Star Wars Origami

Submitted by: Mystic88 10 years ago in Misc

Who needs expensive action figures when you have paper.
There are 57 comments:
Male 31
The only one I liked was Yoda.
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Male 150
Some of those looked like they were wadded up pieces of colored toilet paper, but it was still a unique idea.
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Male 99
This just shows you how stupid people are these days. First of all, they`re trying to make paper figures of Star Wars. Second, they don`t know the difference between oragami, paper mache and crumpled paper.
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Female 20
Didn`t seem to be origami as much as it was creatively crumpled paper except for the Yoda one and a few of the ships. Those kind of impressed me.
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Female 2,084
i could never do that. i don`t have the patience.
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Female 416
Kewl
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Female 7
awesome :D
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Female 195
yay for paper! \o/
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Male 4,012
it doesn`t have the refinement of origami. Much too crinkled.

But it`s good anyway, especially the Yoda one.

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Female 3,726
I`ve never seen this film either...what`s the big deal?
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Male 10
WAY to much time I mean come on
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Female 1,832
Wow that is impressive !!
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Female 157
some of them look like they were just twisted paper not origami )-|... but Yoda always looks cool!!
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Female 2,695
very cool. i haven`t seen even a whole movie, so i don`t know the characters.. but whatever. those are good :]
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Male 422
+ i wanna light them on fire :-D
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Male 422
why is the emperor shocking the poor ants???
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Female 532
Lol BlackiPod, Spaceballs FTW
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Female 122
anyone else in the mood for doughnuts?
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Male 869
I guess if I lived in my moms basement I could do this too. Still pretty cool though, but then again I`m not that crafty.
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Male 549
I wanna pour water on them and watch them shrivel up. Muwahah }-)
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Male 1,244
My shwartz is bigger than yours
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Male 1,204
well, they were nice looking, but meh. i want some funny pictures D:
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Male 876
That`s awesome, but the ships were shi**y. I must twitch now.
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Female 532
well, since origami is the art of paper-folding, and these were just paper-crumpling, I have to say that the coolness factor dropped considerably...

Oh wait, its of Star Wars figures... There was no coolness factor in the first place...

Rock on with the ORIGINAL trilogy... (being LOTR of course)

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Male 716
The droid to the left is just reference, it`s a plastic model. Yoda kicked butt. :-D
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Female 712
That was cool.
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Female 818
Cute :D
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Male 1,066
the only good looking thing was the droid on the left...
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Male 1,485
that stuff was awsome, i would still preffer the plastic ones though
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Male 305
Yoda was cool, but that`s about it.
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Male 31
FANTASTIC!!!!!!! they should have a section where you can do it yourself.
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Male 132
wow, im amazed so many people havent seen star wars, specially on a site like this, anyway those were ok but i dont know if they would be clasified as origami
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Male 995
Neat! And as a plus, they are as flimsy as the plot!
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Female 525
my dad would go nutz
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Male 888
wow thats cool stuffs
even tho its crumpled paper, i dont think i can make em..
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Male 1,072
i love star wars its brilliant :P
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Male 12
Haha the magical wonders that paper can give you
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Male 644
At first I was thinking.... Why are these not more detailed and/or better looking? Then, I realized, that`s the point... it`s supposed to be just paper. Durrr.
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Male 699
Aristotle:
Wednesday, July 11, 2007 2:34:23 AM
I hate to reveal the darkest secret any internet-poster has ever revealed, but...
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I`ve never seen the star wars movies. Flame on.
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Me neither.

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Male 92
Yeah, they are decent, but Origami is the art of paper folding, not the art of crumpling colored pieces of paper.
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Male 4,246
Those were pretty good, but at first I thought the hooded figures were Jawas, and I wondered "What the hell are Jawas doing with light-sabres??" And then I got a clue; they were actually Jedi and Sith. :-D And of course, The Emperor shooting lightening from his hands.
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Female 690
I`ve never seen any of the star wars movies either.
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Female 345
That`s more like paper-mâché. The left droid on the 6th picture looks great though.
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Male 270
I don`t think those qualify as origami.
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Male 358
o_O stupid looking. they DID look like crumpled pieces of paper.
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Male 1,072
WOAH! I liked it the ships were a little crap maybe cause they are easy to make but the rest was brilliant, was a little confused with the lightning but i twigged!
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Male 1,550
I was just thinking of buying the Star Wars Trilogy on DVD, this must be a sign to buy it! I guess I am now 8-)
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Male 215
Is it just me, or does Yoda look excited in the picture where he`s facing Darth Vader? Like a perverted flasher showing off his "light saber".
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Female 39
aristotle-lol, ur not alone
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Female 96
someone has too much free time.
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Female 434
That was awesome and Yoda was adorable
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Male 22
I hate to reveal the darkest secret any internet-poster has ever revealed, but...

...

I`ve never seen the star wars movies. Flame on.

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Male 994
neat
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Male 908
The last three where silly...
A lot of em look like crumpled pieces of paper
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Male 15
Nerds keep multiplying and have now conquered the art of origami.
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Male 503
Brilliant.
Once again, paper proves to be quite useful.
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Male 6
Link: Star Wars Origami [Rate Link] - Who needs expensive action figures when you have paper.
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