When you take origami and you mix it with Star Wars, you get Starwarigami.
Welcome to Starwarigami, the home of the biggest range of complex Star Wars origami models on the web.
My name is Martin Hunt, I'm a Maths graduate and software engineer, currently living in London with my wife, son, and two enormous cats.
I started designing my own origami models while I was at university, with my first Star Wars model a simple X-Wing from the classic frog base, and once I found my niche, I never looked back.
I have displayed my models at a number of public exhibitions, and hope to be able to publish a book of diagrams for these designs in the not-too-distant future.
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