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...belinda backwards...
Artist | Hobbyist | Varied
United States
Current Residence: Yakima, WA
Favourite genre of music: classical, jazz, rock, latin
Favourite style of art: Impressionistic
Hobbies (other than art): piano, biking, backpacking, archery, gardening, cooking

Personal Quote: You were created with your unique gifts for the sole purpose of nudging the human race one millimeter further along its path back to God. ~ S. Pressfield, "The War of Art"


Pine Tree Origami by adnileb
Pine Tree Origami
Getting into the mood for late autumn turning to winter, I found this amazing origami diagram for pinecones. It looks fairly accurate although it can take up to 30 minutes to finish. I also made some pine needles to accompany it.

Link for pine cone origami diagram:…
There are some youtube videos as well since some of the steps are a bit confusing.

Also if there is any questions to how to make the pine needles, let me know...I made them up.
Thanks for stopping by!
Pineapple - modular origami by adnileb
Pineapple - modular origami
Please see… if you are not familiar with making modular origami. The website does a good job of explaining how to make the base of this model (the website is how to make a swan, but the beginning is the same for making a pineapple). For mine, each layer requires 20 pieces of paper. There are approximately 20 layers so, doing the math, 400 pieces of paper total. Just remember to start curving the layers in on the top to give it that rounded look. It's a bit difficult to keep all the paper in place. Sometimes a bit of glue does help hold everything. Good luck!

To learn how to make the pineapple leaves, check my tutorial here. Feel free to leave a message if you have any questions.

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earthgoddess11 Featured By Owner May 27, 2013
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adnileb Featured By Owner May 27, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
np...thx for the fave!
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Thanks for the llama! :)
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