This is my Origami

I spend far too much time making origami, so I thought I would post them here.
If you have any questions don't be afraid to ask.
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Anonymous said: Hi, in your FAQ's you mentioned you don't sell any of your pieces due to copyright issues. Could you elaborate a little bit because I've seen people sell stuff like this :S ??? THANKS ;D

I’ve seen people selling them too but I’ve also seen people get shut down. It’s a tricky thing, especially on the internet. Legally if you want to sell something you have to get permission from the designer. If you want to learn more, here’s a link: https://origamiusa.org/copyright

Sudden Flame designed by Aldo Marcell
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Disco Sonobe (Variation II) designed by Natalia Romanenko
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I didn’t have any blue paper left, so I decided to paint my own.
Passage designed by Natalia Romanenko
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Polaris designed by Natalia Romanenko
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Folded from an old X-Men Unlimited comic.
Double Flower Kusudama (Variation A) designed by Maria Sinayskaya
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This is one of those models that looks better in person. If you’re looking for something cute, flowery, and not too difficult, this is the model for you. The only hard part is making the petals equal. 
Scheherazade designed by Natalia Romanenko
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Icosahedron made from Triangle Edge modules designed by Lewis Simon and Bennett Arnstein
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I had a bunch of half sheets of paper and odd shaped scraps leftover from previous projects so I decided to put them to good use. 
Diamond Bridge designed by Miyuki Kawamura
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I’m currently featured in the Artists section of the Tumblr Spotlight! Thank you to Tumblr for choosing me and thank you to my followers for all the support! This blog wouldn’t be where it is today without you guys. 
Serpentina designed by Natalia Romanenko
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People ask to see what I do with everything I fold so here’s a little glimpse. I’m pretty sure this is everything I’ve folded since I bought this self back in May. 
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