When creating Origami you would never think that wetting the paper would add any difference to the final piece. But Vietnamese artist Hoàng Tiến Quyết has done just that when creating his Origami, by wetting the paper he can add more curves while folding the wet paper.

The trick to making this origami is to not add too much water to the paper the paper will rip, if you add too little water the paper dries up before the folding is complete.

Born in 1988 Hoàng Tiến Quyết, his began creating origami in the 1990’s. He created his own style of origami in 2008 and has co-authored two books on the subject in 2011 and 2013.

He has been invited as a guest to various international origami conventions, including conventions in Italy, Germany, France, and Japan.

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