Basic Origami Forms : Origami: Masu Box Part 3

Basic Origami Forms : Origami: Masu Box Part 3


In this clip I will show you how to fold the
inside division for your Masu box. This was designed by Paolo Mesada. And it can be found
in the origami handbook by Rick Beach. Starting with your sheet of paper, we are going to
fold, color side up, fold diagonals.
And unfold, and fold the other diagonal. Now with the color side down, we are going to
fold one of the horizontals and right in the middle. Fold a horizontal, essentially folding
the paper in half into a rectangle. Now that we’ve done that we are going to divide the
sheet of paper into thirds. And there are specific ways to do that, but I just kind
of eyeball it. So holding the edges so that we look at it and see if it’s folded in thirds,
and it looks pretty good. So we make our mark, marking crease, open it back out and fold
this edge up to that crease that we just made, making sure the edges are all flush. That
way we can be certain that it is a nice ninety degree angle, and fold this section down,
and we’ve essentially folded the sheet of paper into thirds. Open it back up, and we
are going to do the same thing on this side. But this time it’s easier, because our edges
are going to meet these two points where this diagonal line intercepts with the third horizontal
line. So this point comes up to where these lines intersect, fold, and that’s your third,
this way. Fold down, and you have your third.

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