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Claire Bazinet Editor. Young people Easy-to-follow diagrams help you quickly learn the basic origami folds, including the kite, valley, mountain, inside and outside reverse, and pleat. So before long, a parade of hyenas, hippos, crocodiles, giraffes, gorillas, lions, zebras, gazelles, and elephants will emerge from the paper. For a little extra fun, choose papers in animal prints and muted colors to capture the feel of the creatures, or use unusual colors and patterns for whimsical effects.
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Community Reviews. Regular typing paper may be too heavy to allow for the many tight folds needed in creating more complex, traditional, origami figures, but it should be fine for the larger papercraft works, with fewer folds, given here. For beginners and those who have a problem getting their fingers to work tight folds, larger paper sizes are helpful. Slighdy larger figures are easier to make than overly small ones.
You can glue on extra layers or bits of colored paper, use marking pens or water colors, or even give your fonn a light coat of spray paint A finished origami need not look exactly like those illustrations or forms you see hereor in other origami books. You can work wonders creatively. It's up to you to bring your original origami creations to life-with all its abundant variety Duy Nguyen Glue: Use a good, easy-flowing but not loose paper glue, but use it sparingly Don't soak the paper as paints and coloring do not hold well to dried glue.
This shouldn't be a problem, however, as most gluing is done between inner layers. A flat toothpick makes a good applicator. Technique: Fold with care. Position the paper, especially at the COIners, precisely, and see that edges line up before creasing a fold. Once you are sure of the fold, use a fingernail to make a clean, flat crease.
Don't get discouraged with your first efforts. In time, what your mind can create, your fingers can fashion.
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So, once you have completed your form, look at it as the first step to a truly original creation. Have fun with it, but take your time and be careful. When working with paints, it's good to use plastic gloves. Hold figures, even upside down, so that excessive paint won't run to areas you don't want painted.
If you use a spray paint, fix the form or parts before assembly onto a cut-off carton to hold it firmly: Lighdy spray one side. Once dry; turn the form and do the other side.
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Most paper takes paint very well. Whatever materials you use, given thought and effort the results can be very satisfying-if not truly spectacular.
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Valley fold it diagonally to the opposite edge. Fold and unfold a square diagonally; making a center crease. Valley Fold. Mountain Fold 1 2 This fold backwards is a mountain fold. Here, using the kite, fold fonn away from you backwards , making a "mountain. Outside Reverse: Fold 1 U sing closed kite, valley fold, unfold. Appearance before completion. You've made an outside reverse fold. Pleat Fold 1 2 Here, using the kite, Valley fold back valley fold. Pleat Fold Reverse 2 Here, using the kite form backwards, valley fold. Valley fold back again for pleat.
J V'I "CI. Valley fold in half You've made a pleat fold. Squash Fold n 1 Using dosed kite form, valley fold. Inside Crimp Fold 1 Here using closed kite form, pleat fold. This is an insi.
Outside Crimp Fold 1 Here using closed kite form, pleat fold and unfold. This is an outside crimp fold. As when beginning other crafts, learning to fold these base folds is not the most exciting part of origami. They are, however, easy to do, and will help you with your technique. They also quickly become rote, so much so that you can do many using different-colored papers while you are watching television or your mind is elsewhere. With completed base folds handy, if you want to quickly work up a form or are suddenly inspired with an idea for an original, unique figure, you can select an appropriate base fold and SWiftly bring a new creation to life.
Pinch corners of square together and fold inward. Fold both sides in to center crease, then unfold. Valley fold. Squash fold. Completed Base Fold II. Turn over.
Valley fold in half 7 8 Inside reverse folds to 'inner Valley fold and unfold ro center a-ease. Part 1 Make cuts as shown. Valley folds. Mountain folds. Pleat fold. Outside reverse fold. Part 2 23 Mountain folds front and back. Valley and squash folds both sides.
Glue co secure. Valley [old. Cut front layer only valley fold. Valley fold both sides. Cut front layers only as shown. Inside reverse folds.
Mountain folds front and back. Cuts as shown. Squash folds to front.