This origami post is all about the ancient dragons of Asia.
Origami, which originated in Japan in the early-half of the 16th century, is now one of the most popular forms of creative expression. An art form that is interesting for everyone from a six year old to a sixty-six year old, if you can fold paper than you can make origami. And with a little time and patience, these are the examples of what something as simple as paper can do in the hands of a
master. Patterns requiring more than 100 steps are common. Even with digital assistance, figuring out the sequence of folds that will create a beetle and all its ornaments is a mathematical problem of staggering complexity.