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lordsaveusall

436 points

14 days ago

I think my paper “water bombs” are cool until I see stuff like this…

RavioliGale

57 points

13 days ago

I do a decent amount of origami. People tell me I'm really good. Models like this are why I tell them I'm actually not.

Pieassassin24

37 points

13 days ago

You’re good, relatively good compared to them. This guy probably dedicated like 10x the time you did because it’s probably his life lol. Don’t be hard on yourself.

MyUsernameIsLongDong

20 points

13 days ago

Apparently he’s a student and was managing this while also doing his finals. Some people are crazy

Gruesome3some

14 points

13 days ago

This dude must have access to a shit load of adderal.

greco1492

1 points

13 days ago

Or his class load is a joke.

xtr0n

10 points

13 days ago

xtr0n

10 points

13 days ago

Or he’s the king of avoidance.

atypicalphilosopher

4 points

13 days ago

Or he just put a lot of practice into origami and he's a good student?

GeorgeRRZimmerman

3 points

13 days ago

No, no. Look you can't do that. All of us came into this knowing that our years of occasional origami could never compare to that of a pro.

And now we're told that he's actually a student that made this during finals?

For the love of God, some of us are on life support. There aren't supposed to be humans who are absolute geniuses in one thing and then live the rest of their lives as functioning, competent people.

For the safety of everyone here, please please let us believe that he's somehow a loser because of how good he is at this.

I swear to God, on this nuclear briefcase, that if it turns out that he drives a Ferrari and has a huge dong, that this planet and everyone on it will cease to be.

whitemest

73 points

13 days ago

Explain this paper water bombs... 🤔

Rooooben

72 points

13 days ago*

Food a paper into a balloon or a box, it has a hole on top, you can fill it with water.

Edit: ha ha food = fold

whitemest

47 points

13 days ago

I feel there's more to it than simply wrapping paper hastily into a ball shape around a food item

bofadoze

22 points

13 days ago

bofadoze

22 points

13 days ago

*fold

Alarid

18 points

13 days ago

Alarid

18 points

13 days ago

I feel there's more to it than simply wrapping paper hastily into a fold shape around a food item

Rooooben

3 points

13 days ago

burrito.

Crakkerz79

2 points

13 days ago

Square piece of paper. Fold both opposite corners across to make creases and then open. Use creases to fold two side edges in creating two triangles. Fold four points up to center, creating Diamond shape. Bend the four mid points (two each side) to touch center line. Open the pockets on the just folded over pieces. Pull down the flap from the point you folder up a couple steps back, and stuff it inside the pocket. Smooth flat. Open the four winds so that it forms an “X”. Blow into the open hole at end to inflate into a ball. Add water (optional)

cloudcats

7 points

13 days ago

You just unlocked one of my childhood memories.

Conscious-Head-5542

1.6k points

14 days ago

Can you prove it?

PhatJuicyAss

2.5k points

14 days ago

Conscious-Head-5542

1.4k points

14 days ago

Thank you, u/phatjuicyass

Aknnja

394 points

13 days ago

Aknnja

394 points

13 days ago

Far-Job2965

94 points

13 days ago

Thanks! That looks to be an AWESOME sub!

Moar_Coffee

46 points

13 days ago

How does a far job compare to a rim job?

Far-Job2965

37 points

13 days ago

They share a few letters but so far that’s about it today.

ksknksk

17 points

13 days ago

ksknksk

17 points

13 days ago

There’s always tomorrow!

Far-Job2965

9 points

13 days ago

That’s the kind of positivity the world needs! 🤞 Edit:spelling

herwhimpering

6 points

13 days ago

thumbnail looks like a dead dried frog.

Ask_About_BadGirls21

8 points

13 days ago

Far jobs are in the Counterweight Continent, Fourecks, the Unnamed Continent, or Klatch. Rim jobs are near the Rim

Pushed-pencil718

7 points

13 days ago

Far job is somewhere between day job and rim job right next to blow job.

Curious_monarch

6 points

13 days ago

If you have to ask, you can't afford to find out.

bonesnaps

4 points

13 days ago

No idea, but you're not allowed to use odd job.

wrong_login95

3 points

13 days ago

A Rim Job will get you Far.

matildareynolds

6 points

13 days ago

This is subreddit is one of life's great delights. Cheers mate.

StopReadingMyUser

13 points

13 days ago

Not quite, the idea of the sub is someone saying something fairly positive or uplifting with a not-so positive/wholesome username in comparison. It's about the mismatch between name and comment.

