Insects have a chitinous exoskeleton, a three-part body (head, thorax and abdomen), three pairs of jointed legs, compound eyes and one pair of antennae. Insects are the most diverse group of animals; they include more than a million described species and represent more than half of all known living organisms. Let's take a look at Origami works about insects.
1. Waspclick to watch image source
Designed by Kaede Nakamura - Folded by J.W Park Wasp a very common insect in Origami.
2. Praying Mantisclick to watch image source
Designed - Folded by Satoshi Kamiya Paper: 35 cm square of MC 24 gsm Toyo gampi. Book: Diagram from Tanteidan Convention Vol. 20.
3. Emperor Scorpionclick to watch image source
Designed - Folded by J.W Park One of the symbols of the insect in origami.
4. Walking Stickclick to watch image source
Designed - Folded by miyamiya Paper: 64 grids box pleats, 40cm square. Design is simple but difficult to shape.
5. Luna Mothclick to watch image source
Design by Michael G. Lafosse - Folded by Joe Adia One of the popular ways to fold butterflies in Origami.
6. Grasshopperclick to watch image source
Designed by BC - Folded by EEEvan.
7. Antclick to watch image source
Designed by Bodo Haag - Folded by Kajmana This is the most abundant insect in the world. Paper: Origamido and karape.