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I’ve been looking for an origami crane.

The first thing I did was to look for a crane from Japan that is similar to my current one, and that’s the crane pictured above.

I was able to find it.

It is a 3D origami version of the crane from a different type of crane that is currently in circulation in Japan.

I’ve found this particular crane from the Tokyo-based firm トラック トレイブスター (タラックタラーク) on Etsy.

It is a crane that uses a simple form, the head, and legs that are similar to those of the origami-clones used in the origamization of the iconic アクシュー アポーズ.

My family and I are in love with this crane, and I think that it would be a great addition to our collection of origami!

My son is already a huge fan of トロッション トランス (origami) and is now a full-fledged fan of the クランス クリーナーナ (clones).

I love the simplicity of the design and the simplicity is the thing that appeals to me the most about origami.

The simple form is also what appeals to the most of my son, and we are very excited about this crane.

My son is also a huge origami fan, and as such, he is a huge クロッチ クレキ クッシン クーナー (clone fan).

The crane in this picture is made of wood and metal.

When it comes to the construction of this crane it is made using a simple wooden planks.

This crane has a circular form that is very simple and elegant.

In the pictures above, we can see that there is no seam allowance.

The metal pieces are laid on top of each other and are then secured to each other using screws and nuts.

At the bottom of the picture, we see that the crane has two legs, and these are the legs that make up the crane’s body.

For this crane to work, the legs must be joined in the middle, and this is done using a hinge.

Once the legs are attached, the entire crane body is attached to the legs by attaching the metal pieces together, and then attaching the wooden planck legs.

With all of this done, you can see how the crane is made.

You can also see the detail on the crane.

The crane’s legs are made of three pieces, the top, the bottom, and the middle piece.

One of the legs is connected to the bottom piece by a hinge and the other leg is connected by a second hinge.