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Andrea's Rose - J.C. Nolan 9/25/91

A

B

Andrea's Rose - J.C. Nolan 9/25/91 A B D C 5. To complete the base, do
Andrea's Rose - J.C. Nolan 9/25/91 A B D C 5. To complete the base, do

D

C

5. To complete the base, do the same with C & D.

Andrea's Rose - J.C. Nolan 9/25/91 A B D C 5. To complete the base, do
A B A B
A
B
A B

9. Fold the spread-squash back up on the existing creases, pulling one layer from each side inward and upward.

10. Now, repeat steps 8-9 on the next corner. Note the placement of fingers. Be careful when folding the sink back up, it is as easy to grab two layers as one.

11. Repeat the sink on the last two corners.
11. Repeat the sink on
the last two corners.
layers as one. 11. Repeat the sink on the last two corners. 12. The second level
layers as one. 11. Repeat the sink on the last two corners. 12. The second level

12. The second level of sinks is complete. The model should be symmetric in four directions, if it is not, then a mistake was made in folding up the sinks. Continue sinking on the next level.

13. Note that the squashed square is always in the center of the model.Fold up as before.

is always in the center of the model.Fold up as before. 15. Keep adding levels until

15. Keep adding levels until your paper shreads irrecoverably, your eyes explode, or you feel satiated by the process. As a challenge, I recommend eight levels on an 10" piece of paper.

I recommend eight levels on an 10" piece of paper. 16. To complete the model, valley

16. To complete the model, valley fold the last set of flaps towards the center, and pull the flaps out from behind.

towards the center, and pull the flaps out from behind. 14. Complete the level by sinking

14. Complete the level by sinking the other 3 corners.

14. Complete the level by sinking the other 3 corners. 17. Completed model. DiDiaaggrraammmmeedd byby J.J.CC

17. Completed model.

DiDiaaggrraammmmeedd byby J.J.CC NoNollaann -- OcOctt ''9922

Q

14

Q

1986 Sep

diagrams 6 and 7 for the result.

Xmas. When folded from

Maarten van Gelder

QQ

Q

6

up.

3

down.

for dress.

Q stay

Fold point backwards.

See model

Fold point

face and

Points

nice mobile

out. turn

10

and a a white

After that

inside

wings create

2

5

you may

coloured

angel has paper

This coloured

Angel

soft

4

L F Q F L R 12 Raise The in mountain fold through flap R
L
F
Q
F
L
R
12
Raise
The in mountain
fold
through flap
R is F. only
one layer.
KK LL QQ RR FF 11 Fold points R to K. Points Q flatten automatically.
KK
LL
QQ
RR
FF
11
Fold
points
R to K. Points
Q
flatten
automatically.
11 Fold points R to K. Points Q flatten automatically. L F F R Q L
L F F R Q L 13 Repeat on left side. Turn model over.
L
F
F
R
Q
L
13
Repeat
on left
side.
Turn
model
over.
F R Q L 13 Repeat on left side. Turn model over. 1 Start with base
F R Q L 13 Repeat on left side. Turn model over. 1 Start with base
F R Q L 13 Repeat on left side. Turn model over. 1 Start with base
F R Q L 13 Repeat on left side. Turn model over. 1 Start with base
1 Start with base (color waterbomb- inside).
1
Start with
base
(color waterbomb-
inside).
Q Q Q 7 Fold white (head) 8 Points Q will point raise. Don’t up.
Q
Q
Q
7
Fold white
(head)
8
Points
Q will point
raise.
Don’t up.
17 Fold like the preli- fold. minary
17
Fold like
the preli- fold.
minary
16 Detail: head
16
Detail:
head
15 Fold of the upper wings edges between the layers. Fold point down.
15
Fold
of
the upper
wings edges
between
the layers.
Fold
point down.

13!

push flat; they in will flatten 11 automatically diagram QQ 9 Fold overlap. two flaps
push flat; they in will
flatten 11
automatically
diagram
QQ
9
Fold overlap.
two flaps See
so diagram
that they 14
will
for the model
position
of the wings.
Turn
over.

26

16

diagram 23.

flat to valley

23

turn from

3D. Push

on the back

will become

Front: Turn head flap over to the front.

Top folds

25

22

they are,

and vice as versa.

19

the head remain

of mountain

to

24

18

27 Curve wings to get a the nice result.
27
Curve
wings
to
get a the
nice
result.
to 24 18 27 Curve wings to get a the nice result. 20 Unfold the head
20 Unfold the head back to diagram 16. Keep front up.
20
Unfold the head back
to diagram
16. Keep
front
up.
20 Unfold the head back to diagram 16. Keep front up. Front     Back  
20 Unfold the head back to diagram 16. Keep front up. Front     Back  
20 Unfold the head back to diagram 16. Keep front up. Front     Back  
Front
Front
 
   
 

Back

 
    Back      
    Back      
 
   
 
21 Push sides of head in. Folds in the front
21
Push
sides
of head
in. Folds
in the
front
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head
16. Keep front up. Front     Back       21 Push sides of head

Angel created & diagrammed by Alec Fehl

Angel created & diagrammed by Alec Fehl 1] Colored preliminary fold. 2] Squash fold. Repeat on

1] Colored preliminary fold.

& diagrammed by Alec Fehl 1] Colored preliminary fold. 2] Squash fold. Repeat on back and
& diagrammed by Alec Fehl 1] Colored preliminary fold. 2] Squash fold. Repeat on back and
2] Squash fold. Repeat on back and sides. 3] Inside petal fold. (Petal fold, then
2] Squash fold. Repeat on
back and sides.
3] Inside petal fold. (Petal fold,
then tuck the triangle underneath.)
Repeat on sides. DO NOT
repeat behind.
5] Turn over.

4] Reverse fold point up. Repeat on right.

6] Tuck bottom flap inside. Crimp head.

up. Repeat on right. 6] Tuck bottom flap inside. Crimp head. 7] Tiny reverse fold at

7] Tiny reverse fold at base of head. Repeat on right and behind. Turn over.

fold at base of head. Repeat on right and behind. Turn over. 9] Valley fold wing

9] Valley fold wing over.

on right and behind. Turn over. 9] Valley fold wing over. The completed angel 8 ]
on right and behind. Turn over. 9] Valley fold wing over. The completed angel 8 ]

The completed angel

Turn over. 9] Valley fold wing over. The completed angel 8 ] R e v e

8] Reverse fold bottom corners. Squash fold the wing.

t o m c o r n e r s . Squash fold the wing. into
t o m c o r n e r s . Squash fold the wing. into

into pocket

.)
.)
o r n e r s . Squash fold the wing. into pocket .) 11] Repeat

11] Repeat 8-10 on other wing. 3-D head by pulling out 4 trapped ridges. Turn over.

10] Valley fold side of wing to the left. Fold

other side to the right. They will overlap. Tuck one flap into the pocket to lock the wing.

(Tuck flap

JacAlArt ©1996

Angel

Bebé Parasaurolopus

Fernando Gilgado Gómez

1

a

a
a
a

7

4

Bebé Parasaurolopus Fernando Gilgado Gómez 1 a 7 4 2 3 5 6 8 9
Bebé Parasaurolopus Fernando Gilgado Gómez 1 a 7 4 2 3 5 6 8 9
Bebé Parasaurolopus Fernando Gilgado Gómez 1 a 7 4 2 3 5 6 8 9
Bebé Parasaurolopus Fernando Gilgado Gómez 1 a 7 4 2 3 5 6 8 9
Bebé Parasaurolopus Fernando Gilgado Gómez 1 a 7 4 2 3 5 6 8 9
Bebé Parasaurolopus Fernando Gilgado Gómez 1 a 7 4 2 3 5 6 8 9
Bebé Parasaurolopus Fernando Gilgado Gómez 1 a 7 4 2 3 5 6 8 9
Bebé Parasaurolopus Fernando Gilgado Gómez 1 a 7 4 2 3 5 6 8 9
Bebé Parasaurolopus Fernando Gilgado Gómez 1 a 7 4 2 3 5 6 8 9
Bebé Parasaurolopus Fernando Gilgado Gómez 1 a 7 4 2 3 5 6 8 9

2

3

5 6 8 9
5
6
8
9

12

14

10

12 14 10 13 15 11

13

15

11

16

18

17
17

Sacar la

punta que está dentro

19

16 18 17 Sacar la punta que está dentro 19

$ “One-Way” Arrow

Copyright 1998-99 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved A dollar bill makes a model 100mm long and 32mm wide. Rectangles of other dimensions may also used, provided they are “considerably” longer than they are wide.

they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease
they are “considerably” longer than they are wide. 1. Start with the “ONE” side up. Crease

1. Start with the “ONE” side

up. Crease at eights, but not sharply on the middle crease. Turn over and rotate 1/4 either way (depending on which way you want the arrow to point).

1/4
1/4
(depending on which way you want the arrow to point). 1/4 2. Starting the “point” of

2. Starting the “point” of the

arrow. Valley-fold.

1/4 2. Starting the “point” of the arrow. Valley-fold. 3. Fold and unfold through all layers.

3. Fold and unfold through

all layers. Repeat on right.

3. Fold and unfold through all layers. Repeat on right. 4. Pleat. Make the valley-fold first.

4. Pleat. Make the valley-fold first. Then bring the mountain- fold to the indicated intersections.

bring the mountain- fold to the indicated intersections. 8. Reverse-fold other corner on existing creases, tucking

8. Reverse-fold other

corner on existing creases, tucking into triangle on left. The tiny valley-fold at the right edge helps make the tuck easier.

valley-fold at the right edge helps make the tuck easier. 5. Reverse-fold corners at 45 degrees.

5. Reverse-fold corners at 45 degrees. Easiest to bring long edges to center, squashing the corners, then close up.

long edges to center, squashing the corners, then close up. 1/2 9. “Point” finished. Rotate to
1/2
1/2

9. “Point” finished.

Rotate to other end and turn over.

9. “Point” finished. Rotate to other end and turn over. 6. Reverse-fold the long edges, closed-

6. Reverse-fold the

long edges, closed- sinking at the top corners. Start at the open end and work up.

at the top corners. Start at the open end and work up. 10. Begin working on

10. Begin working

on the “flights”. Reverse-fold top layers.

Begin working on the “flights”. Reverse-fold top layers. 7. Valley-fold all layers on existing crease. 11.

7. Valley-fold all layers on existing crease.

working on the “flights”. Reverse-fold top layers. 7. Valley-fold all layers on existing crease. 11. Sink

11. Sink inside.

$ “One-Way” Arrow (continued)

Copyright 1998-99 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved

Copyright 1998-99 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved 12. Swing out the raw edges from behind. Model
Copyright 1998-99 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved 12. Swing out the raw edges from behind. Model

12. Swing out the raw

edges from behind. Model is not flat at the “point” end.

13. Reverse-fold. Repeat on left.

at the “point” end. 13. Reverse-fold. Repeat on left. 1 4 . S w i n

14. Swing down.

Repeat on left. 1 4 . S w i n g d o w n .

15. Wrap a single ply around the central trapezoid. Easier if you open the model up considerably.

trapezoid. Easier if you open the model up considerably. 16. Pleat. First mountain-fold along bottom of

16. Pleat. First mountain-fold along bottom of trapezoid. Then valley-fold to line up with indicated edge. Unfold pleat and turn over.

to line up with indicated edge. Unfold pleat and turn over. 19. Continue flipping over the

19. Continue flipping over

the “flights”, squashing a new trapezoid beneath the one you wrapped earlier.

a new trapezoid beneath the one you wrapped earlier. 17. Swing side strips in to middle.

17. Swing side strips in to

middle. Model not flat at top; concave “ear” shapes form.

Model not flat at top; concave “ear” shapes form. 20. Like so. Model is now flat.

