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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Star Wars Origami

Yoda's green light saber activated

star space in action

Palpatine using lightning strike to attact

Yoda and squad facing robots

Attack we must, say Yoda

Luke Skywalker and Yoda in battle

robotic in action

Alien in star wars

Space ship star wars

space battle



58 comments:

rachel neil said...

it's amazing how someone can do such great piece of art by shaping paper!
Very unique and interesting to watch.
Rachel
http://kidscrafts.blogspot.com

Friendlyhands said...

WOW! "Out of this world"
Annette
http://friendlyhands.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Some of the images on this page are just fantastic. I loved it. Thank you.

dianna said...

nice pic..
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RattleSnake said...

there is something about the real like some cool starwars art brought to cyberspace that can make a truely unique and interesting blog entry well done!

Katherine said...

Wow! You're imasing!!!!!!!!

Everymatter said...

shaping objects from paper is wonderful

just amazing

i like it very mcuh

yoxx said...

very nice origamis...

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*Mar*velous* said...

Love what you do

*sapphire* said...

very cool

Holy Cuteness said...

You have a great blog! Love the design and all...

farustar said...

wow! this is amazin stuff!

Deona said...

Wow!Very nice pictures!
A girl who loves to take photos!

Caz said...

GREAT BLOG. Love the Yoda!! :)

Super Shraddha said...

Really cool
The art work is amazing
Never thot origami can reach to this extent
This was a pleasure for eyes.

The Prophesaur said...

Word up!!! This is awesome! I wants it! alls of it.

Prasanna Kumar said...

This is one of the best japanese art which I love the most across the world excluding INDIA.

Anything about the ORIGAMI or comment about the ORIGAMI is not sufficient to salute the art.

chimerastone said...

You can do make similar model origami but it looks impressive. There's an interest on papercrafting, you print and cut out the parts and stick them together with glue.
Very funny pictures, I didn't know some people can sleep rigid.

Kaps said...

Cool!!!!!!

Genie said...

This blog is too fun! I love it! I hate forwarded stuff by email but I couldn't resist forwarding some of these pix (with credits to your blog). Awesome!

CancerX79 said...

That is really awesome! Very creative.

Ovidiu Suteu said...

Amazing photos.

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The Age of Cabello said...

your blog is great.

R2K said...

Nice!

Paper Propaganda said...

amazing, i love the paper work!

San Francisco Photos said...

These are pretty CREEPY looking things, I have to say. Sorry.

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chubbylemons said...

this shit is amazing

FunkyFresh88 said...

Wow! that's some serious origami!

Click here to see pictures said...

Are you part of the revolution?

Levi Muller said...

Simply Incredible

Nina said...

inSANE!!!

i'd love it if you'd check my blog out too:
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Blogy™ said...

Wow great blog!!!
do u do post often?

PrincessSteph said...

these are amazing. I am blown away.

Anonymous said...

Has the official story of 9/11 seemed a bit suspect to you? The film below shows you exactly why it should. Don't be overwhelmed by the number of facts thrown at you. There are only a handful of facts here to focus on as proof that the attacks were enhanced by a rogue governmental network.

First there's former New York mayor Ruddy Guiliani admitting on ABC News that he was told to leave the World Trade Center to avoid the impending collapse, despite there being no such indication from the buildings' structure. This shows prior knowledge of the collapse on the part of insiders above Guiliani in the chain of command during crisis response. This also shows that there had to be another cause of the collapse that would cause these insiders to be certain of the collapse.

Second, there's the preponderance of eyewitness accounts of explosions going off throughout the towers prior to the collapse. The fact that explosions were heard in areas that were nowhere near the destruction--like the basement, lobby, and lower floors--points to the use of explosives. And explosives would certainly provide those insiders above Guiliani the certainty of a collapse.

Third, there's the collapse of all three buildings occurring too fast for a collapse not induced by demolition devices. Both towers fell between 10 to 13 seconds, and Building 7 fell between 6 to 7 seconds. Free-fall speed for the towers is 9.2 seconds, and for building 7 it is 5.9 seconds. For these three buildings to have fallen at virtually free-fall speed as they did, virtually all key points of structural resistance had to have been removed from the equation. If left intact, they would have provided resistance against the collapse that ,in turn, would have caused the collapse to fall much slower than a free fall. The only thing that could remove those key points of structural resistance would be demolition devices.

Lastly, there's the discovery of the hijackers' identification in the aftermath of the attacks. The fact that an ID turned up so quickly out of the enormous amount of rubble from the towers and was found by itself--not near a hijacker's body nor his belongings--shows that the ID was planted. This corroborates the evidence of insiders working within a rogue governmental network. The plant was obviously intended to keep the focus on the hijackers’ culpability, and not anyone else’s.

Using these core facts you can persuade others that this is conspiracy fact, not theory; and that this knowledge is based on logic, not paranoia. So please push for the truth to be publicly recognized for the sake of our nation’s security and sanity.

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Jeb said...

Simple and cool what you've got going here. It saddens me that your comment section has been spammed. Bastards. Keep uploading the cool photos dude.

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Thekla said...

Very funny photos..

Sally said...

JUST ONE WORD "AMAZING"

Internet User said...

Wow that's so amazing! I'm going to have to share that around with all the star Wars fans I know

Nichole said...

Like everyone said...amazing! My neice got a kick out of these!

Mishra said...

Amazing work....

If possible, please let me know how did you remove the blogger toolbar form the template.

henmen said...

interesting images...open the mind to possibilities of how ordinary things can turn in to so much more

angeljoy said...

Congratulation on being a blog of note. I scrolled through and found so many fascinating pictures. Amazing. Thanks for sharing. I'll be back.

Spud said...

That is incredible. Its amazing what you can make just from paper.

kenni said...

that's some nice "paperwork"

William Wren said...

im so happy these people exist in our world

Davis-Crane said...

Thats so cool what people can do with paper. I wish I had that sort of skillful talent. I onder if they have a job for that, or if it's just the person's hobby. Either way, it's really cool!
Kudos for finding all of it~

Hilda said...

Wow!

magic-pig said...

These are amazing

Jamie woodland said...

dont some people have lifes??

appleholic said...

cool origamis!!

Ambur said...

Awesome.
:)

Surement très atteint ! said...

very great!!!!!
i love star wars tooo!

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Pippin said...

Cool, I wish I could do that!

çiçekçi said...

For sharing thank you very much good very beautiful work

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