Friday, November 2, 2012

Cool, Free Origamic Architecture Templates

Free Origamic Architecture Templates from

I am working on some new templates for Thanksgiving and Christmas, but in the meantime I would like to introduce you to Elod Beregszaszi who is a wonderful, up and coming Origamic Architecture Artist.  He has recently added a "Learn" section to his website and each Friday, he shares a new free pattern and folding video.  Check out his gallery where you can gaze in awe at his fabulous works. (That's what I do when I visit it.)  You may want to drop by and LIKE his page at and get the latest news about his exhibits and free workshops.

Here are the available Popupology patterns :  This Friday's Pattern is Kinetic Heart #2

Previous Friday Patterns:
St. Paul's Cathedral      Simple House #1      Steps      Invasion!    Kinetic Heart #1

While you are there take look at his new line of mirrored paper Kinetic Jewelry!  Very chic!

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  1. Hi Jean, Thanks for this link. Such amazing work! I printed a couple of the patterns to try. He made it look so easy. I'm thinking I'll have to try it several times to make mine look presentable. I don't know if I mentioned on your other posts how nice your Halloween card turned out. It is so much fun to see your work!

  2. Thanks, Pamela! Yes, Elod is awesome. He does something in the instructions that is new to me. He tells you to cut all the lines. This causes a perforation making the white area on each side into tiny tabs. You have to be very careful about folding it. If they tear, you will have to do it again. If you find it tearing, you may want to try cutting the folding lines a little shorter.

  3. But how to remove those
    dotted lines

    1. Smruti, ideally you cut from the back and fold from the front and the lines won't show.


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