20. Like so. Model is now flat. Turn over.

shapes form. 20. Like so. Model is now flat. Turn over. 18. Valley-fold top layer, between

18. Valley-fold top layer,

between pleat lines, which lifts the “flights” perpendicular.

pleat lines, which lifts the “flights” perpendicular. 21. Tuck the new upper trapezoid inside the one

21. Tuck the new upper

trapezoid inside the one behind it, which was wrapped earlier.

$ “One-Way” Arrow (continued)

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Copyright 1998-99 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved 22. Flip the tail assembly down. 23. Pleat and

22. Flip the tail assembly down.

Hecht. All Rights Reserved 22. Flip the tail assembly down. 23. Pleat and tuck under diagonal

23. Pleat and tuck under diagonal edges. Gently bend the model along the vertical with a mountain-fold to facilitate the tuck. Then flatten out to secure.

the model along the vertical with a mountain-fold to facilitate the tuck. Then flatten out to
the model along the vertical with a mountain-fold to facilitate the tuck. Then flatten out to

ONE

24. Finished.

$ Heart-and-Arrow

Copyright 1999 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved A dollar bill makes a model 30 mm x 45mm. For your first attempt, begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill.

begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Either side up. Crease at
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Either side up. Crease at
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Either side up. Crease at
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Either side up. Crease at
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Either side up. Crease at
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Either side up. Crease at
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Either side up. Crease at
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Either side up. Crease at
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Either side up. Crease at
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Either side up. Crease at
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Either side up. Crease at
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Either side up. Crease at
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Either side up. Crease at
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Either side up. Crease at
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Either side up. Crease at
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Either side up. Crease at

1. Either side up. Crease at eights horizontally, halfway vertically. Flex all creases both ways.

halfway vertically. Flex all creases both ways. 4. Horizontal creases not shown. Bisect the rectangles. 7.

4. Horizontal creases not

shown. Bisect the

rectangles.

4. Horizontal creases not shown. Bisect the rectangles. 7. All creases shown. Mountain the top and

7. All creases shown.

Mountain the top and bottom eighths behind.

creases shown. Mountain the top and bottom eighths behind. 2. Make this crease sharp only where

2. Make this crease sharp

only where it crosses the center horizontal line.

sharp only where it crosses the center horizontal line. 5. Bisect the outer rectangles. B A
sharp only where it crosses the center horizontal line. 5. Bisect the outer rectangles. B A
sharp only where it crosses the center horizontal line. 5. Bisect the outer rectangles. B A
sharp only where it crosses the center horizontal line. 5. Bisect the outer rectangles. B A

5. Bisect the outer rectangles.

B A
B
A

3. Use the mark to make

crease “A”. Then use “A” and the center vertical line to make crease “B”, at the same distance. Flex both.

to make crease “B”, at the same distance. Flex both. 6. On each side, use the

6. On each side, use the outer

2 creases to add another.

center line
center
line
side, use the outer 2 creases to add another. center line 8. Swing behind on the

8. Swing behind on the indicated crease. Turn over.

9. Flip down the top eighth,

squashing the corner at the right.

$ Heart-and-Arrow (cont.)

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(cont.) Copyright 1999 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved 10. Pull out paper from under the squash,

10. Pull out paper from under

the squash, flipping down the long edge.

paper from under the squash, flipping down the long edge. 13. Swing back. Both sides of

13. Swing back. Both sides

of model will then look similar. ##-##
of model will then look
similar.
##-##

16. Undo last step. Turn

over and repeat 14-16.

##-## 16. Undo last step. Turn over and repeat 14-16. 11. Swing over the long flap,

11. Swing over the long

flap, while pulling up the triangle shown.

over the long flap, while pulling up the triangle shown. 14. Crease. 17. Crease top flap.

14. Crease.

long flap, while pulling up the triangle shown. 14. Crease. 17. Crease top flap. Repeat behind.

17. Crease top flap. Repeat behind.

shown. 14. Crease. 17. Crease top flap. Repeat behind. 12. Swing flap back on existing crease,

12. Swing flap back on

existing crease, while flipping down the top eighth and squashing a tiny diagonal.

flipping down the top eighth and squashing a tiny diagonal. 15. Pleat and sink on existing

15. Pleat and sink on

existing creases.

and squashing a tiny diagonal. 15. Pleat and sink on existing creases. 18 . Reverse-fold on

18 . Reverse-fold on existing crease. Turn over.

$ Heart-and-Arrow (cont.)

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(cont.) Copyright 1999 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved 19. Reverse-fold on the crease; rear-half is double

19. Reverse-fold on the

crease; rear-half is double thickness.

Reverse-fold on the crease; rear-half is double thickness. 22. Fold the new flap to the right.

22. Fold the new flap to

the right.

is double thickness. 22. Fold the new flap to the right. 20. Swing flap to left

20. Swing flap to left on

existing crease, squashing only the tiny diagonal

indicated. The X-ray line is

a hidden valley fold.

diagonal indicated. The X-ray line is a hidden valley fold. 23. Reverse-fold at the top, closed-sink

23. Reverse-fold at the top,

closed-sink at the bottom.

C
C

21. Segment “C” is the new

crease. Swing back down on existing crease, squashing the diagonal shown. The X-ray line is a hidden valley fold.

the diagonal shown. The X-ray line is a hidden valley fold. 24. Pull gently open at

24. Pull gently open at the

top, and reform the sink from step 15 .

20-24 27. Swing flap to the left,
20-24
27. Swing flap to the left,

25. Repeat 20-24 behind.

26. Reverse-fold. At the left end, only the embedded layer
26. Reverse-fold. At the left
end, only the embedded layer

squashing the corner behind it.

is reverse-folded.

$ Heart-and-Arrow (cont.)

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(cont.) Copyright 1999 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved 28. Swivel again. Note the tiny squash (mountain-fold).

28. Swivel again. Note the

tiny squash (mountain-fold). 2 26-31
tiny squash (mountain-fold).
2
26-31

31. Swing down 2 edges,

swiveling under the sunken area. Repeat 26-31 behind.
swiveling under the sunken
area. Repeat 26-31 behind.

34. Valley-fold it back down,

into the pocket immediately in front of it (a tight fit, even if accurate). Turn over.

in front of it (a tight fit, even if accurate). Turn over. 29. Flip up an

29. Flip up an edge, opening

the triangular pocket.

32. Swing the large, hidden
32. Swing the large, hidden
triangular flap upwards, reverse-folding the left side.
triangular flap upwards,
reverse-folding the left
side.

35. Reverse-fold the top

point down, tucking the tip into the pocket immediately in front of it.

tucking the tip into the pocket immediately in front of it. 30 . Closed-sink the small

30 . Closed-sink the small two- toned trapezoid. Then swing the pleated flap to the right.

33. Reverse-fold the middle triangle upwards.
33. Reverse-fold the
middle triangle upwards.
tail head
tail
head

36. Like so. Now we begin

on the tail of the arrow.

$ Heart-and-Arrow (cont.)

Copyright 1999 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved

(cont.) Copyright 1999 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved 37. Tail: notice pleats are not perfectly symmetric.

37. Tail: notice pleats are not perfectly symmetric. Reverse- fold.

notice pleats are not perfectly symmetric. Reverse- fold. 38. (Not all edges shown.) Swing over. 40.

38. (Not all edges shown.)

Swing over.

Reverse- fold. 38. (Not all edges shown.) Swing over. 40. Bring one layer to surface (a

40. Bring one layer to

surface (a closed-sink).

41. Thus. Turn model over

top-to-bottom.

39. Rotate. 37-40
39. Rotate.
37-40

42. Repeat 37-40, treating the

double-thickness as one layer. Turn back over (top-to-bottom).

as one layer. Turn back over (top-to-bottom). 43. Tuck in the loose triangle. 46. Swing the

43. Tuck in the loose triangle.

back over (top-to-bottom). 43. Tuck in the loose triangle. 46. Swing the middle triangle down and

46. Swing the middle triangle

down and behind, dragging the upper triangle.

triangle down and behind, dragging the upper triangle. 44. Reverse-fold protruding edges as if they were
triangle down and behind, dragging the upper triangle. 44. Reverse-fold protruding edges as if they were

44. Reverse-fold protruding edges as if they were a single edge.

Reverse-fold protruding edges as if they were a single edge. 45. Pull out paper and swivel

45. Pull out paper and swivel

down the front edge. The X- ray line is a horizontal valley- fold that becomes a vertical mountain-fold flush with the right edge of the model.

mountain-fold flush with the right edge of the model. 47. Tuck the loose triangle into the

47. Tuck the loose triangle into the second

pocket (between pleats, not into the sink). Tail complete. Turn over side-to-side.

$ Heart-and-Arrow (cont.)

Copyright 1999 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved

(cont.) Copyright 1999 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved 48. Head of the arrow. Pleats are symmetric.

48. Head of the arrow.

Pleats are symmetric.

Reverse-fold first 2

corners.

are symmetric. Reverse-fold first 2 c o r n e r s . 49. (Not all

49. (Not all edges shown.) Swing 2 flaps to the left.

s . 49. (Not all edges shown.) Swing 2 flaps to the left. 51. Like so.

51. Like so. Turn over top-

to-bottom. 49-50
to-bottom.
49-50
to the left. 51. Like so. Turn over top- to-bottom. 49-50 52. Valley-fold top corner. Reverse-fold

52. Valley-fold top corner.

Reverse-fold next corner.

49-50 52. Valley-fold top corner. Reverse-fold next corner. 54. Repeat 49-50. 55. Swing rear half of

54. Repeat 49-50.

55. Swing rear half of large

triangle to front.

49-50. 55. Swing rear half of large triangle to front. 57. Squash. Turn over top- to-bottom

57. Squash. Turn over top-

to-bottom and repeat on the other side.

D
D
Turn over top- to-bottom and repeat on the other side. D 50. Pull out corner. 53.

50. Pull out corner.

and repeat on the other side. D 50. Pull out corner. 53. Reverse-fold the remaining corner;

53. Reverse-fold the

remaining corner; its rear half is smaller than its front.

remaining corner; its rear half is smaller than its front. 56. Tuck new flap into pocket

56. Tuck new flap into pocket

behind. Front edges of arrowhead are now both closed.

58. There are now 3 tiny

triangular flaps at the tip. Wrap the top layer of the front triangle to its back. Very hard! Unfold point D and 3 pleats of the shaft while executing.

$ Heart-and-Arrow (cont.)

Copyright 1999 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved

tweezers help 59. Tuck the middle and rear
tweezers
help
59. Tuck the middle and rear

points inside the front point (sequentially or nested). Arrowhead complete.

front point (sequentially or nested). Arrowhead complete. 60. Left upper point of the heart. Crease and
front point (sequentially or nested). Arrowhead complete. 60. Left upper point of the heart. Crease and

60. Left upper point of the heart.

Crease and flex. Then open out the tip into a 3-sided pyramid, the 2 front right edges kept together.

a 3-sided pyramid, the 2 front right edges kept together. 61. Top view. Sink the tip

61. Top view. Sink the tip on

the crease just made (keeping the double-edge together).

on the crease just made (keeping the double-edge together). 62. Back to a front view. Reverse-fold

62. Back to a front

view. Reverse-fold nested corner down.

tweezers help
tweezers
help

63. Reverse-fold the corner back up, tucking

into the tiny pocket. These steps achieve a closed sink more easily. Repeat 60-63 on the right point of the heart.

more easily. Repeat 60-63 on the right point of the heart. 64. Model complete. Bend arrow
more easily. Repeat 60-63 on the right point of the heart. 64. Model complete. Bend arrow

64. Model complete. Bend arrow head and tail outwards where they emerge from the heart.

There are unfortunately 2 separate points at the bottom of the heart, but this does help the model stand up a little better. And though I regret the two-tone harlequin-esque finish, it’s not as glaring with a real dollar bill as in these diagrams. (I regard these shortcomings as the price of achieving my self-imposed goal: the arrow shaft emerges from under the planes of the heart.)

