In addition to the obvious ululation that swarms human minds, the Sat channel is in the air. That it’s it, now, I see. Guys, here’s the thing. Today I’m going to teach you a basis that It’s called waterbomb, it looks that way. Some people call it fish scale This base is a simple base, it does not exactly have an author Like someone created it here, no, it’s a simple origami base that several origamists have been developing With time and they have managed to make this type of fold that has a basic principle Relatively simple, but that the result is quite complex and because of this it mutates, you can manipulate it, change its shape without harming the structure. So Let’s learn then? Let’s do it. You can take a sheet of common sulphite (A4), take this edge And slopes with the other edge in this way. Then you take that part that is left over and cut off. Fold to mark where you need to cut and then you cut. Now that we have our Paper in square shape, we will fold in half, folding tip with tip. Here this case I’m using a bone folder. You do not need it You can use your nails. I use it because I make many folding, I make a lot of origami then it hurts my fingers. Now that we have made that mark, we can mark the Tip with tip again, we divide in 2 parts, we will divide now in 4. And now on the other side too, tip with tip in the center. We divide into 4 parts, now we are going to divide into 8 parts Let’s take that side and take to this side we just marked. Now let’s get that mark we just made and crease again. Now we need to crease the other half It is important you remember that the 1st crease you made was this one and not the one you just did. You have to take this tip here. Now the last crease, this line is in the first mark. Okay, guys, we split the paper into 8 pieces, now that we split it horizontally, Let’s divide vertically, with the same number of divisions. Starting by bending in the middle. Now that we’ve split it in half, we’ll take that tip and take it in to the middle Same thing on the other side. We split it in 4, now we’re going to split it in 8. There’s a technique for you Do this in a less confusing way, because sometimes you can get confused In which of the lines you have to follow with the paper. We will mark this line and this line, right? We’re going to take that side of the paper to this line. And now here you will take it here. Same thing here, this side will meet where we made the crease Same thing down here. Ok, now that we mark the paper in 8 parts vertically and horizontally, We’ll mark it diagonally. For that we’re going to turn the paper on the other side, right? Let’s start by taking that tip to the other Now that we have made that first mark, Let’s get this tip and take it to the middle. Same thing on the other side. Let’s do that x again we have to In this line and in that line. Let’s get this tip. And lead to the point that we drew Now we lead to this point Same thing here. Let’s take it to that point that we make and now at this point We split the paper into 8. * Sorry, I said it was to divide a diagonal into 8 and another diagonal into 16, But it is easier if you divide the two diagonals into 16 * It goes the same way we started before, First divides in the middle, Then we took the middle line we just made. Same thing on the other side. We mark where we just made the creases and we followed first On the top and then on the bottom Same thing on the other side. On the top and then on the bottom Let’s erase that mark that we made because we will not need it anymore so let’s mark intermittent lines, a yes and a no. The first line that appears On the diagonal, then jump one, on the second, jump one, then the next, jump one and the last one. These are the marks on which we will lead the tips. Skip one, on the second … After I marked this first part, do you see how the lines start to get more confusing? that’s why we marked, to get easier where you have to lead. It’s important that you do this at the beginning, so you do not get confused, but when you have A little more experience, it is interesting that you do without the marks, because from there you learn better how that it works the basic principle of this type of fold. We’re done Our folding mapping, basically what we were doing so far, Was simply to speak to the paper: “I just need those kinds of folds to make this origami” Now we have to re-adjust it so that it takes on the form we want. Everything we need is here, mapped, it’s already marked on paper. Let’s do Let’s make each square have this type of format. He will do it here, it will do this cinematic process. There’s going to be a little square here, another here, one here, and a square here. Let’s start with this first row, I drew here for you to see, let’s Start with this row here. Let’s mark it here, that row has to stay up. How do we get started? Down here, where you will not manipulate for now, you’ll make A kind of accordion, will start with the 1st mark. Do not forget that it is not To add more folds, you just have to follow the folds you make so far this is important. So let’s make some kind of accordion, zig zag, or a fan. And here you do not manipulate. One up, one down, Do not be afraid to manipulate the paper, without hurting it, but without fear of transforming it. Down here we have an “accordion”. Now up here, we’ll fix it. Let’s start with the first square, You realize that as I move, he wants to take that format. Let’s fix it here. And then you close the first square careful that down here sometimes It is slightly out of the fold, then you have to fix it We have the first square ready Let’s go to the next square Remember that this central axis sometimes stays up You have to put it down. Arrange the outside that is easier and arrange the other side too We made the second square Look how it’s taking cool shape Let’s go to the third square take the central axis down And join the opposing triangles Now the last one Make this folding pattern in the first row will be the easiest, guys The paper does not have so much stiffness on the sides, the problem is in the center But we make it together, it will work We made the first row, it has this format Let’s make the second row Skip a line and raise the second The beginning is different from the first line The first full square will be in the second column And not at the beginning Let’s do that accordion process again Only on the contrary, what was up is down and so on Basically we are reversing the valley fold to fold mountain and so on Careful not to tear the paper, the sulfite is a little delicate We start with half a square We take that side and we take this point same thing on the tip side Now let’s make the first whole square Always remember that the center axis must be down Join the triangles in the middle next Always the center axis down and the end of the square upwards Try to align the triangles, always with care and patience Now we are in the last half of square We have two rows ready, two more to go Let’s raise the second line of this row Open the paper a little Don’t be afraid to open the paper, the folds we have already made will not come undone Now we start with the whole square again We just have to be careful where the square ends Because where the central axis is down and the crease where the square has to be up Let’s go to the last line, open the paper again Now starts again with half a square and the whole square starts on the second column Your waterbomb base is ready! two cautions you need to have to make this origami you need to know what is fold valley and mountain fold All origami is composed of folds valleys and folds mountains valley fold and mountain fold All the time you have to reverse the mountains folds to valleys folds and the opposite also The second caution is the rows The first row has 4 whole squares The second row has 3 squares and two halves having that in mind, you will hardly get confused doing this kind of origami Is not an extremely easy origami to make But it’s also not as difficult as people can judge at first I tried to simplify as much as possible But origami is also this process of discovery For you to find out which is the best method or what works best for you It is often through manipulation Is discovering alone through the act of folding for yourself Trying to modify and discover on your own Researchers, designers, engineers, chemists among other professions They are appropriating this origami and other types of folding To generate more knowledge and also to apply in the day to day, in the industry In various types of scales and situations, for the sake of saving not only material But also transport and also to increase the functionality of things So you have that initial contact with origami can be interesting, can open doors This technique of connecting intermittent points, a yes and a no, and make the mark with pencil Was developed by professor Paul Jackson, a professor who teaches for arts, design and architecture schools in England since the 1980s He had this long-standing contact with origami Made it possible for him to create such methodologies that make the student’s life easier And makes the student understand the folding process as a whole Guys, I hope you enjoyed today’s video If so, subscribe to the channel, share the video with your friends The channel is starting, so people will hardly find the videos By normal search methods, only with sharing in other networks like Facebook It is with the direct link that people will be able to have access to these videos at the moment So that’s it, if you share, it will help a lot so I can bring more content of this type I don’t know if the channel will work, but I wish it worked out because I have a lot of ideas. Lots of things bubbling in my head that are not from today And I would like to put this into practice and exchange information with you Thank you so much for watching and see ya!