contains information on how I make paper for folding, why I use certain papers, frequently asked questions and possibilities regarding purchasing and/or commissioning models.
This page contains a list of links to my favorite origami artists' webpages, some useful information sources, a few interesting origami related articles, particular stores I buy supplies at and the non-origami, paper related projects I follow.
I have created this page for anyone visiting my site who is not an origamist but would like to give origami a try. The simple models found here can be folded from any paper in a fairly short time period and should provide any beginner with an interesting and rewarding introduction to origami.
Overtime, as I have gained experience designing origami, I have started to stretch the perimeters of the design methods I use, hybridizing techniques, finding new ways of looking at things and discovering better ways to predict the results. Doing this always gives rise to new and different problems that must be solved in order to fold my designs. This page features the problems I have encountered, the solutions I have found and solutions that I have found other artists are using.
This page has a list of all my models organized by category and is more of a quick, general overview of each model versus the gallery page. All of the models have a link to their corresponding page in the gallery.