Story of an origami fanatic
This is an example of a Kawasaki rose
I am a 11 year old student in a suburban town. I, like many other enthusiasts, started from the modest crane, lucky star, whatnot. I soon became tired of this and searched onto many sites, stumbling onto this great site.
Origami-fun.com and others, helped me through the intermediate section of folding, which I have spent folding at that range for about a year. Like a bear who grows more hungry every time, I aspired for complex models.
My sister, also an origami folder, knew the new kawasaki rose. I begged her to teach me it for my birthday. I, after three folds, eventually mastered it. It is still one of my favorite models today. Another of my favorite models is the Bat by Noboru Miyajima, which I have folded twice.
Another favorite is jedi master yoda by Fumiaki Kawahata, which I have folded three times. I have also folded Anibal Voyer's horse and grasshopper, as well as the fiddler crab, who I do not know the author is. I have also folded rat by Eric Josiel and the pegasus by Satoshi Kamiya.
I am currently working on the tyrannosaurus by Satoshi Kamiya. I know that most popular models are too easy for me, but I have a nephew who I have begun teaching origami. He eats up everything, and I am struggling to feed him with the limited easy models I know of!