You might have noticed that I have a very strong preference for non-representational origami. Non-representational origami does not seek to represent any particular object, and only seeks to be itself. (Arguably many of my models represent mathematical concepts, but I’m declaring that this doesn’t count.)
But I do dabble. I was part of the origami group at my university, and they would usually fold things like this. These models represent dragons. Yes, for some reason I folded two of them. You can learn how to make these from Jo Nakashima’s website.
I am not particularly skilled at making these, I mean, considering how much origami I do. The models shown are messy, and I often have trouble interpreting the diagrams. But I do like these dragons.