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1
Badger 2
Badger
2
3
3

4

1 Badger 2 3 4 5 10 6 7 11 15 8 9 17 13 14

5

1 Badger 2 3 4 5 10 6 7 11 15 8 9 17 13 14

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6

1 Badger 2 3 4 5 10 6 7 11 15 8 9 17 13 14

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11 15
11
15
1 Badger 2 3 4 5 10 6 7 11 15 8 9 17 13 14

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9

1 Badger 2 3 4 5 10 6 7 11 15 8 9 17 13 14
1 Badger 2 3 4 5 10 6 7 11 15 8 9 17 13 14
1 Badger 2 3 4 5 10 6 7 11 15 8 9 17 13 14
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17

13

14
14

Repeat steps 4 to 9 on the left side

12

Crease tip down just a little below the point behind

16
16

Crease a single layer down to half way between the two horizontal creases

Inside reverse folds Wrap one layer to the front (colour change) 18
Inside reverse folds
Wrap one layer to the front
(colour change)
18

© Robin Glynn September 1998

Badger 20
Badger
20
Badger 20 Fold sides towards the base of the 'imaginary' square 19 21 25 3 1

Fold sides towards the base of the 'imaginary' square

19

21

25
25

31

22 26 29
22
26
29
23 24 27 28 90º
23
24
27
28
90º

30

square 19 21 25 3 1 22 26 29 23 24 27 28 90º 30 32

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square 19 21 25 3 1 22 26 29 23 24 27 28 90º 30 32

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Make 4 inside reverse folds
Make 4 inside reverse folds
square 19 21 25 3 1 22 26 29 23 24 27 28 90º 30 32

© Robin Glynn September 1998

Balloon with basket

Maarten van Gelder

1992 Aug

1 Mark point 2
1 Mark point
2
Balloon with basket Maarten van Gelder  1992 Aug 1 Mark point 2 3 6 4
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3

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Balloon with basket Maarten van Gelder  1992 Aug 1 Mark point 2 3 6 4

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Balloon with basket Maarten van Gelder  1992 Aug 1 Mark point 2 3 6 4

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Balloon with basket

Balloon with basket 9 Maarten van Gelder 1992 Aug 10 11 Round corners of balloon

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Maarten van Gelder

1992 Aug

Balloon with basket 9 Maarten van Gelder 1992 Aug 10 11 Round corners of balloon

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Balloon with basket 9 Maarten van Gelder 1992 Aug 10 11 Round corners of balloon

11 Round corners of balloon

Balloon with basket 9 Maarten van Gelder 1992 Aug 10 11 Round corners of balloon

Bee

Bee 1.Begin with a bird base, colored side out. Fold the top flaps down. 4.Sink the
1.Begin with a bird base, colored side out. Fold the top flaps down.
1.Begin with a bird base, colored
side out. Fold the top flaps
down.

4.Sink the top.

colored side out. Fold the top flaps down. 4.Sink the top. 7.Swing the front flap up.

7.Swing the front flap up.

by Marc Kirschenbaum

the top. 7.Swing the front flap up. by Marc Kirschenbaum 2.Precrease the top. 5.Spread squash. 8.Valley

2.Precrease the top.

the front flap up. by Marc Kirschenbaum 2.Precrease the top. 5.Spread squash. 8.Valley down. 3.Precrease through

5.Spread squash.

by Marc Kirschenbaum 2.Precrease the top. 5.Spread squash. 8.Valley down. 3.Precrease through the intersection of

8.Valley down.

3.Precrease through the intersection of creases.
3.Precrease through the
intersection of creases.

5-6

8.Valley down. 3.Precrease through the intersection of creases. 5-6 6.Flatten. Repeat steps 5-6 behind. 9.Valley up.

6.Flatten. Repeat steps 5-6 behind.

8.Valley down. 3.Precrease through the intersection of creases. 5-6 6.Flatten. Repeat steps 5-6 behind. 9.Valley up.

9.Valley up.

10.Unfold.
10.Unfold.
10.Unfold. 13.Rabbit ear. 16.Swing up. 8-10 11.Repeat steps 8-10 in mirror image. 14.Squash. 17.Spread squash. 12.Swing

13.Rabbit ear.

10.Unfold. 13.Rabbit ear. 16.Swing up. 8-10 11.Repeat steps 8-10 in mirror image. 14.Squash. 17.Spread squash. 12.Swing

16.Swing up.

8-10
8-10

11.Repeat steps 8-10 in mirror image.

ear. 16.Swing up. 8-10 11.Repeat steps 8-10 in mirror image. 14.Squash. 17.Spread squash. 12.Swing down while

14.Squash.

up. 8-10 11.Repeat steps 8-10 in mirror image. 14.Squash. 17.Spread squash. 12.Swing down while spreading out

17.Spread squash.

steps 8-10 in mirror image. 14.Squash. 17.Spread squash. 12.Swing down while spreading out the top layers.

12.Swing down while spreading out the top layers.

image. 14.Squash. 17.Spread squash. 12.Swing down while spreading out the top layers. 15.Valley over. 18.Swing over.

15.Valley over.

image. 14.Squash. 17.Spread squash. 12.Swing down while spreading out the top layers. 15.Valley over. 18.Swing over.

18.Swing over.

19.Pull the flap through. 22.Swing down. 25.Carefully fold flap up, releasing the trapped layer. 18-19

19.Pull the flap through.

19.Pull the flap through. 22.Swing down. 25.Carefully fold flap up, releasing the trapped layer. 18-19 20.Repeat

22.Swing down.

19.Pull the flap through. 22.Swing down. 25.Carefully fold flap up, releasing the trapped layer. 18-19 20.Repeat

25.Carefully fold flap up, releasing the trapped layer.

18-19

fold flap up, releasing the trapped layer. 18-19 20.Repeat steps 18-19 in mirror image. 23.Tuck flap

20.Repeat steps 18-19 in mirror image.

trapped layer. 18-19 20.Repeat steps 18-19 in mirror image. 23.Tuck flap into pocket. 8-16 26.Repeat steps

23.Tuck flap into pocket.

8-16
8-16

26.Repeat steps 8-16 on this flap.

flap into pocket. 8-16 26.Repeat steps 8-16 on this flap. 21.Bring the colored layers to the

21.Bring the colored layers to the surface.

steps 8-16 on this flap. 21.Bring the colored layers to the surface. 24.Swing the large flap

24.Swing the large flap over.

steps 8-16 on this flap. 21.Bring the colored layers to the surface. 24.Swing the large flap

27.Swing over.

24-27 28.Repeat steps 24-27 in mirror image. 31.Valley up. 34.Turn over. 37.Closed sink. 29.Turn over.

24-27

28.Repeat steps 24-27 in mirror image.

24-27 28.Repeat steps 24-27 in mirror image. 31.Valley up. 34.Turn over. 37.Closed sink. 29.Turn over. 32.Unsink.

31.Valley up.

24-27 28.Repeat steps 24-27 in mirror image. 31.Valley up. 34.Turn over. 37.Closed sink. 29.Turn over. 32.Unsink.

34.Turn over.

steps 24-27 in mirror image. 31.Valley up. 34.Turn over. 37.Closed sink. 29.Turn over. 32.Unsink. 35.Swing everything

37.Closed sink.

in mirror image. 31.Valley up. 34.Turn over. 37.Closed sink. 29.Turn over. 32.Unsink. 35.Swing everything over. 38.Swing

29.Turn over.

31.Valley up. 34.Turn over. 37.Closed sink. 29.Turn over. 32.Unsink. 35.Swing everything over. 38.Swing one flap up.
32.Unsink.
32.Unsink.

35.Swing everything over.

sink. 29.Turn over. 32.Unsink. 35.Swing everything over. 38.Swing one flap up. 30.Wrap a single layer around

38.Swing one flap up.

32.Unsink. 35.Swing everything over. 38.Swing one flap up. 30.Wrap a single layer around each side. 33.Valley

30.Wrap a single layer around each side.

one flap up. 30.Wrap a single layer around each side. 33.Valley up. 36.Swing down two flaps.

33.Valley up.

flap up. 30.Wrap a single layer around each side. 33.Valley up. 36.Swing down two flaps. 39.Swing

36.Swing down two flaps.

flap up. 30.Wrap a single layer around each side. 33.Valley up. 36.Swing down two flaps. 39.Swing

39.Swing the large flaps back.

35-39 40.Repeat steps 35-39 in mirror image. 43.Swing up again. 46.Rearrange the flaps as indicated.

35-39

40.Repeat steps 35-39 in mirror image.

35-39 40.Repeat steps 35-39 in mirror image. 43.Swing up again. 46.Rearrange the flaps as indicated. 49.Swing

43.Swing up again.

40.Repeat steps 35-39 in mirror image. 43.Swing up again. 46.Rearrange the flaps as indicated. 49.Swing down

46.Rearrange the flaps as indicated.

43.Swing up again. 46.Rearrange the flaps as indicated. 49.Swing down two flaps. 41.Swing one flap over.

49.Swing down two flaps.

the flaps as indicated. 49.Swing down two flaps. 41.Swing one flap over. 44.Swing the flap through.

41.Swing one flap over.

indicated. 49.Swing down two flaps. 41.Swing one flap over. 44.Swing the flap through. 47.Swing up while

44.Swing the flap through.

flaps. 41.Swing one flap over. 44.Swing the flap through. 47.Swing up while incorporating a reverse fold.

47.Swing up while incorporating a reverse fold.

through. 47.Swing up while incorporating a reverse fold. 50.Swing over one flap. 42.Swing one flap up

50.Swing over one flap.

while incorporating a reverse fold. 50.Swing over one flap. 42.Swing one flap up (a portion of

42.Swing one flap up (a portion of the fold is hidden under the colored region).

(a portion of the fold is hidden under the colored region). 45.Reverse fold. 48.Swing over bottom

45.Reverse fold.

fold is hidden under the colored region). 45.Reverse fold. 48.Swing over bottom flap. Stretch top flap

48.Swing over bottom flap. Stretch top flap outwards.

under the colored region). 45.Reverse fold. 48.Swing over bottom flap. Stretch top flap outwards. 51.Valley corner

51.Valley corner down.

41-51 52.Repeat steps 41-51 in mirror image. 55.Swing down. 58.Valley to center. 53.Swing down. 56.Precrease

41-51

52.Repeat steps 41-51 in mirror image.

41-51 52.Repeat steps 41-51 in mirror image. 55.Swing down. 58.Valley to center. 53.Swing down. 56.Precrease in

55.Swing down.

41-51 52.Repeat steps 41-51 in mirror image. 55.Swing down. 58.Valley to center. 53.Swing down. 56.Precrease in

58.Valley to center.

41-51 in mirror image. 55.Swing down. 58.Valley to center. 53.Swing down. 56.Precrease in opposite direction.
41-51 in mirror image. 55.Swing down. 58.Valley to center. 53.Swing down. 56.Precrease in opposite direction.

53.Swing down.

image. 55.Swing down. 58.Valley to center. 53.Swing down. 56.Precrease in opposite direction. 59.Unfold. 54.Valley up.

56.Precrease in opposite direction.

center. 53.Swing down. 56.Precrease in opposite direction. 59.Unfold. 54.Valley up. 57.Valley to horizontal crease.

59.Unfold.

down. 56.Precrease in opposite direction. 59.Unfold. 54.Valley up. 57.Valley to horizontal crease. 60.Swing up
down. 56.Precrease in opposite direction. 59.Unfold. 54.Valley up. 57.Valley to horizontal crease. 60.Swing up

54.Valley up.