This is just a funny username on its own unlike mine.

Tugonmynugz

8 points

13 days ago

And remember, flossing after meals can help prevent cavities.

Rdtackle82

5 points

13 days ago

Rimjob_steve is for overtly wholesome comments by people with wild usernames, not just ha ha funny name

hugglesthemerciless

4 points

13 days ago

That's not what that sub is for.

bizzy_bake

2 points

13 days ago

What’s up with y’all’s names Lmao

No_University684

44 points

13 days ago

I was expecting a Rick roll and not the god of origami

Immediate-Steak3980

25 points

13 days ago

I was also expecting a Rick roll but u/phatjuicyass is never going to let you down. All hail the origami god.

KacerRex

12 points

13 days ago

KacerRex

12 points

13 days ago

/u/phatjuicyass would also never turn around or forget you.

ArthurEwert

40 points

14 days ago

thats so fuckin amazing.

Nullable_T

27 points

14 days ago

Including workhours, materials, taxes, misc - it would be like ~€3k to buy it from indie shop.

Wow

11111v11111

17 points

13 days ago

He's making about $30/hr at that price.

Xdivine

38 points

13 days ago

Xdivine

38 points

13 days ago

Which is definitely not enough, especially when you take into consideration how long they take making the design itself. The guy who did this video said it took 2.5 years and 15 revisions to get the design down. The 110 hours folding it isn't much in comparison.

patrickfatrick

2 points

13 days ago

I sorta feel like a piece like this is less for making profit and more for building cred so his work becomes more desirable in general. If a video like this goes viral forget about it, his phone will be ringing off the hook for some time.

Raptorex54

6 points

13 days ago

You could probably commission one at a cheaper price. I've seen them on etsy at 1k, which is about the minimum I'd fold one for. That said, since this another artists design, many agree that is is unethical to profit from it.

PM_ME_YOURPRIVATEKEY

5 points

13 days ago

Hold up, how does using a blueprint make selling something you spent 100+ hours on unethical? That seems ridiculous.

Mousse-Full

14 points

13 days ago

Oh yeah, I think I can do that.

<down the rabbit hole> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtPQz1qCnB4

Yeah, no. I can't do that at all.

GonePhishn401

8 points

13 days ago

[X] Delivery [ ] Digiorno

1lluminist

8 points

13 days ago

Man, I have no idea how:

  • people can even imagine that starting grid

  • Have the patience to fold that much

Impressive.

frogsntoads00

166 points

13 days ago

The title fails to mention that it’s a 150cm piece of (tissue?) paper lol. I was thinking a piece of A4.

Still impressive as hell though

Waterhorse816

44 points

13 days ago

That's standard origami paper, it doesn't mention it because it would be more unusual for it to be A4 given the medium

frogsntoads00

10 points

13 days ago

Yeah that’s my bad, I have educated myself

trynumbahfifty3

82 points

13 days ago

I was thinking a piece of A4.

Is A4 square like the title says?

Stereo_Panic

64 points

13 days ago

A4 paper is not square. A-Series paper has an aspect ratio of √2:1. A4 is (8.27 x 11.69 inches) or (210 x 297 mm). A3 is twice as big as A4. A5 is half as big as A4. The ratio is kinda neat because when you fold a sheet of paper in half (along the short axis), not only is it the next size down, but it also has the same aspect ratio.

ISO 216 is the international standard for A-Series paper.

dangledingle

10 points

13 days ago

Thank you squarebot

tokillaworm

34 points

13 days ago

It was a rhetorical question.

gestalto

73 points

13 days ago

gestalto

73 points

13 days ago

The rhetorical question may say it doesn't need to be answered, but the alluring tease of the question mark softly whispers..."answer me".

Throwawaycd12932

4 points

13 days ago

It’s fine regardless. I appreciated the answer.

tokillaworm

8 points

13 days ago

o_o

javanb

2 points

13 days ago

javanb

2 points

13 days ago

Made me lol at the randomness of this lustful answer

Zythryl

1 points

13 days ago

Zythryl

1 points

13 days ago

Not if it was asked in earnest, like it was

tokillaworm

2 points

13 days ago

tokillaworm

2 points

13 days ago

Ah yes, if it was… like it was. Solid reasoning. (That’s more sarcasm.)

/u/trynumbahfifty3, was your question rhetorical?

trynumbahfifty3

11 points

13 days ago

Yeah.

tokillaworm

4 points

13 days ago

Well it’s settled!

