Origami Millennium Falcon (Star Wars) by Shu Sugamata

Millennium Falcon origami

This Video Tutorial will shou you how to fold the Origami Millennium Falcon designed by Shu Sugamata
Video by: Tadashi Mori Difficult: Intermediate. Paper: Tissue Foil or Foil Paper.
Size: at least 25 x 25cm
Shu Sugamata, also known as Hideo Sugamata or Matayado-titi, is a leading origamista Japanese specialized in modeling spacecraft origami, cycles mainly science fiction stories of “Star Wars” and “Star Trek.” He has published his diagrams in the Magazine of the NOA (Nippon Origami Association) and the Comic Market Commission with Japanese. Sugamata designs are characterized by the great detail that gives his recreations of spacecraft, but also simpler versions done in folders accessible to less experienced.
The Millennium Falcon, originally known as YT-1300 492727ZED, was a YT-1300 light freighter with a storied history stretching back to the decades before the Clone Wars and the rise of the Galactic Empire, the Millennium Falcon has played a role in some of the Rebel Alliance’s greatest victories over the Empire. On the surface, the Falcon looks like a worn down junker. Beneath its hull, however, she packs many powerful secrets. Its owners have made “special modifications” on the freighter throughout the years, boosting its speed, shielding and performance to impressive — and downright illegal — levels. Its weaponry has been upgraded to military-class, and even the cabin space has a few surprises, such as concealed scanner-proof smuggling compartments.

Originally posted 2015-03-30 02:24:37. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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