FRANCIS OW'S ORIGAMI PAGE


 

Hello,

I am Francis Ow Mun Yin,  from Singapore.

You are visitor no. to my homepage since 1st March 2000.

If you wish to email me, I am at owrigami@singnet.com.sg.
 

Hobby:

Peace and Harmony

through

Origami

Books:

 

My book on origami hearts has been well received by the origami community.

The models in this book ranges from simple to intermediate and novices should have no problem trying the simpler ones and moving on to the more complicated ones after gaining experience.

If you like the book or read reviews on the book, you can get it at

or

and many other online stores.

 

Member of:

  • British Origami Society [BOS]
  • Nippon Origami Association [NOA]
  • Origami Societiet Nederland [OSN]
  • St. Petersburg Origami Centre [Russia]
  • Magyar Origami [Hungary]

Activity Instructor [Origami] of the People's Association

About myself:

Started folding at a very early age- before even going to school. Was taught a few folds by my auntie. Started creating only in 1980 and have since been folding and creating. Fold all kinds of subjects but prefers modular and geometrical models.



Latest creations on display in a exhibition on 19th February 2000.


The origami homepages of my Singapore's pals:
 

HS Lim's Origami Page

Welcome to Ronald's Origami Page

Simply Origami (Teik Seong's Page)

Albert Sng's Origami Page

 


The origami homepages of some of my international origami pals:
 

Dave's Home Page

Nick Robinson's Origami Page

Joseph Wu's Origami Page

Doug Philip's Origami Page

British Origami Society

 


Special Origami Projects I recommend to my friends and visitors:
 

The Peace Origami Tree Project


My Picture Gallery

Like all picture galleries, it is loaded with pictures, hence loading could be quite slow.

To proceed there, click => Francis Ow's Origami Picture Gallery.


Folding my Creations

I am most well-known for my hearts creations, so to fold them, proceed to Folding Hearts.

I have also created a number of modular models, so to fold them, proceed to Folding Modular Models.

Last but not least to fold geometical models, proceed to Folding Geometrical Models.
 
 

Remember my motto:

Peace and Harmony through Origami