How to Make an Origami Dragon : Finishing Head of Origami Dragon

How to Make an Origami Dragon : Finishing Head of Origami Dragon


Let’s go ahead and finish up our dragons head.
As you can see down here we folded both of our sides in and made his neck a little bit
thinner. Now we are going to fold it over here and just kind of press it down to make
sure it is all good and flat. Now it is a lot thinner already. Now we are going to create
his head and what I’m going to do is bend this down here. I bend it down like so and
then fold it over like this. I’m forcing it to conform here and as you can see it should
make a nice little kite shape in here. Now we need to make a mouth so what we are going
to do is take this point. We are going to open it up and just fold it back in there
like so in there we have created this point and his horn sticks back. So we are going
to fold it back on more time like so to define the mouth a little bit more. So we have a
little curve her and we are going to fold it back a little bit more. Giving that little
jaw look kind of like a horse and we are going to have his horn sticking out a little bit.
So we there we have completed that part of his head and now we are going to do is force
his neck down a wee bit. By giving him the same bend just kind of forcing the inside
and pulling that down. Now it has a good bend to his neck.

13 thoughts on “How to Make an Origami Dragon : Finishing Head of Origami Dragon

  1. Hey guys its ok its really hard How to Make an Origami Dragon : How to Make an Origami i think so don`t get upset about it your get the hang of it am sure. ^.^

  2. It could use more zooming for the steps to finish the head but I viewed it several times and was able to det it right. Add a little more patience to you folding…you Will get it!

  3. i doesnt this div just make 1 video with breaks in it that way people who want to make this dont have to spend ages looking for the next part

  4. Actually, winged dragons are European and have hardly anything to do with Chinese and other Asian dragons, because at the time that European dragons came to be, Europe and Asia had very little interaction, and being seperated by the Middle Eastern Deserts and the taigas in Russia, were independently thought of and were created in isolation without the other culture knowing of any "dragons." You need to study more history obviously. The same goes for you "gogugogu." (What kind of name is that?)

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