How to Make an Origami Dragon : Making Legs Symmetrical on Origami Dragon

How to Make an Origami Dragon : Making Legs Symmetrical on Origami Dragon


Now we have already folded our dragon and
he should look like this, a nice little L shape. What we are going to do is we are going
to do a couple of things here. We are going to take and grab his little legs here. We
are just going to bend them down now. Now this line here should be parallel with this
line here cause most all origami works like that very symmetrical. Very symmetrical in
the ways it should look. So it comes down there and you can see that I did not fold
it properly here. It is kind of off a little bit. You should not be seeing this white.
So we are going to flip him over and do the same thing with his other leg here. Bend it
down and this one looks better, the white is not showing. There we go, there is his
legs. Now we are going to do is finish up on his neck. Since his legs are not folded
it downward, we are going to open this up right here. There is our kite shape, our diamond
shape that we are working with. We are going to make his neck a little bit thinner cause
that is a little bit wide. So what we are going to do is take this edge here and fold
it over the inside right here. Like so. Work this corner really tight, make sure that is
very square and there it is, we are going to see the same on this side here.

4 thoughts on “How to Make an Origami Dragon : Making Legs Symmetrical on Origami Dragon

  1. This is an very simple basic design. Looks like alot of people need some practice with there folds. Every thing I see is basic mountain, vally, and reverse folds, described in most origami books. Following along was not difficult at all.

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