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Yoshizawa–Randlett system

The Yoshizawa–Randlett system is a diagramming system used to describe the folds of origami models. Many origami books begin with a description of basic origami techniques which are used to construct the models. There are also a number of standard bases which are commonly used as a first step in construction. Models are typically classified as requiring low, intermediate or high skill depending on the complexity of the techniques involved in the construction.

Basic Fold

Valley fold

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How Long it take to design a new paper airplane?

Time to invest in creating a paper airplane

Typically, my paper airplanes can be folded in five to twelve minutes, but it takes make a week to design. I remember the first one I invented was the triangle, which took me one week to co
me up with an idea and 2 more week to develop. Though it was not really cool, but it was my first design. The second one is the Spirit Dragon, and it took me even longer, 4 weeks to complete the design.

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