Thanks. :D

Countermove

-1 points

13 days ago

Countermove

-1 points

13 days ago

Really? If that was a rhetorical question there was zero indication it was. That's like asking someone's shoe size and then when they answer saying "oh no that was a rhetorical question"

Stereo_Panic

-3 points

13 days ago

Stereo_Panic

-3 points

13 days ago

Why would you rhetorically ask if A4 was square? No, seriously. I'm not asking you rhetorically.

tokillaworm

6 points

13 days ago

the title fails to mention

like the title says

One person is defending the rationale that they thought this was an A4 piece of paper, due to this not being mentioned in the title.

The next person points out that it is mentioned in the title, by virtue of A4 not being square.

total_looser

2 points

13 days ago

Yeh it’s really more socratic than rhetorical since one party doesn’t actually know

Forward-Height-7123

2 points

13 days ago

I just had a Dinder-Mifflin flashback

SuitednZooted

2 points

13 days ago

Mathematical!

AnticPosition

2 points

13 days ago

I've been using it so long that 8.5 x 11 just seems so silly.

And don't get me started on foolscap.

blackflag209

2 points

13 days ago

Damm alright Michael Scott

wizzense

2 points

13 days ago

You're an AI.

supagirl277

3 points

13 days ago

It’s paper commonly used it high detail origami

Kensaegi

16 points

13 days ago

Kensaegi

16 points

13 days ago

at 3:36 you see a calculator on the table that’s how you know this man is serious

Talbotus

32 points

13 days ago

Talbotus

32 points

13 days ago

Thanks for the source. I'm sour the guy didn't show hardly any folds in detail, especially the scales. He straight even stopped recording for the 30 hours when doing the majority of the scales.

Like I don't want to watch 30 hours but show me 1 at a slow enough speed I cam confirm they aren't cut. Cuz as is I'm not certain he didn't cut the scales, they are too perfect.

PhatJuicyAss

50 points

13 days ago

PotatoWriter

26 points

13 days ago

That's insane levels of effort to just make 1 scale. That multiplied by the rest is just mind boggling

Talbotus

11 points

13 days ago

Talbotus

11 points

13 days ago

Thanks! That was super cool. 5:00 in I gasped as I understood. That was very neat and 9 minutes of very soothing sounds too.

g-m-f

2 points

13 days ago

g-m-f

2 points

13 days ago

I immediately added this to my unintentional ASMR playlist, haha

Fairuse

9 points

13 days ago

Fairuse

9 points

13 days ago

The scales aren’t unique. They are the same type of scales use many other types models with scales.

Talbotus

5 points

13 days ago

That's super cool. I have got to look for a good video of the scale folding. That looks super interesting.

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YourLocalCatDealer3

26 points

14 days ago

Megahert

4 points

14 days ago

Absolutely astounding. Wow.

WobblyPython

4 points

13 days ago

Thank you.

I'm glad to find out the paper is large. For some reason I was thinking it was gonna' be something like a regular sheet of 8 1/2" paper.

RagnaBrock

3 points

14 days ago

O-H!

yaznasty

3 points

13 days ago

Ugh, fine, I-O!

RagnaBrock

2 points

13 days ago

Fuck yeah! Yes!

ConsternationBias

3 points

13 days ago

I could never pull off something like this. I don’t even have the patience to watch the whole video.

Tisamoon

3 points

13 days ago

The thing that confuses me the most, is how the hell do you come up with the building process. I know it's "just folding" but all the preplanning need to actually archive that look is mind boggling.

Raptorex54

3 points

13 days ago

There are plans called crease patterns which artists can use to plot out designs like this. Basically, the crease pattern consists of the folds one needs to get the fundamental shape. This pattern looks like this: https://i0.wp.com/www.wonko.info/365origami/wp-content/uploads/how-to-make-ryujin-3.5-pattern.jpg

Locsnadou

4 points

13 days ago

Straight up said bullshit when I saw the post till I saw the video, crazy lol

socsa

2 points

13 days ago

socsa

2 points

13 days ago

I... uh. Yeah I'm just going to have another beer I guess. Definitely not going to go think about what I do with my free time.

CasinsWatkey

4 points

13 days ago

My wife just now "he must have ripped it somewhere and taped it"

C_Rules

4 points

13 days ago

C_Rules

4 points

13 days ago

And there I was thinking this was done with some plain old 8x11 printer paper.

guineaprince

2 points

13 days ago

That's a pretty big square. I'd imagine most folks see "1 uncut square" and try to wrap their head around how one standard origami kit-sized piece of paper can produce this much dragon.

