By Peter Engel
10 steps or less—thats all youll have to research 26 wonderful origami folds with 10-Fold Origami.
A thoroughly unique tackle a really well known vintage topic, 10-Fold Origami from popular origami artist Peter Engel, gains attractive images and easy-to-follow illustrations for 26 wide-ranging origami models.
From the vintage pinwheel and sailboat to the extra adventurous high-heeled shoe and bat, this publication makes a superb present for folders of all degrees.
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42 FOR THE ROMANTIC 2. Valley-fold top and bottom edges to the horizontal centerline. Unfold. 3. 3. Valley-fold to the creases formed in the previous step and swing loose paper from back to front. 4. INSERT PICTURE 4. Repeat step 3 on left- and right-hand edges. 5. 5. Pull out loose paper and flatten. Insert picture into the pocket. 6. 6. Reverse-fold four triangles behind to lock picture into place. 43 10-FOLD ORIGAMI 6A. 6A. Turn over. 7. Valley-fold triangles into pockets. Turn over. To produce a fancier frame, complete step 7 and skip to step 9.
5. Narrow trunk with 1. Precrease one diagonal. Mountain-fold sides behind to meet at centerline and valley-fold top downward. 60 valley-folds. The upper portion of the paper on each side will swing down automatically. WILD KINGDOM Z X Y W 7. 7A. 7B. 6. Valley-fold so that outer portion of ear flaps aligns with interior crease. 7. 8. Valley-fold in order to expose white flap (tusk) adjacent to trunk on the other side of the model (see step 10). In order for the tusk to lie flat, the upper portion of the tusk will need to be stretched, squashed, and flattened into a tiny triangle.
7A. Valley-fold tip to begin rounding of upper scoop. 7B. Add more tiny valley-folds to round tip. Turn model over. 9. Add more tiny mountainfolds to complete rounding of upper scoop. Valley-fold sides of cone to align with edges on back, not edges on front. 9. Completed Double-Scoop Cone. Reverse the front and back colors or use paper that is colored on both sides to form different flavors. 10. Optional: Form two tiny pleats to suggest the spiral shape of the cone. Each crease is perpendicular to the right-hand edge.