56.Precrease in opposite direction. 59.Unfold. 54.Valley up. 57.Valley to horizontal crease. 60.Swing up while swiveling

57.Valley to horizontal crease.

59.Unfold. 54.Valley up. 57.Valley to horizontal crease. 60.Swing up while swiveling in sides. 61.Precrease.

60.Swing up while swiveling in sides.

to horizontal crease. 60.Swing up while swiveling in sides. 61.Precrease. 62.Valley the top single layers outwards
64.Pleat the tail. The valley fold lies along an existing crease. The mountain fold is

64.Pleat the tail. The valley fold lies along an existing crease. The mountain fold is midway from the valley fold to the white portion.

fold is midway from the valley fold to the white portion. 67.Squash the tip. 70.Swing the

67.Squash the tip.

the valley fold to the white portion. 67.Squash the tip. 70.Swing the top flaps up. 65.Fold

70.Swing the top flaps up.

white portion. 67.Squash the tip. 70.Swing the top flaps up. 65.Fold the sides back to the

65.Fold the sides back to the center. A swivel will form underneath the pleat.

back to the center. A swivel will form underneath the pleat. 68.Swing the top back to

68.Swing the top back to reveal the colored triangle. Mountain back the excess paper at the base ofthe tail.

Mountain back the excess paper at the base ofthe tail. 71.Reverse fold. 66.Precrease. The resulting width

71.Reverse fold.

the excess paper at the base ofthe tail. 71.Reverse fold. 66.Precrease. The resulting width should be

66.Precrease. The resulting width should be about as wide as the colored section below.

width should be about as wide as the colored section below. 69.Valley upwards; do not crease

69.Valley upwards; do not crease sharply.

width should be about as wide as the colored section below. 69.Valley upwards; do not crease

72.Swing over.

73.Valley up. 76.Swing back. 79.Swing over. 82.Swing over. 74.Swing over. 77.Swivel over. 75.Sink. 78.Pull out

73.Valley up.

73.Valley up. 76.Swing back. 79.Swing over. 82.Swing over. 74.Swing over. 77.Swivel over. 75.Sink. 78.Pull out single

76.Swing back.

73.Valley up. 76.Swing back. 79.Swing over. 82.Swing over. 74.Swing over. 77.Swivel over. 75.Sink. 78.Pull out single

79.Swing over.

73.Valley up. 76.Swing back. 79.Swing over. 82.Swing over. 74.Swing over. 77.Swivel over. 75.Sink. 78.Pull out single

82.Swing over.

73.Valley up. 76.Swing back. 79.Swing over. 82.Swing over. 74.Swing over. 77.Swivel over. 75.Sink. 78.Pull out single

74.Swing over.

76.Swing back. 79.Swing over. 82.Swing over. 74.Swing over. 77.Swivel over. 75.Sink. 78.Pull out single layer. 80.Rabbit

77.Swivel over.

79.Swing over. 82.Swing over. 74.Swing over. 77.Swivel over. 75.Sink. 78.Pull out single layer. 80.Rabbit ear. 81.Swing
79.Swing over. 82.Swing over. 74.Swing over. 77.Swivel over. 75.Sink. 78.Pull out single layer. 80.Rabbit ear. 81.Swing

75.Sink.

over. 82.Swing over. 74.Swing over. 77.Swivel over. 75.Sink. 78.Pull out single layer. 80.Rabbit ear. 81.Swing over.

78.Pull out single layer.

over. 77.Swivel over. 75.Sink. 78.Pull out single layer. 80.Rabbit ear. 81.Swing over. 72-82 83.Repeat steps 72-82
80.Rabbit ear. 81.Swing over. 72-82
80.Rabbit ear.
81.Swing over.
72-82

83.Repeat steps 72-82 in mirror image.

84.Lightly fold the model in half.

1/4
1/4

85.Squash flap, being sure to distribute the inner layers as evenly as possible. The tiny hidden flap should go towards the head. Rotate.

85-88

tiny hidden flap should go towards the head. Rotate. 85-88 88.Squash fold. Repeat steps 85-88 behind.

88.Squash fold. Repeat steps 85-88 behind.

91.Valley fold.
91.Valley
fold.
88.Squash fold. Repeat steps 85-88 behind. 91.Valley fold. 94.Valley fold. 86.Reverse fold one half into angle

94.Valley fold.

Repeat steps 85-88 behind. 91.Valley fold. 94.Valley fold. 86.Reverse fold one half into angle quadsectors. Reverse

86.Reverse fold one half into angle quadsectors. Reverse the other half along the angle bisector.

Reverse the other half along the angle bisector. 89.Reverse fold. 89-92 92.Swing over two flaps. Repeat

89.Reverse fold.

89-92

other half along the angle bisector. 89.Reverse fold. 89-92 92.Swing over two flaps. Repeat steps 89-92

92.Swing over two flaps. Repeat steps 89-92 behind.

89-92 92.Swing over two flaps. Repeat steps 89-92 behind. 95.Pull out back leg while swiveling at

95.Pull out back leg while swiveling at top.

89-92 behind. 95.Pull out back leg while swiveling at top. 87.Swing over. 90.Swivel up. Make the

87.Swing over.

95.Pull out back leg while swiveling at top. 87.Swing over. 90.Swivel up. Make the valley fold

90.Swivel up. Make the valley fold as light as possible.

Edge A
Edge A

93.Ccrimp the head into the body so that edge A lies straight. Alow the antennae to swing up.

Edge A 93.Ccrimp the head into the body so that edge A lies straight. Alow the

96.Valley down.

94-97
94-97

97.Tuck the tip of the win into the pocket. Shape the wing. Repeat steps 94-97 behind.

into the pocket. Shape the wing. Repeat steps 94-97 behind. 100.Pull the antennae back and outside

100.Pull the antennae back and outside reverse fold the head around them.

antennae back and outside reverse fold the head around them. 98.Rabbit ear the front legs. Due

98.Rabbit ear the front legs. Due to the thickness, they will stick out slightly.

legs. Due to the thickness, they will stick out slightly. 101. Curl the antennae around the

101. Curl the antennae around the head. Double rabbit ear the head. Pull tail upwards.

the head. Double rabbit ear the head. Pull tail upwards. 99.Crimp the middle legs in half.

99.Crimp the middle legs in half.

head. Pull tail upwards. 99.Crimp the middle legs in half. 102.Crimp the legs. Curl the antennae

102.Crimp the legs. Curl the antennae and the tip of the head.Round out the abdomen, and curl the wings around it.

and the tip of the head.Round out the abdomen, and curl the wings around it. 103.Completed

103.Completed Bee ©1994 Marc Kirschenbaum

Beetle

Created by Marc Vigo Anglada April 1994

Beetle,

Page 1 of

3

Created by Marc Vigo Anglada April 1994 Beetle, Page 1 of 3 1 Begin with a

1 Begin with a 2x1 rectangle Fold two waterbomb bases

2 3
2
3
3 1 Begin with a 2x1 rectangle Fold two waterbomb bases 2 3 4 Valley fold

4 Valley fold front layer, reverse fold the rest, as swhon in figure 5

front layer, reverse fold the rest, as swhon in figure 5 5 6 Valley fold front

5

front layer, reverse fold the rest, as swhon in figure 5 5 6 Valley fold front

6 Valley fold front layer, reverse fold the rest. Repeat on the right side

front layer, reverse fold the rest. Repeat on the right side 8 Front view. Mountain fold

8 Front view. Mountain fold inside Repeat on the right side

9 The result shoud look like this Turn the model over

side 9 The result shoud look like this Turn the model over 7 S i n

7 Sink three corners Repeat on the right side

p e a t o n t h e r i g h t s i

10 Raise the corners. All oblique pleats are at 45 degrees.

Created by Marc Vigo Anglada April 1994 Beetle, Page 2 of 3 11 Sink. Repeat
Created by Marc Vigo Anglada April 1994 Beetle, Page 2 of 3
Created by Marc Vigo Anglada
April 1994
Beetle,
Page 2 of 3

11 Sink. Repeat on the

right side 14
right side
14

12 Turn the flap to the left Repeat on the right side

14 12 Turn the flap to the left Repeat on the right side 15 Mountain fold

15 Mountain fold first layer, valley fold the second

side 15 Mountain fold first layer, valley fold the second 13 Valley fold front layer, reverse

13 Valley fold front layer, reverse fold the second.

second 13 Valley fold front layer, reverse fold the second. 16 Reverse fold 17 Repeat steps

16 Reverse fold

fold front layer, reverse fold the second. 16 Reverse fold 17 Repeat steps 12-15 on the

17 Repeat steps 12-15

on the left side

16 Reverse fold 17 Repeat steps 12-15 on the left side 18 Turn the model over

18 Turn the model over

19 Mountain fold two layers

Repeat steps 12-15 on the left side 18 Turn the model over 19 Mountain fold two

20

21 Pleat fold to form the head

22 Valley fold the eyes 25 Rabbit ear the second pair of legs 28 Crimp

22 Valley fold the eyes

22 Valley fold the eyes 25 Rabbit ear the second pair of legs 28 Crimp fold

25 Rabbit ear the second

pair of legs

22 Valley fold the eyes 25 Rabbit ear the second pair of legs 28 Crimp fold

28 Crimp fold tip of legs Mountain fold in half to

mark wings

Created by Marc Vigo Anglada April 1994 Beetle, Page 3 of 3
Created by Marc Vigo Anglada
April 1994
Beetle,
Page 3 of 3

23 Turn the model over

April 1994 Beetle, Page 3 of 3 23 Turn the model over 26 Valley fold one

26 Valley fold one layer to lock the model

24 Rabbit ear the first pair of legs

layer to lock the model 24 Rabbit ear the first pair of legs 27 Reverse fold

27 Reverse fold middle legs Rabbit ear third pair of legs

to lock the model 24 Rabbit ear the first pair of legs 27 Reverse fold middle

’94

Cup

Cup with variations First make the simple one

Maarten van Gelder

1987 Oct

1 2 3 4 5 Turn/click in position 7 Variation 1: divide in 8 8
1
2
3
4
5
Turn/click in position
7
Variation 1: divide in 8
8
9
5 Turn/click in position 7 Variation 1: divide in 8 8 9 10 Make round and

10 Make round and then slide in the overlap

in 8 8 9 10 Make round and then slide in the overlap 11 Variation 2:

11 Variation 2: divide in 16 Very difficult to form cup! Variation 3: divide in 32; very, very difficult And the thicknes of the paper is coming in

The Belle Damsel

By Perry Bailey on request by Valerie Vann.

The Belle Damsel By Perry Bailey on request by Valerie Vann. 1. Use foil paper for

1. Use foil paper for best effect on this model, While you could use kami, it will be more difficult and not as nice looking. Start with 1/2 of a square or 2:1 ratio piece of paper, large paper is not needed as a 6X3 piece of foil works well. Fold the foil into sixteenths, with skin color desired on the out side.

into sixteenths, with skin color desired on the out side. 2. reverse fold in the first

2. reverse fold in the first 2 corners on each side.

3. pull down the pleats to form the arms.

on each side. 3. pull down the pleats to form the arms. 4. reverse fold down
4. reverse fold down the top from the center fold to form the head.
4. reverse fold
down the top from
the center fold to form
the head.
5. open up the figure and pull up the first layer of the head while

5. open up the figure and pull up the first layer of the head while flatening the inside flaps to effect a color change. This will give your model the same color hair as her gown.

This will give your model the same color hair as her gown. 6. Inside rabbit fold

6. Inside rabbit fold both arms, then fold a small part of the hair back under to give her a face.

7. This is where all I know how to do is give a description. fan the model outwards at the bottom, while holding the top down to just below the arms. then use your thumb to inside of the model and wrap the pleats all the way around like a bell. the two ends of the foil will overlap. At that point make the dress as full or small as you like. To lock the bottom together just fold up a little of the bottom or hem of the dress upwards. and you are done.

up a little of the bottom or hem of the dress upwards. and you are done.
Finished looks best when small.
Finished
looks best
when small.

