Was browsing some diagrams and tried a few new ones to incorporate into my repetoire! These are first folds so the models are pretty 'meh', but with practice and maybe a change in a fold or two they'll work. I'll also add detail with eyes or other such things.
Clockwise left to right: a cute inflatable model of a winged box, a yacht, a tom turkey and a snail.
are, clockwise: a Christmas tree, a cicada, an angelfish, a seahorse, a
swan, two different owls, a pheasant and a Scottie dog. The Scottie
dog is cool because with only one change to a fold it becomes a regular
dog. The pheasant needs another leg and the angelfish a complete tail
and a change to offset the lower fin--I think it'll look more realistic
that way. Also the turkey and the swan really need the heads to be sink
folded instaead of a pair of pureland folds to look their best.
think my favorites are the winged box, the cicada, the purple owl and
the snail. The purple owl is interesting because it uses 1/2 a sheet of
square paper--not too many folds call for a rectangular piece of paper!
I also found some dollar bill folds I want to learn: the ever-popular
ring and an inflatable snail that is TOO cute!