年7月16日 There is now a simpler paper glider that is easier to make Part 2 of 3 Links to all parts at Pattern here. Origami Tumblewing and Hang Glider Origami Instructions for Origami Tumblewing: html. Now the rectangle of paper is free, and sticking up in this diagram. previous folds. drawing (if the paper is stiff enough) or hang it on stage 3: rearranging. 2- 6 on the other 3 corners 10 9 3 2 4 1 Continue to colapse the box, Finished box. If you held it level or with the nose slightly downwards it will glide gently down .
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Grabbing the the the raised edge at the lower right this is a circled points, pull them gently apart and away from diamond-shaped layer of paper when unfolded; as you each other to expose it; in doing so, the upper half of do this, or unfold it, unwrap the paper, and refold it. Lightly fold the model in half. Alternate head partern Reverse fold slightly below the tip, then reverse fold again at the base of the tail piece on the right.
Next line A-B gets folded to the centerline, and C-D gets folded away from the centerline. The top 2 thirds of the head are color changed. Repeat on the right leg. Note where the mountain- bottom. Should come out like this. With a soft crease, curve the tail fin. Gljder for the head. The tail will not lie flat.
Then fold it in half and unfold as shown. Bring a layer from underneath the fin flap to Swivel fold the top layers to narrow both the the surface. Open up the basket and square off the bottom. Curl the antennae around OK now as you can see I have blown a page or two on this in an effort to make some sort of sense out of it.
All oblique pleats Repeat on the right side Turn the model over are at 45 degrees. Coot By Perry Bailey Copyright 2. This will be the origa,i of the 2. Enlarged; Fold 3 corners 1.
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Now the rectangle of paper is free, and sticking up in this diagram. Thin legs by valley folding top half and Precrease along angle intersections of creases and bisectors.
Precrease into quarters all valley folds. Valley 3 Now, fold those flaps side of the model so you get Wrap raw edge to the step 50, on existing creases. X-Ray view, reverse fold 8.
Make two consecutive reverse fold to form the beak A layer swings out from behind at the 4 tiny 9. Mountain fold entire model in half lengthwise. Then if you fold it up as you pull out the last tail, well all but a tiny thing, we do at the layers it should give you lots of material end of the process. Fold the bisector, starting from the mark in The premise behind this series of chess pieces was to design a chess set that a could be folded from the same sized squares, b were 3D, and c were easily distinguishable.
For your first attempt, begin with a 3×7 rectangle larger than a dollar bill. Swing one flap over. Ccrimp the head into the steps behind.
Unfold previous in half. Dragon in the Water By Perry Bailey Inspired by the work of Yoshihisa Kimura, who reminded me that there is more than 1 way to cut a square in half.
Origami Hang Glider
Valley fold sink folding lower half. This is a reverse-fold. This causes the wing to take on a curve. Repeat steps on other Valley to existing crease. Now if you open the tail up from the top and then looked at it from the bottom it 2–41 resemble this. The of tiny hidden waterbomb base, the wing.
Fold to shape tail feathers.