1

1 4 45º 7 Big Bird 2 5 8 9 3 6 10 11 Repeat steps

4

45º
45º
1 4 45º 7 Big Bird 2 5 8 9 3 6 10 11 Repeat steps

7

Big Bird

2

1 4 45º 7 Big Bird 2 5 8 9 3 6 10 11 Repeat steps

5

1 4 45º 7 Big Bird 2 5 8 9 3 6 10 11 Repeat steps

8

9

3

1 4 45º 7 Big Bird 2 5 8 9 3 6 10 11 Repeat steps

6

10 11
10
11
Repeat steps 5 and 6 on the other 3 sides Fold 2 layers to the
Repeat steps 5 and 6 on the
other 3 sides
Fold 2 layers to the left
Fold 1 layer to the right (front
and back to even up the
layers on each side)
12
13
14
15
16
180º
Fold 1 layer to the top
Valley fold the 2 small points.
Note that the lower edges are
slightly above the centre crease
Squash fold
asymetrically or see the
box below
An alternative is to squash fold
symetrically, this is a bit fiddly
but the eyes will eventually look
like this
Much harder still, if you form tiny
'bird bases' on the centre layers,
the eyes turn out like this

Diagrammed by R.Glynn © July 1999

17
17

Make 3 small mountain folds to round off each eye

Big Bird

18

3 small mountain folds to round off each eye Big Bird 18 Swivel a point to

Swivel a point to the left so that it continues the line of the bottom edge

19

the left so that it continues the line of the bottom edge 19 Swivel the other

Swivel the other point to the right

20

of the bottom edge 19 Swivel the other point to the right 20 Valley fold the

Valley fold the three points to the centre

21

the right 20 Valley fold the three points to the centre 21 24 Unfold 22 Inside

24

Unfold

20 Valley fold the three points to the centre 21 24 Unfold 22 Inside reverse fold
22 Inside reverse fold the 3 points
22
Inside reverse fold the 3 points

25

centre 21 24 Unfold 22 Inside reverse fold the 3 points 25 26 23 Make small

26

23

21 24 Unfold 22 Inside reverse fold the 3 points 25 26 23 Make small valley
21 24 Unfold 22 Inside reverse fold the 3 points 25 26 23 Make small valley
Make small valley fold to form feathers 27
Make small valley fold
to form feathers
27

Valley fold the point up note that the horizontal crease is slightly above the existing diagonal crease

Make 2 sharp creases about half way to the centre line

Make 2 sharp creases about half way to the centre line 28 Make the beak 3-dimensional,

28

Make the beak 3-dimensional, gently curving the head back

These creases should be made lightly, just bending the paper

These creases should be made lightly, just bending the paper Gently squeeze the sides to make

Gently squeeze the sides to make the beak open and close

Diagrammed by R.Glynn © July 1999

Dollar Bill $

Model Created and Diagrammed by A. Anselmo 12/93 (although I’m certain someone has done something like it.) anselmo@thermsa.eng.sunysb.edu

has done something like it.) anselmo@thermsa.eng.sunysb.edu A 1) Fold the bill lengthwise, and unfold. Fold edges
has done something like it.) anselmo@thermsa.eng.sunysb.edu A 1) Fold the bill lengthwise, and unfold. Fold edges
A
A

1) Fold the bill lengthwise, and unfold. Fold edges in to the middle.

2) Fold edges towards the middle again.

3) Fold along the indicated lines.

4) Unfold the left side. The object of the next few folds is to create a locking mechanism.

5) Keep the right hand side together, and fit the pocket forming at "A" into the shaded tab.

fit the pocket forming at "A" into the shaded tab. A 6) How the fold progresses.
A 6) How the fold progresses. 7) This should be locked by now.
A
6) How the fold
progresses.
7) This should
be locked by
now.
I O O I
I
O
O
I
valley valley mountain valley mountain
valley
valley
mountain
valley
mountain

8) Lay the fold sideways, and make it into a reversed "S" shape with a series of valley and mountain folds. Of course, when looking at it unfolded, all the folds appear as valley folds. The reverse "S" here is shown a bit more "open" than I usually make it. The tighter the "S", the more of a tail you will be left with to make the vertical line that goes through the "S". Take note!

11) This. Valley fold upwards at the indicated point.

note! 11) This. Valley fold upwards at the indicated point. 12) Valley fold and mountain fold

12) Valley fold and mountain fold so this last piece can collapse towards you.

mountain fold so this last piece can collapse towards you. 10) Mountain fold only the top
mountain fold so this last piece can collapse towards you. 10) Mountain fold only the top

10) Mountain fold only the top flap to the left to achieve

9) Unfold the last valley fold. Make the folds "I" inside reverse folds, and "O" outside reverse folds, so the reverse "S" shape will not come apart.

folds, so the reverse "S" shape will not come apart. 14) Now you should have this.
folds, so the reverse "S" shape will not come apart. 14) Now you should have this.

14) Now you should have this. Fold this long flap to the left.

Now you should have this. Fold this long flap to the left. 13) You should only

13) You should only follow the indicated folds to collapse this section.

only follow the indicated folds to collapse this section. 16) Valley fold upwards, under the middle

16) Valley fold upwards, under the middle and over the top.

17) You should have this now. Flip it over, and you have a "Dollar $" !

Note: This model appears best after sitting in your wallet for a few hours, since the creases have time to set.

15) Valley fold the flap so it hangs downwards.

Biplane II by Marc Kirschenbaum (NY)

©1996

Complex A 10" square makes a model with a 4" wingspan

A 10" square makes a model with a 4" wingspan 1. This will be the color
A 10" square makes a model with a 4" wingspan 1. This will be the color
A 10" square makes a model with a 4" wingspan 1. This will be the color

1.

This will be the color of the body. Precrease along angle bisectors.

2. Valley the corners to the intersections of creases and unfold.

3. Pleat along existing creases.

of creases and unfold. 3. Pleat along existing creases. 4. Valley to center. 5. Turn over.

4. Valley to center.

5. Turn over.

6.

existing creases. 4. Valley to center. 5. Turn over. 6. Fold sides to center, allowing flaps
existing creases. 4. Valley to center. 5. Turn over. 6. Fold sides to center, allowing flaps
existing creases. 4. Valley to center. 5. Turn over. 6. Fold sides to center, allowing flaps

Fold sides to center, allowing flaps to swing outwards.

6. Fold sides to center, allowing flaps to swing outwards. 7. Unfold entirely. 9-10 8. Collapse.
6. Fold sides to center, allowing flaps to swing outwards. 7. Unfold entirely. 9-10 8. Collapse.
6. Fold sides to center, allowing flaps to swing outwards. 7. Unfold entirely. 9-10 8. Collapse.

7. Unfold entirely.

9-10

allowing flaps to swing outwards. 7. Unfold entirely. 9-10 8. Collapse. 9. Squash the center flap.

8. Collapse.

to swing outwards. 7. Unfold entirely. 9-10 8. Collapse. 9. Squash the center flap. 10. Valley

9. Squash the center flap.

entirely. 9-10 8. Collapse. 9. Squash the center flap. 10. Valley down as far as possible

10. Valley down as far as possible and unfold. Repeat steps 9-10 behind.

11. Spread open to reveal small flap.

12. Sink triangularly halfway.

12-13

12-13 13. Close back up. Repeat steps 12-13 on the other side. 14-16 16. Precrease sides

13.

Close back up. Repeat steps 12-13 on the other side.

14-16
14-16

16.

Precrease sides of flap and then open up. Repeat steps 14-16 behind.

sides of flap and then open up. Repeat steps 14-16 behind. 19. Precrease through all layers.

19.

Precrease through all layers.

steps 14-16 behind. 19. Precrease through all layers. 22. Wrap around to make symetrical. 25. Reverse

22.

Wrap around to make symetrical.

steps 14-16 behind. 19. Precrease through all layers. 22. Wrap around to make symetrical. 25. Reverse

25.

Reverse fold.

Wrap around to make symetrical. 25. Reverse fold. 14. Petal fold. 15. Valley to intersection of

14. Petal fold.

to make symetrical. 25. Reverse fold. 14. Petal fold. 15. Valley to intersection of creases. 17.

15. Valley to intersection of creases.

fold. 14. Petal fold. 15. Valley to intersection of creases. 17. Valley corners. Turn over. 18.
fold. 14. Petal fold. 15. Valley to intersection of creases. 17. Valley corners. Turn over. 18.

17. Valley corners. Turn over.

18.

Swing a flap over, front and back.

Turn over. 18. Swing a flap over, front and back. 20. Unfold bottom flap. 21. Squash.
Turn over. 18. Swing a flap over, front and back. 20. Unfold bottom flap. 21. Squash.
Turn over. 18. Swing a flap over, front and back. 20. Unfold bottom flap. 21. Squash.

20. Unfold bottom flap.

21.

Squash. Do not flatten completely.

bottom flap. 21. Squash. Do not flatten completely. 23. Pull out single layer. 2 3 -

23. Pull out single layer.

Do not flatten completely. 23. Pull out single layer. 2 3 - 2 6 26. Swing

23-26

26. Swing over flap while incorporating a reverse fold. Repeat steps 23-26 behind.

incorporating a reverse fold. Repeat steps 23-26 behind. 24. Valley over. 18-26 27. Repeat steps 18-26
24. Valley over. 18-26
24. Valley over.
18-26

27. Repeat steps 18-26 in mirror image.

28. Valley up corners. 29. Pull out hidden corners. 30. Pull out hidden points. 31.

28. Valley up corners.

28. Valley up corners. 29. Pull out hidden corners. 30. Pull out hidden points. 31. Crimp

29. Pull out hidden corners.

30. Pull out hidden points.

29. Pull out hidden corners. 30. Pull out hidden points. 31. Crimp sides. 32. Valley down
31. Crimp sides. 32. Valley down four points. 33-34 34. View from step 33. Double-
31.
Crimp sides.
32. Valley down four points.
33-34
34.
View from step 33. Double-
crimp upwards and flatten.
35. Repeat steps 33-34 on other
side.
36-37
37.
Swing back down while
collapsing the top single
layer outwards.
38. Repeat steps 36-37 behind.
top single layer outwards. 38. Repeat steps 36-37 behind. 33. Stretch apart sides. 36. Lightly swing

33. Stretch apart sides.

outwards. 38. Repeat steps 36-37 behind. 33. Stretch apart sides. 36. Lightly swing up top section.

36. Lightly swing up top section.

outwards. 38. Repeat steps 36-37 behind. 33. Stretch apart sides. 36. Lightly swing up top section.

39. Swing down flaps.

 
 
 
 

40.

Swing over a layer, undoing reverse fold. Repeat behind.

41.

Wrap around a single layer. Repeat behind.

42. Swing back. Repeat behind.

layer. Repeat behind. 42. Swing back. Repeat behind. 43. Pull flap out, releasing layers at left.
layer. Repeat behind. 42. Swing back. Repeat behind. 43. Pull flap out, releasing layers at left.
layer. Repeat behind. 42. Swing back. Repeat behind. 43. Pull flap out, releasing layers at left.

43.

Pull flap out, releasing layers at left. Repeat behind.

44.

Asymmetrical squash. Repeat behind.

45.

Valley layer through. Repeat behind.

behind. 45. Valley layer through. Repeat behind. 46. Swivel down. Repeat behind. 47. Swivel over.
behind. 45. Valley layer through. Repeat behind. 46. Swivel down. Repeat behind. 47. Swivel over.
behind. 45. Valley layer through. Repeat behind. 46. Swivel down. Repeat behind. 47. Swivel over.

