Origami Hot-Air Balloon: Step-by-Step/Video!
by Jason Lin
DIAGRAMMING SUCCESS! VIDEO SUCCESS!
So I think I’m pretty happy that my scanner is terrible because I’m really proud of what I have done in the new revised diagrams.
I’m really really really proud of this.
It looks fairly professional if I do say so myself.
I’m just afraid that some of the steps are really confusing! I didn’t know how to draw them or explain it in words. Hopefully that’s where my video comes into play.
With these diagrams, I really think that I’ve taken my first step forward in writing an origami book.
The video on the other hand, I’m a little less proud of. But it’s just there for assistance. I don’t know if my camera records with very good quality either. So I hope it is still clear what I am doing. If after watching the video, you’re still confused…. then I have got some work to do on my explaining skills. haha. I’m not sure how I can help besides show up and fold it for you. The paper I used in the video is colored by myself and it made the paper really weak. THE PAPER KEPT RIPPING IN THE VIDEO! But I kept on going. Sorry if I should have done a better job. My parents say that I should of added music to the video. But truthfully, I don’t own that much music and I feel like none of it is very appropriate as background music for an origami tutorial. Fact is, you probably didn’t open the video to listen to nice music. You’re probably going to get stuck at some point and are going to pause the video. Soooo I think music is really unnecessary. Open a new window. Play your own preferred music. It’ll even keep playing when you pause the tutorial! (gasp!)
Tell me if there’s anything I need to improve on diagram/video wise.
I would really love it if someone folded my model. Send me pictures or videos or something! Post on my facebook page! Something!
I really hope this model isn’t TOO challenging for people out there. (probably not a beginner model though.) My dad says I’ve already folded my first model at too high of a level.
Well. Lets hope I can maintain that quality. haha
Finally, I’d like to add that this model is really important to me, so please don’t steal from me! I hold all copyrights. Don’t produce this for commercial use without my consent. Please give me credit wherever credit is due. Origami is to be fun and exciting. To make others happy. Thaaaaanks!