Demon Flame Koboto – Darkness Dragon

18 Nov

My masterpiece!!!
I named this dragon Koboto (Demon Flame Koboto). It’s wings are made of blue hell-fire that can burn the soul.

It’s the Darkness Dragon by Tadashimori.

The wings are modified by me by adding 2 layers of cut paper (a sort of kirigami). It took me 10 hours to make it and I’m so so so proud of it! Hope you guys like it!


Posted by on November 18, 2012 in Origami Animals, Origami Misc, Origami work


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3 responses to “Demon Flame Koboto – Darkness Dragon

  1. jantis

    November 20, 2012 at 18:40

    Looks like an old frost dragon. I can see the work you put into this.
    Still, the ancient dragon is more of a badass 😛


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