46.

Swivel down. Repeat behind.

47.

Swivel over. Repeat behind.

48. Bring single layer to surface (closed sink). Repeat behind.

Bring single layer to surface (closed sink). Repeat behind. 49. Sink triangularly, so as to match
Bring single layer to surface (closed sink). Repeat behind. 49. Sink triangularly, so as to match
Bring single layer to surface (closed sink). Repeat behind. 49. Sink triangularly, so as to match

49.

Sink triangularly, so as to match up with the folded edge in the middle. Repeat behind.

50.

Sink triangularly again. Repeat behind.

51.

Wrap around a single layer. Repeat behind.

52. Swing flap over while incorporating a reverse fold along existing creases. 55. Swivel under.

52.

Swing flap over while incorporating a reverse fold along existing creases.

while incorporating a reverse fold along existing creases. 55. Swivel under. 58. Wrap single layer around

55.

Swivel under.

a reverse fold along existing creases. 55. Swivel under. 58. Wrap single layer around (closed sink).

58.

Wrap single layer around (closed sink).

Swivel under. 58. Wrap single layer around (closed sink). 61. Swing over flap while pulling up

61.

Swing over flap while pulling up a layer through the pocket. Repeat behind

while pulling up a layer through the pocket. Repeat behind 53. Swing over two layers. Model

53. Swing over two layers. Model will not lie flat.

behind 53. Swing over two layers. Model will not lie flat. 56. Swing single layer back.

56. Swing single layer back.

59. Close model back up.

flat. 56. Swing single layer back. 59. Close model back up. 62. Valley along existing crease.

62. Valley along existing crease. Repeat behind.

back up. 62. Valley along existing crease. Repeat behind. 54. Pull out single layer from behind.

54. Pull out single layer from behind.

Repeat behind. 54. Pull out single layer from behind. 57. Swivel up. 52-59 60. Repeat steps
57. Swivel up. 52-59
57. Swivel up.
52-59

60. Repeat steps 52-59 behind.

behind. 57. Swivel up. 52-59 60. Repeat steps 52-59 behind. 63. Swivel down hidden middle layer

63. Swivel down hidden middle layer into pocket. Repeat behind.

64. Bring single layer to surface (closed sink). Repeat behind. 65. Closed sink along existing
64. Bring single layer to surface (closed sink). Repeat behind. 65. Closed sink along existing
64. Bring single layer to surface (closed sink). Repeat behind. 65. Closed sink along existing

64.

Bring single layer to surface (closed sink). Repeat behind.

65.

Closed sink along existing crease. Repeat behind.

66. Pull point outwards.

existing crease. Repeat behind. 66. Pull point outwards. 67. Bring the bottom points to 68. Swing
existing crease. Repeat behind. 66. Pull point outwards. 67. Bring the bottom points to 68. Swing
existing crease. Repeat behind. 66. Pull point outwards. 67. Bring the bottom points to 68. Swing

67.

Bring the bottom points to 68. Swing down. the top, allowing the corners to spread sink.

69.

Precrease. Repeat with adjacent flap.

spread sink. 69. Precrease. Repeat with adjacent flap. 70. Spread apart. 71. View from step 71.
spread sink. 69. Precrease. Repeat with adjacent flap. 70. Spread apart. 71. View from step 71.
spread sink. 69. Precrease. Repeat with adjacent flap. 70. Spread apart. 71. View from step 71.

70.

Spread apart.

71.

View from step 71. Sink single layer through from behind, using the creases from step 69.

72.

The edges of the wing should now be flush. Close the model up.

68-72

of the wing should now be flush. Close the model up. 68-72 73. Repeat steps 68-72
of the wing should now be flush. Close the model up. 68-72 73. Repeat steps 68-72
of the wing should now be flush. Close the model up. 68-72 73. Repeat steps 68-72

73.

Repeat steps 68-72 behind.

74.

Sink triangularly along existing crease. Repeat behind.

75.

Closed sink along existing crease. Repeat behind.

76. Outside reverse fold along existing crease. 77. Detail of tail. Valley along angle bisectors.
76. Outside reverse fold along existing crease. 77. Detail of tail. Valley along angle bisectors.
76. Outside reverse fold along existing crease. 77. Detail of tail. Valley along angle bisectors.
76. Outside reverse fold along existing crease. 77. Detail of tail. Valley along angle bisectors.
76.
Outside reverse fold along
existing crease.
77. Detail of tail. Valley along
angle bisectors.
78. Unfold.
Point A
Point A
79.
Swivel fold. Repeat behind.
80.
Crimp upwards, so point A 81. Valley down. Repeat behind.
meets colored raw edge.
82.
Valley along angle bisector.
Repeat behind.
83. Swivel over. Repeat behind.
84. Valley up. Repeat behind.
85.
Mountain top flaps into
pocket.
86.
Mountain the double layer
about 1/4th the width.
Towards the tail, the fold will
terminate at an angle, and
at the other end, a swivel
will form. Repeat behind.
87. Reverse fold back. Repeat
behind.
88. Mountain behind wing. Repeat behind. 89. Valley to existing crease. Repeat behind. 90. Crimp
88. Mountain behind wing. Repeat behind. 89. Valley to existing crease. Repeat behind. 90. Crimp
88. Mountain behind wing. Repeat behind. 89. Valley to existing crease. Repeat behind. 90. Crimp

88.

Mountain behind wing. Repeat behind.

89.

Valley to existing crease. Repeat behind.

90.

Crimp the tail section. See step 91 for positioning.

90. Crimp the tail section. See step 91 for positioning. 91. Collapse upwards. 92. Outside reverse
90. Crimp the tail section. See step 91 for positioning. 91. Collapse upwards. 92. Outside reverse
90. Crimp the tail section. See step 91 for positioning. 91. Collapse upwards. 92. Outside reverse
90. Crimp the tail section. See step 91 for positioning. 91. Collapse upwards. 92. Outside reverse
90. Crimp the tail section. See step 91 for positioning. 91. Collapse upwards. 92. Outside reverse

91.

Collapse upwards.

Collapse upwards.
Collapse upwards.

92. Outside reverse fold.

92. Outside reverse fold.
92. Outside reverse fold.

93. Sink the indicated regions.

93. Sink the indicated regions.
93. Sink the indicated regions.

94.

Reverse fold the indicated areas.

95.

Valley over a single layer. Repeat behind.

96.

Pull the center flap fowards while pulling the side flaps outwards.

97. Open sink.
97. Open sink.
99.
99.
while pulling the side flaps outwards. 97. Open sink. 99. 98. Reverse the four hidden corners

98. Reverse the four hidden corners down.

Reverse the first of the three points down. Note how the bottom five layers are distributed.

99-101 100. Swivel. 101. Reverse into pocket. Repeat steps 99-101 behind. 102. Swivel. 103. Tuck
99-101
99-101
99-101 100. Swivel. 101. Reverse into pocket. Repeat steps 99-101 behind. 102. Swivel. 103. Tuck the

100.

Swivel.

101. Reverse into pocket. Repeat steps 99-101 behind.

102. Swivel.

into pocket. Repeat steps 99-101 behind. 102. Swivel. 103. Tuck the bottom hidden points into the
into pocket. Repeat steps 99-101 behind. 102. Swivel. 103. Tuck the bottom hidden points into the

103.

Tuck the bottom hidden points into the center of the model.

104.

Spread apart the flap flat, while pulling it into an upright position.

105. Valley down.

pulling it into an upright position. 105. Valley down. 106. Valley up. 107. Valley down. 108.
pulling it into an upright position. 105. Valley down. 106. Valley up. 107. Valley down. 108.
pulling it into an upright position. 105. Valley down. 106. Valley up. 107. Valley down. 108.
pulling it into an upright position. 105. Valley down. 106. Valley up. 107. Valley down. 108.

106.

Valley up.

107. Valley down.

108. Undo pleat.

106-108 109. Repeat steps 106-108 in mirror image. 112. Pull out single layer. 115. Rabbit

106-108

109.

Repeat steps 106-108 in mirror image.

109. Repeat steps 106-108 in mirror image. 112. Pull out single layer. 115. Rabbit ear. 118.

112.

Pull out single layer.

106-108 in mirror image. 112. Pull out single layer. 115. Rabbit ear. 118. Valley over. 121.

115.

Rabbit ear.

106-108 in mirror image. 112. Pull out single layer. 115. Rabbit ear. 118. Valley over. 121.

118.

Valley over.

106-108 in mirror image. 112. Pull out single layer. 115. Rabbit ear. 118. Valley over. 121.

121.

Mountain behind.

ear. 118. Valley over. 121. Mountain behind. 110. Asymmetrical squash. 113. Squash. 116. Unsink. 119.

110. Asymmetrical squash.

over. 121. Mountain behind. 110. Asymmetrical squash. 113. Squash. 116. Unsink. 119. Swivel. 122. Flip the

113. Squash.

Mountain behind. 110. Asymmetrical squash. 113. Squash. 116. Unsink. 119. Swivel. 122. Flip the points. 111.

116. Unsink.

behind. 110. Asymmetrical squash. 113. Squash. 116. Unsink. 119. Swivel. 122. Flip the points. 111. Squash.

119. Swivel.

Asymmetrical squash. 113. Squash. 116. Unsink. 119. Swivel. 122. Flip the points. 111. Squash. 114. Precrease.

122. Flip the points.

113. Squash. 116. Unsink. 119. Swivel. 122. Flip the points. 111. Squash. 114. Precrease. 117. Swivel

111. Squash.

116. Unsink. 119. Swivel. 122. Flip the points. 111. Squash. 114. Precrease. 117. Swivel up. 120.

114. Precrease.

Swivel. 122. Flip the points. 111. Squash. 114. Precrease. 117. Swivel up. 120. Mountain behind. 123.

117. Swivel up.

the points. 111. Squash. 114. Precrease. 117. Swivel up. 120. Mountain behind. 123. Valley through intersection

120. Mountain behind.

114. Precrease. 117. Swivel up. 120. Mountain behind. 123. Valley through intersection of creases. See step

123. Valley through intersection of creases. See step 124 for positioning.

124. Spread squash. 127. Pleat downwards. 130. Pull the single layer up as far as

124. Spread squash.

124. Spread squash. 127. Pleat downwards. 130. Pull the single layer up as far as possible.

127. Pleat downwards.

124. Spread squash. 127. Pleat downwards. 130. Pull the single layer up as far as possible.

130.

Pull the single layer up as far as possible.

downwards. 130. Pull the single layer up as far as possible. 133. Sread the wings apart,

133.

Sread the wings apart, allowing the front to spread apart too. To flatten, fold the top of the cowl over.

spread apart too. To flatten, fold the top of the cowl over. 125. Swivel at each
spread apart too. To flatten, fold the top of the cowl over. 125. Swivel at each

125. Swivel at each side.

fold the top of the cowl over. 125. Swivel at each side. 128. Completed propeller. 126.

128. Completed propeller.

126. Swivel at right. Bring colored layer to surface.

126. Swivel at right. Bring colored layer to surface. 129. Valley up (there are no reference

129. Valley up (there are no reference points).

to surface. 129. Valley up (there are no reference points). 131. Pleat the excess into the

131. Pleat the excess into the center pocket.

points). 131. Pleat the excess into the center pocket. 129-131 132. Repeat steps 129-131 behind. 134.

129-131

132. Repeat steps 129-131 behind.

the center pocket. 129-131 132. Repeat steps 129-131 behind. 134. Collapse the sides inwards at 90º.

