Origami Aggie (Horse) (Jason Lin)

Origami Aggie (Horse) (Jason Lin)


Fold in half diagonally and unfold Fold a kite base Unfold Valley-fold and unfold
(Note the reference point) Repeat on the other side Turn over Valley-fold the corner Turn over Crease at angle bisector Repeat on the other side Unfold Crease at angle bisector Repeat on the other side Fold the edge to the existing crease
Crease only where indicated Repeat on the other side Collapse Valley-fold
(Note the reference points) Unfold everything Turn the mountain fold into a valley fold Collapse and squash-fold both sides The corners should not go past the upper edges Unfold Fold a kite base on the opposite side Valley-fold the corners Valley-fold the corners
(Note the reference points) Unfold Rearrange the layers Repeat on the other side Fold through all layers and unfold Collapse Turn over Fold the point upwards Valley-fold Mountain fold along the edge Unfold Repeat on the other side
Valley-fold Mountain fold along the edge Unfold Swivel-fold using the crease made previously Repeat on the other side Fold along the edge underneath
and swivel-fold upwards Repeat on the other side Fold the small flap Valley-fold and unfold Fold also to the other side
to make the next step easier Spread squash-fold Repeat on the other side
Fold the small flap Valley-fold and unfold Fold also to the other side
to make the next step easier Spread squash-fold Fold along the edge underneath and
swivel-fold downwards Repeat on the other side Valley-fold the edge Repeat on the other side Valley-fold Reverse-fold Repeat on the other side Release the trapped paper and flatten Turn over Valley-fold the corner Tuck it into the pocket Repeat on the other side Mountain-fold using the two corners as a guide Unfold Turn over Squash-fold Repeat on the other side Valley-fold both sides Mountain-fold Valley-fold
(Note the reference point) Unfold Repeat on the other side Fold a rabbit ear on the triangular flap Fold the entire model in half Fold the point down and unfold Fold the edge to the crease you just made and unfold Reverse-fold Fold and unfold Outside reverse-fold Fold the top flap down Divide into thirds diagonally Repeat on the top flap Unfold Fold the flap up Crimp-fold Fold the edge of the ear Fold the other edge while pleat-folding on the existing creases Repeat on the other side Fold the tip to the back of the cheek Fold and unfold to the crease you just made Reverse-fold Fold and unfold Outside reverse-fold and hide the tip inside Open the model Bring the head to the front and fold the
model in half Pleat-fold Unfold Sink and unsink Swing the head behind Make a long indentation through the back of the horse Close the model Valley-fold Crimp-fold Fold the edges inside Make small squash folds to lock the
previous crimp fold Bring the left point down folding on the
existing creases Fold and unfold Spread squash-fold Fold it back to the left and reverse-fold
the inner layer Repeat on the other side Fold and unfold Spread squash-fold Fold it back to the right and reverse-fold
the inner layer Fold and unfold the tip Open sink Bring the tail up Open one layer Valley-fold narrowing the legs Fold it back Narrow this flap Reverse fold Swivel-fold under the layer Repeat on the other side Bring the flaps out Mountain-fold along the edge Valley-fold Swivel-fold Tuck the tip under the other layers Repeat on the other side Mountain-fold along the edge Valley-fold Swivel-fold Tuck the tip under the other layers Mountain-fold upwards Valley-fold downwards Line up the edges Mountain-fold Repeat on the other side Mountain-fold upwards Valley-fold downwards Line up the edges Mountain-fold Pinch the hind leg and make a rabbit-ear fold Mountain-fold it down Repeat on the other hind leg Pinch and make a rabbit-ear fold Mountain-fold it down Shape the back Mountain fold the belly Shape the head Horse finished!

96 thoughts on “Origami Aggie (Horse) (Jason Lin)

  1. Another Fantastic Origami Video Tutorial @Jo Nakashima.

    Keep up the Amazingly Brilliant work.

    It is always Massively Appreciated by me and I would say all of your Fans and YouTube Subscribers around the world.

    😀

  2. Thanks for another Great video Jo.  Please Consider making a tutorial for the "DOLLAR MOUNTAIN GOAT"  The Folding directions are found in issue 115 (Spring 2014) "The Paper magazine" at Origami USA. I am having trouble with steps 8 through 10. Your tutorial for the Bulldog is awesome.  Please do some more dollar bill models.  

  3. Hey Jo u just liked my origami beetle photo on instagram u have great origami and I hope I can get as famous i could say as u lol

  4. I've seen your videos for quite a while and I have to admit I'm impressed with your videos and tutorials. It's just unfortunate that school takes so much of my time I can barely catch up with your videos, but keep it up, man. I like to do these on a spare time because it's challenging, yet fun 🙂 I don't know if you take requests, but do you think you can make an origami shark? That would be as cool as that dragon tutorial IMO. Nice to see you doing this again!

  5. Wow I'm about halfway through, and this is so complex I don't know if I'll be able to finish. :/ So much detail

  6. Thanks for posting this video. I do origami for 4 years now, but this was the most complex model I've made so far. With the help of your good video I finally managed to fold it. (after several efforts and much frustration)

  7. I have been doing origami for 3 years now and I have never watched anything I can not tackle but this is imposible for me

  8. Jo nakashima that horse is rare but i recommend other by kevin salas which is more beautiful and you put your subtitles and explain well i want you to go

  9. insane video. i love the proportions of the horse and the way it's folded. could you please do some more complex origami vids? love your work

  10. you My super folder Jo Nakashima are one of the best paper folders in the world you are very talented

  11. Nakashima, u put great Effort on your vídeos,I make Diferent papers for steps steps and it s quite helpful. Also your drawings help .Thanks for it!

  12. Please do the Horse by David Brill !!

    http://www.grupoetor.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/origami-horse-gallery-horse-origami-easy-horse-origami-david-brill-1140×641.jpg

  13. hijo de puto pedaso de mierda esa cosa no sirbe eso es fake me tire todo elvideo y no dio resultado esa mierda es fake no lo intenten mas like si piensas lo mismo y quieres que este pedaso de mierda lo vea y deje de engañar

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