How to Make an Origami (Realistic) Digital Camera - Dollar Bill Origami!

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About: I love making origami and craft video tutorials!______________________________________________________ I get a lot of requests asking about what type of paper and tools I use in my videos. To answer your qu...

Welcome to the tcgames daily origami series. In this tutorial, I will show you how to make an origami digital camera. Enjoy :D!

Origami: Digital Camera
Designed By: Won Park
Made by: Suhas Sunder

Tips: Take care of your folds at the beginning, and the rest should be fairly easy if you follow the tutorial exactly. Making careful folds, and making sure everything is properly aligned will allow you to get best results for the final product. This rule is something that should probably be kept in mind when making any origami model. Other than that, have fun!

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    adale123

    5 years ago on Introduction

    love the camera.PS,TCGames, click on my picture and check out my newest instructables!!!!!

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    westfw

    6 years ago on Introduction

    As a "somewhat experienced" paper folder, I'm finding the videos a bit slow to follow, though the designs are interesting. Do you have a site with the more traditional diagrams and "start with a bird base and petal-fold the four flaps" style instructions?

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    SunderOrigamiwestfw

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Here is a list of all the sites I use:

    Has lots of diagrams
    http://www.origami-resource-center.com/

    Uses pictures instead of diagrams
    http://www.origami-instructions.com/

    Again, this one uses pictures
    http://www.bloom4ever.com/index.php

    Here's a site with traditional and easy models
    http://en.origami-club.com/

    Finally there's this site which has lots of diagrams, and you can search models by the difficulty level
    http://dev.origami.com/diagram.cfm

    Hope that helps.