Basic Origami Forms : Origami: 1000 Cranes Part 2

Basic Origami Forms : Origami: 1000 Cranes Part 2


So first fold your sheet of paper, divide
it accordingly so that you will have four sections, and each section has the necessary
creases for a preliminary base. And here I have one that is already folded, and I cut
it from the inside out, so it will become something like this. And for each of these
fold your preliminary base and from the preliminary base fold your crane base. Now this is, I
believe, a rather simple model to fold, however, it does require patience and gentle folding
especially at the connecting points. So once you have folded the preliminary base, and
the bird bases, and the crane base, folding the sides in, then you can start opening it
and doing the inside reverse fold, like this. And eventually what you will have, this is
one of the cranes, fold up the inside reverse fold for the tail. And eventually what you
will have is a ring of cranes.

1 thought on “Basic Origami Forms : Origami: 1000 Cranes Part 2

  1. Actually, Japanese origami does cut the paper sometimes. Outside of Japan, it has become taboo. Gaijin are apparently too Japanese for the Japanese

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