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    Good God, A few look as if they are carved from stone or clay.. crazy shit! Impressive to say the least. The coy fish utilizing the bills designs for eyes and swirling water-like patterns is very clever. I can't get over how intricate some of them are..

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    you should install stumbleupon, you can find awesome sites and blogs that you wouldnt normally look for. I found the origami link using the plug-in.

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    http://www.origami-resource-center.c...larkoifish.pdf


    There's the instructions on how to fold the koi. I'd try it, but we don't have dollars here. If anyone tries, please post here!

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    Amazing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Slash View Post
    http://www.origami-resource-center.c...larkoifish.pdf
    There's the instructions on how to fold the koi. I'd try it, but we don't have dollars here. If anyone tries, please post here!
    Cut paper into dollar bill size?

    Haha! Get a load of this! Mad props to this guy.
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    Raaaarghhh.......Hydralissssssk....

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    SHit i remember i try to be like them...but it didn't go too well i made crap after crap mostly the same crap over and over again >


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    Quote Originally Posted by HunterKiller_ View Post
    Amazing.



    Cut paper into dollar bill size?

    Haha! Get a load of this! Mad props to this guy.
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    Hell yeah. Anyone has the link to that guy who made a full starcraft set?

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