As real as these insects might look, they are actually made from a single sheet of paper, expertly folded by origami master, Brian Chan.
_Brian Chan says the idea behind origami is pretty simple: you are allocating parts of your sheet of paper, which eventually become parts of the desired folded model. But there are several techniques one has to make use of to achieve that perfect piece of paper art. For example, Brian says he often employs a method called circle packing, which can be described as “appendages in the model formed when circular regions of paper fold umbrella-like into thin flaps.” There are also a lot of other techniques mastered in years of folding, which he uses to make his origami masterpieces uniquely his own.
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