Animals


Models of this type are also automatically listed in: figurative, living thing

Models which represent animals (including fictional non-humanoid beasts).

This page lists folding instructions for models of a single type. You might be interested in the models themselves instead.
Shiba Inu

Shiba Inu

Instructions for this model are added to 15 cm packs of Satogami paper. I’ve been using the paper for a few years now but onl...

Hedgehog

Hedgehog

In print Folding diagrams for this model were published in: OrigamiUSA Model Collection 2020, page 100 Der Falter 74, pa...

Ladybug 1.1

Ladybug 1.1

There is a videotutorial by Sara Adams for this model as well as a timelapse of the folding without additional instructions.

Dollar Bill Hare

Dollar Bill Hare

There is a phototutorial for the model, published by the author. A number of videotutorials are also available, for example t...

Simple Elephant

Simple Elephant

In Origami Pass app Instructions for this model are available via Origami Pass.

Crane

Crane

Diagrams for the Traditional Crane are available in many places online, for example on Wikimedia Commons and on origami.me. I...

Crane with Colored Wings

Crane with Colored Wings

The model is quite easy to fold: Fold the square’s diagonals, then fold all corners to the center (blintz the square). Y...

Cat

Cat

Diagrams for this model were published in BOS Magazine #234 (published by the British Origami Society), page 34.

Penguin

Penguin

Instructions were published in 9th Bulletin of Polish Origami Society (page 38) and in Origami Tanteidan Convention book Vol....

Dachshund

Dachshund

Instructions for this dog model are available in the form of a video tutorial made by Leyla Torres.

Business Card Puppy

Business Card Puppy

Instructions for this model were published in OrigamiUSA Annual Collection 2002.

Ichthys (CLU)

Ichthys (CLU)

Below you can find a CP with folding tips. The CP is quite simple, so even if you have little experience, you should be able ...

Mammoth

Mammoth

Instructions for the model were published in Artur Biernacki’s book, Polish your Origami.