OrigamiPosted on the 21 May 2011 by Bgdn_adrian
Description: This is a traditionally Japanese activity which involves valuing paper by folding and cutting it to obtain various ornamental patterns. The things and forms that can be achieved through such a process depend only on your imagination and skills of the artist.The businessaimis to makeorigamiandmarketing it.
Here is an example of the process:
Resources needed: - documentation in making origami
- the purchase of paper for these items
- imagination, patience
Pros: - there is no need for expensive materials
- some of the most complex models are sold at high prices
Cons: - high complexity of a model is a very time-consuming labor.
-it is a complex work that requires patience and passion from the artist Conclusion: If the needed skills are practiced and developed, this can become a very profitable activity.
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