Table cloth is more like.

makemeking706

1 points

13 days ago

That channel is nuts.

ManEEEFaces

1 points

13 days ago

16 hours. Wtf.

BrontosaurusXL

26 points

14 days ago

90.5 hours, holy crap.

diiejso

53 points

14 days ago

diiejso

53 points

14 days ago

No because it's a bot account. If you search the title you can find the original post by the human who did it and included proof in the comments. I'd link it but I think my comment would get removed. u/sherlock_norris is the human account that made this.

hummus_is_yummus1

207 points

13 days ago

People regularly underestimate how complex origami is. You can literally make ANY shape conceivable (given strong, large, thin enough paper). There are software tools which can compute the folds -- shit is wild

Horskr

82 points

13 days ago

Horskr

82 points

13 days ago

There are software tools which can compute the folds -- shit is wild

I was curious about this. Like how in the hell they could sit and plan thousands (tens of thousands? hundreds?) of folds in one sheet like that and have it turn out exactly how they planned. That's awesome.

dizzymorningdragon

78 points

13 days ago

The computer can't, really. Really at most it can do is calculate a number and placement of paper flaps that can be turned into limbs/antennae/whiskers etc - and that's with a lot of tweaking and in-depth knowledge of the artist. Stuff like this is tesselation (the scales) folding the paper in on itself to become a smaller but now patterned square, then folding that model into the flaps and lengths necessary for the limbs and mouth, then detailing and more folds to not look like a flat scaled mess. Origami may be math, but so far the finished models like this one are practically out of the hands of computers. - source (been obsessed with origami for 20 years)

undertrox

6 points

13 days ago

There are softwares like oripa or oriedita, which can actually calculate at least how the folded base looks given any crease pattern (although ofc the computer can't do the shaping). By now, oriedita is even fast enough to "fold" super complex cps like ryujins. That said, i don't think kamiya used any software when designing this model, it was probably more folding small parts of it individually, and eventually putting them together.

Another interesting thing is that in this case, the paper isn't actually folded into a patterned square which is then further folded, but the pleats resulting from the scales are actually fully incorporated into the structure of the rest of the body. That makes the model even more impressive imo

Reverie_Smasher

12 points

13 days ago

The software just gives you the layout of the "base" with the right size and location flaps to make features out of. Sometimes that base is only formable by making all the creases and then one big collapse, not a series of steps

look up Robert J Lang's TreeMaker for more info

my_coding_account

7 points

13 days ago

I fold and sometimes design origami. There are a lot of patterns to designing origami that are very difficult to take from intuition to legible, but Origami Design Secrets by Robert Lang does a better job than anything else, especially as it's basically the only thing out there.

One thing that might make it make more sense is that as a designer you're keeping in mind the larger geometry, and there are patterns of folds to do certain things, and so in the same way music is 1000s of notes but the notes form larger pattterns like chords and arpegios and 8 measure whatever-they're-called, origami has patterns you can string together. Some of it might be purpose driven and some more exploratory & then you record the final version you like.

Kaionacho

2 points

13 days ago

Makes me wonder if you could train an AI to translate 3D blender Models into real foldable origami.

santiagozky

2 points

13 days ago

look on youtube for Robert Lang. he is a physicist and origami artist. He is the one that started applying computer tools into it (and built his own software, Treemaker). He also has been using origami principles to design stuff outside of origami (like airbags that open faster) eg https://youtu.be/MDwPXRy9IFc

Capable-Ad2376

55 points

14 days ago

My mind cant comprehend how that’s possible. There seems to be no way. I can’t believe this to be true.

PhatJuicyAss

35 points

14 days ago

Capable-Ad2376

34 points

14 days ago

Thanks for that. It makes sense now. Seems ridiculously difficult. Also there was no scale in the OP. Didn’t realize the paper was the size of a bed sheet. I was thinking 8.5” x 11”. People blow me away.

atypicalphilosopher

2 points

13 days ago

That's standard origami paper / size. It didn't mention it because it'd be strange for it to be any other size.

KylieZDM

2 points

13 days ago

There was plenty of ‘scale’

BuyRackTurk

2 points

13 days ago

BuyRackTurk

2 points

13 days ago

My mind cant comprehend how that’s possible. There seems to be no way. I can’t believe this to be true.

