Learn how to make origami butterflies

origami butterfly - origami swallowtail - several versions - here color change of upper wings - creator: evi binzinger - paper: harmony / white - diagrams: no - folded symmetrically without tail, it can also become a clover -

Naomi Kasumi - Used tea-bags, bee's wax, xerox images, Japanese calligraphy, cotton, butterfly wing, plant material

Naomi Kasumi - Used tea-bags, bee's wax, xerox images, Japanese calligraphy…

Butterfly and Blossoming Peony Flower Kakejiku. Japanese hanging scroll painting.

Antique Japanese Fine Art Wall Hanging Scroll Painting Butterfly and Blossoming Flower Kakejiku

Various moths and butterflies  Kubo Shunman  (Japanese, 1757–1820)  Date: 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print (surimono); ink and color on paper

Various moths and butterflies Kubo Shunman (Japanese, Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print (surimono);

Peonies and Butterflies | Tattoo Ideas & Inspiration - Japanese Art | Ito Jakuchu - Peonies and Butterflies, from "Colorful Realm of Living Beings" (detail) | #Japanese #Art #Peony #Butterfly

Ito Jakuchu - Peonies and Butterflies, from "Colorful Realm of Living Beings" Japanese Art

Red Berry Plant and Butterfly  Shibata Zeshin  (Japanese, 1807–1891)  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Culture: Japan Medium: Album leaf; lacquer on paper

Red Berry Plant and Butterfly, Zeshin SHIBATA (Japanese, Edo period, Album leaf; lacquer on paper, x cm ©The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Various Moths and Butterflies  Kubo Shunman  (Japanese, 1757–1820)  Date: 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Part of an album of woodblock prints (surimono); ink and color on paper

Various Moths and Butterflies Kubo Shunman (Japanese), century. Part of an album of woodblock prints (surimono); Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Japanese Swallowtail Butterfly  -  Butterflies and moths are closely related. Butterflies have knobbed antenna and moths don't. Moths have plumper, fuzzier bodies too. Typically, when not basking, butterflies rest with their wings held upright while moths will hold their wings spread out. It is also more common to see moths active at night and butterflies during the day although there are exceptions to this rule.

Japanese Swallowtail Butterfly - Butterflies and moths are closely related. Butterflies have knobbed antenna and moths don't.

Various Moths and Butterflies  Kubo Shunman  (Japanese, 1757–1820)  Date: 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Part of an album of woodblock prints (surimono); ink and color on paper

Various Moths and Butterflies Kubo Shunman (Japanese, Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Part of an album of woodblock prints (surimono);

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