A popular kind of paper with the origami mastahs who make their own is a three or more layer laminate paper made with two thin layers of rice paper, often patterned, with a middle layer of metal foil. The advantage to this paper is that it retains creases very easily, unlike raw rice paper which requires more force (which is difficult especially for fine details or awkward corners), but it isn't as prone to tearing or inadvertent creasing (foil shows any crease made, while rice paper hides, to a degree, small adjustments or intermediary steps) as raw foil paper.