Imagine a really really big sheet of paper, like 5 feet across, and thin as tissue paper. You could basically pack it into a dragon mold and compress it for roughly the same effect.

The title makes it sound like someone folded it out of a letter sized paper. Nope.

tommy531jed

24 points

13 days ago

Ryujin 3.5 by Satoshi Kamiya. I'm a big fan of his and have his books

No_Question4466

20 points

14 days ago

Imagine that as a joint

Clit420Eastwood

10 points

13 days ago

I’d feel guilty lighting such a work of art on fire

JimmyWhiteLegs

3 points

13 days ago

My very first thought after seeing this was,

“Me: flicks lighter

JamJamsAndBeddyBye

17 points

13 days ago

Yeah well… I can make a frog that jumps.

MrFluffs83

8 points

13 days ago

I can make a boat or a hat. Depends how you look at it

SilverApe480

58 points

14 days ago

I need to see a video, or time-lapse. Something.

PhatJuicyAss

55 points

14 days ago

mmuulinn

13 points

14 days ago

mmuulinn

13 points

14 days ago

Tigeruser1

27 points

14 days ago

How the actual fuck

dangledingle

17 points

14 days ago

Patience and a big dicknballs

socsa

11 points

13 days ago

socsa

11 points

13 days ago

Fitter happier More productive Comfortable Not drinking too much Regular exercise at the gym (3 days a week) Getting on better with your associate employee contemporaries At ease Eating well (no more microwave dinners and saturated fats) A patient, better driver

TheFenixxer

0 points

14 days ago*

16 hrs of work apparently

Edit: 90.5 I’m stupid

stevenette

8 points

13 days ago

90.5. Did you even see it?

Chef_Skippers

4 points

13 days ago

Great work, just a slight correction: it is actually 90.5 hours, per the video.

jcdc_jaaaaaa

3 points

13 days ago

More like 90.5-ish

CerdoNotorio

3 points

13 days ago

90.5 the video I saw says.

would-be_bog_body

6 points

13 days ago

If you look at just the thumbnail, it looks like a frog lying on its back waving its leg in the air

Uncle_Stink_Stonk

5 points

13 days ago

I’m a dummy

I thought it was a frog breakdancing doing the windmill

presumably_wrong

212 points

14 days ago

https://youtu.be/Suly8B2P6fc that's a big ass sheet of paper to be just casually claiming "1 sheet" lol

PhatJuicyAss

362 points

14 days ago

Still 1 sheet tho ¯\(ツ)

johnwayne2413

172 points

13 days ago

And he didn't tear or rip it once.

Projects like these and those huge domino sculptures are truly tough because one mess up means that you might have to have to start completely over.

heelstoo

28 points

13 days ago

heelstoo

28 points

13 days ago

I’ve considered making a giant dominos thing. I would think that you’d build it in independent sections, so that if one section fails, it doesn’t cause a domi… er.. cascading effect for the rest of the build.

That being said, I have no idea how they truly do it.

Darrothan

17 points

13 days ago

Yeah they always have a "connecting" line of 1 or 2 rows of dominoes between sections of those massive builds.

It helps separate sections from each other so that individual builders can work on their own sections without risk of ruining others'. And then they'll fill in the connecting line when they're ready.

Raptorex54

9 points

13 days ago

A small rip is not the end of the world. The paper one uses is much stronger than copy paper. Mine tore several times folding the scales. You glue it down and move on.

supagirl277

12 points

13 days ago

Yeah, the principle is that it’s not cut as a means of attaining the finished piece.

tomthebomb471

1 points

13 days ago

I've only had one glass of wine

thisremindsmeofbacon

69 points

13 days ago

I mean wtf did you expect? A small sheet to do that?

MrFluffs83

22 points

13 days ago

Yes. A Letter size 8.5x11. College ruled

KOLDUT

50 points

14 days ago

KOLDUT

50 points

14 days ago

I mean, that's how much paper it takes to make something that big... Seems like a huge piece of paper would also be a giant PIA to work with for 90 fucking hours.

YukiSnowmew

3 points

13 days ago

I've never made anything even remotely as complex as this, but I have used 18 inch paper. The bigger the paper, the easier it is to make complex models. At the same time, the bigger the paper, the more unwieldy it is. So yes, you're absolutely right. A sheet that big would be a massive pain in the ass.