134. Collapse the sides inwards at 90º. You can trim the sides to taste with mountain folds.

behind. 134. Collapse the sides inwards at 90º. You can trim the sides to taste with

135. Completed cowl.

136. 137. Valley at 45º 138. 139. Squash over.   View of lower wing. Precrease.
136. 137. Valley at 45º 138. 139. Squash over.   View of lower wing. Precrease.
136. 137. Valley at 45º 138. 139. Squash over.   View of lower wing. Precrease.
136. 137. Valley at 45º 138. 139. Squash over.   View of lower wing. Precrease.

136.

137.

Valley at 45º

138.

139.

Squash over.

 

View of lower wing. Precrease.

View of lower wing. Precrease.

through intersection of precrease and center.

through intersection of precrease and center.

Wrap a single layer around.

Wrap a single layer around.
  View of lower wing. Precrease. through intersection of precrease and center. Wrap a single layer
  View of lower wing. Precrease. through intersection of precrease and center. Wrap a single layer

140.

Wrap a single layer around.

141.

Spread squash.

142. Rabbit ear the tip of the strut.

143.

Raise the wing and strut, tucking its tip

Raise the wing and strut, tucking its tip
into the pocket on the upper wing. Repeat steps 136- 143 on other wing.
into the pocket on the upper wing. Repeat steps 136- 143 on other wing.
into the pocket on the upper wing. Repeat steps 136- 143 on other wing.

into the pocket on the upper wing. Repeat steps 136- 143 on other wing.

144.

145. Valley up.

146.

Pull out a single

147.

Valley down while

 

Detail of landing gear. Precrease.

Detail of landing gear. Precrease. Shape with
Detail of landing gear. Precrease. Shape with

Shape with

 
  Detail of landing gear. Precrease. Shape with   layer from each side. incorporating reverse folds.

layer from each side.

layer from each side.

incorporating reverse folds.

148.

149.

Round off with

150.

Completed wheel.

mountain folds.

mountain folds.

Repeat steps 144- 149 behind.

 
   
 
 

151.

Completed Biplane II ©1996 Marc Kirschenbaum

 
Bird Designed and diagrammed by Andy Carpenter 1998. Use a square of thick paper or

Bird

Designed and diagrammed by Andy Carpenter 1998.

Use a square of thick paper or foil backed paper. An 11 inch square will produce a model approximately 8.5 by 3 inches.

1. Precrease with a diagonal 2. Continue precreasing. valley fold and divide the sides 3.
1. Precrease with a diagonal
2. Continue precreasing.
valley fold and divide the sides
3. Fold left side of model over as shown.
The new mountain fold should be placed
such that the paper folds flat.
into 1/8's.
6.
5. Repeat step 3 on right side of paper.
4.
7. Valley fold downwards to
form a flap. The paper
8. The valley fold at the bottom
bisects the angle. Lift the flap
back upwards to form a
triangle.
9. Folds at the top and bottom trisect
the angle. The fold on the right
bisects the angle.
should lay flat.

Copyright Andy Carpenter (1998)

10. Repeat steps 7 - 9 on the left side of the paper. The model

10. Repeat steps 7 - 9 on the left side of the paper. The model will not lie flat after this.

11. Turn the paper over and make the folds shown. The folds were formed in
11. Turn the paper over and make the
folds shown. The folds were formed in
step 2.
and make the folds shown. The folds were formed in step 2. 13. Side view of

13. Side view of bird. Crimp the paper.

14. Turn the paper over to see it from the underside.

o v e r t o s e e i t from the underside. 12. First

12. First mountain fold the paper behind at the bottom to form the tail. Then mountain fold the paper in half.

to form the tail. Then mountain fold the paper in half. 15. Pull the paper out

15. Pull the paper out where the arrows are.

paper in half. 15. Pull the paper out where the arrows are. 16. The paper should

16. The paper should look like above (or at least similar).

16. The paper should look like above (or at least similar). 17. Enlarged view of left

17. Enlarged view of left leg from 16. Thin legs by valley folding top half and sink folding lower half. Leg should stand up. Repeat on the right leg.

lower half. Leg should stand up. Repeat on the right leg. 18. Enlarged view of left

18. Enlarged view of left leg. Valley fold the leg over from right to left. Repeat on other leg.

Copyright Andy Carpenter (1998)

19. Crimp the neck.

22. The model should look as above.

25. Enlarged view of spread out foot from the underside. Fold to form three claws. Tweezers may help here. Repeat on other foot.

27. Fold to shape bird as shown.

20. Shape the head as above.

23. Enlarged view of one of the legs. Crimp the leg and repeat on other leg.

21. Form the beak.

24. Spread out the paper on the foot as much as possible.

26. Enlarged view of tail area only. Fold to shape tail feathers.

28. The completed bird. With some manipulation of the tail and feet it should be possible to balance the bird on its feet.

Copyright Andy Carpenter (1998)

Copyright Andy Carpenter (1998)

Copyright Andy Carpenter (1998)

Bird of Paradise c Ronald Koh - 1973 1. Begin with an equilateral triangle, about
Bird of Paradise c Ronald Koh - 1973 1. Begin with an equilateral triangle, about

Bird of Paradise

c
c

Ronald Koh

-

1973

Bird of Paradise c Ronald Koh - 1973 1. Begin with an equilateral triangle, about 15
1.
1.

Begin with an equilateral triangle, about 15 cm to each side. Fold and fold.

2.
2.

Fold to the crease line in the centre

3.
3.

and turn paper over.

4.
4.

In this step, only the top layer is folded. Bring the lower edges to the middle.

5. C A B
5.
C
A
B

Mountain fold each of the corners under as shown, at the mid-point between A and B and parallel to line B and C.

6. Fold in half.
6.
Fold in half.

7.

D

C B
C
B

Imagine BCD as an isosceles triangle. Valley fold as illustrated and crease well.

.8
.8

Fold down and crease well

9.
9.

then unfold Steps 7 and 8.

10.
10.

Reverse fold along the crease lines made in Step 7.

11.
11.

Reverse fold again along creases made in Step 8.

12.
12.

Fold and unfold, creasing firmly

13.
13.

then valley fold to the crease made in Step 12.

14.
14.
Fold over 17.
Fold over
17.

Outside reverse fold on the left

20.

14. Fold over 17. Outside reverse fold on the left 20. Rabbit's ear. Repeat at the

Rabbit's ear. Repeat at the back.

15.
15.
16.
16.
and over. 18.
and over.
18.

and then the right, at the angle as illustrated.

Repeat Steps 12 to 15 on the other side.

19.
19.

Fold up the top and back pieces as shown.

other side. 19. Fold up the top and back pieces as shown. 21. 21. Mountain fold
21.
21.
21.
21.

Mountain fold the corner on the left, repeating behind. Reverse fold on the right

and reverse fold again. Steps 22 to 24 are close ups of the head.

22.
22.

24.

Outside reverse at the top while crimp folding below

23.

24. Outside reverse at the top while crimp folding below 23. like this. Make two consecutive
24. Outside reverse at the top while crimp folding below 23. like this. Make two consecutive

like this. Make two consecutive reverse fold to form the beak

below 23. like this. Make two consecutive reverse fold to form the beak then crimp fold

then crimp fold here to finish.

Sitting pretty!
Sitting pretty!

Black Belt in Origami

2 1 3 4 Preliminary fold 7 6 5 Pull out the loose paper (it
2
1
3
4
Preliminary fold
7
6
5
Pull out the loose paper (it helps
if you unfold to step 4 first)
Fold the point up inside the model
(you need to pull the model apart
to do this)
8
9
10
11
This is the half way stage
12
13
14
15
Repeat steps 3-8 on this side
17
18
19
20
16
Swivel the
point to the
left
See step 20
Line shown
in step 18
Fold the point up inside the model
(much harder than step 7!)
Diagrammed by R.Glynn © February 1999

Black Belt in Origami

21 26
21
26

Crimp

22 23
22
23

Repeat steps 20-21 on the right

24 Closed sinks
24
Closed sinks
25 Wrap the double layer from behind to the front
25
Wrap the double layer
from behind to the front

Tuck inside

27
27
28
28
29 Sqash to form feet
29
Sqash to form feet
behind to the front Tuck inside 27 28 29 Sqash to form feet 30 Tuck into
behind to the front Tuck inside 27 28 29 Sqash to form feet 30 Tuck into
30
30

Tuck into pockets behind

31 Crimp
31
Crimp
32 Release trapped paper from behind
32
Release trapped paper
from behind

33

behind 31 Crimp 32 Release trapped paper from behind 33 Mountain fold shoulders, neck and head
behind 31 Crimp 32 Release trapped paper from behind 33 Mountain fold shoulders, neck and head

Mountain fold shoulders, neck and head simultaneously

34
34
35
35

36

from behind 33 Mountain fold shoulders, neck and head simultaneously 34 35 36 37 Diagrammed by
from behind 33 Mountain fold shoulders, neck and head simultaneously 34 35 36 37 Diagrammed by

37

from behind 33 Mountain fold shoulders, neck and head simultaneously 34 35 36 37 Diagrammed by

Diagrammed by R.Glynn © February 1999

Boat III

Designed

A variation from Sy's Boat

taking advantage

in 4/97

and diagrammed

in 5/97;

II but effectively

of rectangle shape

1. Start from rectangle (3x4,

A4,

letter-size, or most of the magazine

papers) with boat color up; Fold

right side; Fold and unfold
right side; Fold and
unfold

left side

boat color up; Fold right side; Fold and unfold left side 2. Enlarged; Fold and unfold
2. Enlarged; Fold and unfold
2. Enlarged;
Fold and unfold

4.

Fold and unfold left side 2. Enlarged; Fold and unfold 4. 5. 7. Open to form

5.

and unfold left side 2. Enlarged; Fold and unfold 4. 5. 7. Open to form 3D
7. Open to form 3D 8. Finished
7. Open
to form
3D
8. Finished

3. Fold

© 1997

3 corners

Sy Chen

to form 3D 8. Finished 3. Fold © 1997 3 corners Sy Chen 6. Repeat steps

6. Repeat steps 2-5 for left hand side

3. Fold © 1997 3 corners Sy Chen 6. Repeat steps 2-5 for left hand side

* Ready for variation? Try to make this one.

3. Fold © 1997 3 corners Sy Chen 6. Repeat steps 2-5 for left hand side
Start with Specially Made 2 toned paper. Or Make your own by mountain and valley
Start with Specially Made 2 toned paper. Or Make your own by mountain and valley

Start with Specially Made 2 toned paper.

Or Make your own by mountain and valley folding.

paper. Or Make your own by mountain and valley folding. 1) Crease on inticated lines. B
paper. Or Make your own by mountain and valley folding. 1) Crease on inticated lines. B

1) Crease on inticated lines.

B A C C 2) Fold so point A lies on line BC
B
A C
C
2) Fold so point
A lies on line
BC
B A 3) Unfold
B
A
3) Unfold
A C C 2) Fold so point A lies on line BC B A 3) Unfold

4) Repeat 2 & 3 symetrically on the left side.

A B D C
A
B
D
C

5) fold top back.

6) grasp points A & B and swing down so piont C & D meet.

A B D C
A
B
D
C

Midway through

step 6.

A D C
A
D C

B

7) Fold and Unfold.

B D C Midway through step 6. A D C B 7) Fold and Unfold. 8)

8) Inside

Reverse.

step 6. A D C B 7) Fold and Unfold. 8) Inside Reverse. 9) The result.

9) The result. turn over.

and Unfold. 8) Inside Reverse. 9) The result. turn over. Back Side. Front Side. 10) Fold
and Unfold. 8) Inside Reverse. 9) The result. turn over. Back Side. Front Side. 10) Fold

Back Side.

Front Side.

10) Fold and Unfold

11) fold under and tuck in pocket.

12) Tuck the two triangles into the pocket, do not tuck in pointer underneath.

Book Mark 1 by Kim Best

Email -- Kim.Best@m.cc.utah.edu

Start with Specially Made 2 toned paper. Or Make your own by mountain and valley

Start with Specially Made 2 toned paper.