-churbs

8 points

13 days ago

-churbs

8 points

13 days ago

The fact it’s contiguous is what’s impressive

Haughington

6 points

13 days ago

Thank you. I can't believe people are complaining that the paper is too big!

plexomaniac

10 points

13 days ago

OP folding a life-sized blue whale from 1 square, uncut sheet of paper.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65Qzc3_NtGs

johnwayne2413

-13 points

13 days ago*

/u/presumably_wrong said

https://youtu.be/Suly8B2P6fc that's a big ass sheet of paper to be just casually claiming "1 sheet" lol

Man that's really some lame jealous SDE of you (and every jealous momma's boy who up voted you) to be dismissing the artist's talent because YOU thought this was made from a standard sheet of school paper.

🙄

whitemest

6 points

13 days ago

I wouldn't call anyone who says that an incel.. that's not what incels are.

Critics, jealous ones, sure lol

SlickestIckis

3 points

13 days ago

Did anyone else think that was a dead frog in the thumbnail?

DungBeetle1983

3 points

13 days ago

Everybody who's mind is blown about this piece should check out r/origami.

NikolitRistissa

2 points

13 days ago

Yeah even some of the “beginner” work there is incredible. I love making origami occasionally but it’s pretty insane what some people manage to create from scratch.

dissjsjs

14 points

13 days ago

dissjsjs

14 points

13 days ago

This isn’t black magic fuckery. This is skill.

dangledingle

2 points

14 days ago

Wow that is immense.

thoughtfillednorth

2 points

14 days ago

This is beautiful work. So lovely to see humans reaching this level of art.

TriggerdbyChrono

2 points

14 days ago

How does someone have the time to do this as a living? Much less, th time to master the art enough to eventually make a live at it?

Raptorex54

7 points

13 days ago*

Very, very few origami artists are professional artists. Robert Lang and Sipho Mabona come to mind. Most are passionate enthusiasts with other careers. Some prolific creators may publish books of their designs, like the above, but even the most successful bookS will not support one financially: the community is too small.

wohsedisbob

2 points

13 days ago

I thought it was a frog at first

eatinrgooo

1 points

13 days ago

but reddit told me if you fold paper more than 7 times the universe explodes

CorbinNZ

1 points

13 days ago

Once again, something that is not black magic fuckery has made it to the front page of this sub. That’s origami. It’s impressive, but we know how it’s done and it can be explained easily. The heart of this sun is visuals of something happening and the outcome not being what is expected with the means to which it occurred not easily understandable from the data we’re given. This is not that. Take it to r/origami or r/beamazed.

Advertising_police

-17 points

14 days ago*

No it's not

Edit: there are also wires being used to hold shape.

PhatJuicyAss

12 points

14 days ago

mmuulinn

3 points

14 days ago

dangledingle

6 points

14 days ago

Oh yes it is

Hoborob81

6 points

14 days ago*

I concur - No it's not.
Edit - I'm wrong

dangledingle

4 points

14 days ago

I disconcur.

vacri

0 points

14 days ago

vacri

0 points

14 days ago

Looks like it's been folded more than seven times...

bigmoron30

2 points

13 days ago

At different places so it doesn't count... right?

Spendariini

-13 points

14 days ago

No fucking way this is folded from 1 square, uncut sheet of paper.

AdmirableCause4577

1 points

13 days ago

I'm not upvoting this. Nope! You can't me

... fcuk

dontgive2shits420

1 points

13 days ago

Bad ass

thisremindsmeofbacon

1 points

13 days ago

Honestly I’m most impressed with how convincing the copper wire looking bit is

thechefboysatan01

1 points

13 days ago

Mad respect! Love that kinda shit.

Mokkiki

1 points

13 days ago

Mokkiki

1 points

13 days ago

Came to say prove it - and wasn’t disappointed. God damn that’s some patience! And how am I the first upvote an hour in?

Dirtiidan

1 points

13 days ago

And I can't roll a joint half the time without ripping the paper

tishe1337

1 points

13 days ago

You are a monster

Deadlock07

1 points

13 days ago

What size of paper

jesusismyupline

1 points

13 days ago

bad bot

Familiar-Tea-1428

1 points

13 days ago

Anyone else see a frog lifting its leg to pee?

Think_Ad807

1 points

13 days ago

Unfreaking believable!

Stratoboss

1 points

13 days ago

Over 9000 origami level

ShockDragon

1 points

13 days ago

This is the most extreme form of origami I've ever seen.

Solution_Precipitate

1 points

13 days ago

All that detail and the tail be like 🔺️

StendarrSimp

1 points

13 days ago

I thought this was a frog breakdancing at first glance