Start with Specially Made 2 toned paper. Or Make your own by mountain and valley folding.

Or Make your own by mountain and valley folding.

paper. Or Make your own by mountain and valley folding. 1) Make a preliminary fold. 2)

1) Make a preliminary fold.

by mountain and valley folding. 1) Make a preliminary fold. 2) Valley fold front layer only.

2) Valley fold front layer only.

1) Make a preliminary fold. 2) Valley fold front layer only. 3) Valley fold front layer

3) Valley fold front layer only.

fold front layer only. 3) Valley fold front layer only. 4) Unfold to step 2. 5
fold front layer only. 3) Valley fold front layer only. 4) Unfold to step 2. 5

4) Unfold to step 2. 5) Tuck underneath.

2. 5 ) T u c k u n d e r n e a t

6) Two reverse folds.

k u n d e r n e a t h . 6) Two reverse folds.

7) Fold and unfold.

8) Two reverse folds.
8) Two reverse folds.
Two reverse folds. 7) Fold and unfold. 8) Two reverse folds. 9) Fold and unfold. 1

9) Fold and unfold.

Fold and unfold. 8) Two reverse folds. 9) Fold and unfold. 1 0 ) f o

10) fold under and tuck in pocket.

Back Side. 11) Tuck the two triangles into the pocket, do not tuck in pointer
Back Side.
11) Tuck the
two triangles
into the pocket,
do not tuck in
pointer underneath.
Front Side.

Book Mark 2 by Kim Best

Email -- Kim.Best@m.cc.utah.edu

1) Crease diagonal 2 ) R a b b i t e a r One-fifth
1) Crease diagonal 2 ) R a b b i t e a r One-fifth

1) Crease diagonal

1) Crease diagonal 2 ) R a b b i t e a r One-fifth of

2) Rabbit ear One-fifth of the way in.

) R a b b i t e a r One-fifth of the way in. 3)

3) Squash fold

i t e a r One-fifth of the way in. 3) Squash fold 4 ) V
i t e a r One-fifth of the way in. 3) Squash fold 4 ) V

4) Valley fold small flap and crease diagonal

5) Turn over and blintz.

6) collapse

along the

creases.

5) Turn over and blintz. 6) collapse along the creases. 7) A type of petal fold.
7) A type of petal fold.
7) A type of
petal fold.
6) collapse along the creases. 7) A type of petal fold. 13) Open up pocket on
6) collapse along the creases. 7) A type of petal fold. 13) Open up pocket on

13) Open up pocket on the bottom.

8) Like this. Turn over.
8) Like this.
Turn over.
13) Open up pocket on the bottom. 8) Like this. Turn over. 14) 9) (Top of

14)

Open up pocket on the bottom. 8) Like this. Turn over. 14) 9) (Top of front

9) (Top of front cut away) Make another odd petal fold.

10) Two valley folds.

11) (Top portion only shown) Two swivel folds.

valley folds. 11) (Top portion only shown) Two swivel folds. 12) Tuck in Pockets below. 15)

12) Tuck in Pockets below.

only shown) Two swivel folds. 12) Tuck in Pockets below. 15) Step 14 and 15 are

15) Step 14 and 15 are to secure pocket.

in Pockets below. 15) Step 14 and 15 are to secure pocket. Back Front Heart Bookmark
Back
Back
Front
Front

Heart Bookmark by Kim Best

Inpired by the Heart Models by Francis OW

email -- Kim.Best@m.cc.utah.edu

Created during the CDO convention December 1995 in Vicenza

Created during the CDO convention December 1995 in Vicenza 1 3 2 4 5 6

1

Created during the CDO convention December 1995 in Vicenza 1 3 2 4 5 6

3

Created during the CDO convention December 1995 in Vicenza 1 3 2 4 5 6
2 4
2
4
7 Model becomes 3D 9 Put flap under Repeat step 7-9 on other points 8

7 Model becomes 3D

7 Model becomes 3D 9 Put flap under Repeat step 7-9 on other points 8 10

9 Put flap under Repeat step 7-9 on other points

7 Model becomes 3D 9 Put flap under Repeat step 7-9 on other points 8 10
8 10 Form foot
8
10 Form foot
7 Model becomes 3D 9 Put flap under Repeat step 7-9 on other points 8 10

Braided Paper - J.C. Nolan 2/13/92

High Intermediate difficulty level. A 10" piece of paper produces a 3 3/4" model.

level. A 10" piece of paper produces a 3 3/4" model. 1. Fold and unfold laterally.
level. A 10" piece of paper produces a 3 3/4" model. 1. Fold and unfold laterally.
level. A 10" piece of paper produces a 3 3/4" model. 1. Fold and unfold laterally.

1. Fold and unfold laterally.

A

B

a 3 3/4" model. 1. Fold and unfold laterally. A B 4. Following the existing creases,

4. Following the existing creases,

start to fold a windmill base, bringing points A and B to the center.

2. Fold and unfold in fourths. Turn over.

B A D
B
A
D

3. Fold and unfold. Turn over.

C

fourths. Turn over. B A D 3. Fold and unfold. Turn over. C 5. To complete
fourths. Turn over. B A D 3. Fold and unfold. Turn over. C 5. To complete

5. To complete the base,

do the same with C & D.

6. This is a completed windmill base. Sink all four corners.

6. This is a completed windmill base. Sink all four corners. 7. X-Ray view, reverse fold

7. X-Ray view, reverse fold the two flaps. Repeat on other three sides.

8. Pleat sink the two flaps.

Repeat on the other three sides.

A

Pleat sink the two flaps. Repeat on the other three sides. A 9. No longer an

9. No longer an X-Ray view.

Pull point A all the way down as far as it will go, thinning the diagonalsas you fold.

B A 10. Repeat on the next flap.
B
A
10. Repeat on the next flap.
Point A will become covered. C D B A
Point A will become covered.
C
D
B
A
13. The first level is complete. E F G 16. and the next flap
13. The first level is complete.
E
F
G
16. and
the next flap
B B A C 11. Repeat on the next flap.
B
B
A
C
11. Repeat on the next flap.

E

the next flap B B A C 11. Repeat on the next flap. E 14. Fold
14. Fold the next flap down. G E F 17. and the final flap, folding
14. Fold the next flap down.
G
E
F
17.
and
the final flap, folding

over the first flap, under the next,

and out the other side.

C B B A D 12. Repeat on the last flap, tucking the end inside
C
B B
A
D
12. Repeat on the last flap, tucking
the end inside when done.
E 15. and the next flap
E
15.
and
the next flap

F

B A D 12. Repeat on the last flap, tucking the end inside when done. E

18. Completed model.

The Martian Bouncing Spider

copyright 1997 by Perry Bailey

The Martian Bouncing Spider copyright 1997 by Perry Bailey 1. fold and unfold paper diagonaly in

1. fold and unfold paper diagonaly in half both ways then blintz fold in all the corner to the center.

both ways then blintz fold in all the corner to the center. 2. Blintz fold again

2. Blintz fold again the center Then unfold completely and turn the model over.

3. Fold the raw edge up to the top crease, then unfold and reapeat on
3.
Fold the raw edge up to the top crease, then
unfold and reapeat on other 3 sides.
Turn the model over.
unfold and reapeat on other 3 sides. Turn the model over. 4. Fold the raw edge

4. Fold the raw edge up to the first crease, then unfold. Repeat on other 3 sides.

5. Make a really large rabbits ear, then unfold and repeat on the other thre

5. Make a really large rabbits ear, then unfold and repeat on the other thre corners.

ear, then unfold and repeat on the other thre corners. 7. Collapse the model in to

7. Collapse the model in to a long armed pinwheel.

corners. 7. Collapse the model in to a long armed pinwheel. 6. This is all of

6. This is all of the folds after step 5, from here we go to the crease pattern to fold this into a long armed windmill.

the crease pattern to fold this into a long armed windmill. 8. The model should have

8. The model should have collapsed into a large pinwheel type shape. Note the small square in the center of the model remains flat through out the collapse. In the next diagram you will see only 1 arm shown.

10. Note that the bottom most preliminary base is four layers, put two layers to
10. Note that the bottom most preliminary base is four layers, put two layers to

10.

Note that the bottom most preliminary base is four layers, put two layers to each side, the other folds will be only 1 layer each.

to each side, the other folds will be only 1 layer each. 9. Notice creases on

9. Notice creases on the arm of the model, the next step is to use these creses to fold each arm into 3 preliminary base each one opposite to the one before.

into 3 preliminary base each one opposite to the one before. 11. Three layers of preliminary

11. Three layers of preliminary bases on on top the other.

11. Three layers of preliminary bases on on top the other. 12. This is an enlarged

12. This is an enlarged view of the leg we just folded. Now we fold half of a bird base.

of the leg we just folded. Now we fold half of a bird base. 13. Fold

13. Fold another half of a bird base, but in the opposite direction.

16.

14.

16. 14. Fold the final half of a bird base in opposite direction of the previous

Fold the final half of a bird base in opposite direction of the previous one.

Repeat steps 9 through 15 on all legs.
Repeat steps 9
through 15 on all
legs.
the previous one. Repeat steps 9 through 15 on all legs. 15. Finished view of one

15. Finished view of one leg.

9 through 15 on all legs. 15. Finished view of one leg. 17. Now to finish

17. Now to finish your martian bouncing spider, grab the tip of each leg one at a time and gently pull in out till the middle of the leg becomes tube like.

Odd note here if you feel the need to improve your spiders bounce some careful
Odd note here if you feel the need to improve your
spiders bounce some careful wet folding at the end,
or glue if you want to hold the square part of his
body together, or just use stiff paper like I do and
it should work just fine! Perry

18. Each leg will pull out like this.

work just fine! Perry 18. Each leg will pull out like this. now tap the x

now tap the x and

Finished!!!!

watch him bounce! With practice you can even dribble your spider.

$ Butterfly

Copyright 1998-99 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved A dollar bill makes a model 55mm long with a 65mm wingspan. For your first attempt, begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill.

begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Begin black side up. Valley-crease,
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Begin black side up. Valley-crease,
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Begin black side up. Valley-crease,
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Begin black side up. Valley-crease,
begin with a 3x7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. 1. Begin black side up. Valley-crease,

1. Begin black side up.

Valley-crease, the horizontal not too sharply. Turn over.

Valley-crease, the horizontal not too sharply. Turn over. 2. Crease halfway, making a mark. 3. Soft

2. Crease halfway,

making a mark.

3. Soft mountain-fold

on 45-degree line.

making a mark. 3. Soft mountain-fold on 45-degree line. 4. Pinch where mark from step 2

4. Pinch where mark from

step 2 hits edge. Unfold.

line. 4. Pinch where mark from step 2 hits edge. Unfold. 5. Use mark from previous

5. Use mark from previous

step to make this valley- fold. Unfold.

mark from previous step to make this valley- fold. Unfold. 6. Use the 2 existing creases

6. Use the 2 existing

creases to add 3 more.

fold. Unfold. 6. Use the 2 existing creases to add 3 more. 7. Pinch halfway marks

7. Pinch halfway marks

where indicated.

8. Mountain in half.

8 . M o u n t a i n i n h a l f

9. Crease and unfold.

n t a i n i n h a l f . 9. Crease and unfold.

10. Crease and unfold, bisecting.

Crease from previous step will align with vertical crease.

bisecting. Crease from previous step will align with vertical crease. 11. Reverse-fold, in-and-out. 12. Reverse-fold.

11. Reverse-fold, in-and-out.

bisecting. Crease from previous step will align with vertical crease. 11. Reverse-fold, in-and-out. 12. Reverse-fold.

12. Reverse-fold.

$ Butterfly (continued)

Copyright 1998-99 Stephen Hecht. All R