Origami Devil Dragon v2 (Jo Nakashima)

Origami Devil Dragon v2 (Jo Nakashima)


Valley-fold along the diagonal Unfold Fold in half Make only a small crease Fold the top corner to the crease you just made Make only a small crease Fold the top corner to the crease you just made Fold the bottom corner up to the top Fold the right and left sides Unfold Fold the edge Repeat on the left side Unfold Fold the edge to the crease Valley-fold Valley-fold on the existing crease Valley-fold Repeat on the left side Unfold Fold using the existing creases, but reverse folding at the top Repeat on the left side Turn over Fold and unfold on the existing creases to make the next step easier Fold a square base Fold the corner down Open and squash-fold Reverse-fold the little corner Repeat on the right side Open the sides and unfold Fold the sides and the point down Fold the left and right sides Turn over Fold the right and left sides Unfold Reverse-fold Turn over Valley-fold Unfold Squash-fold Fold the right and left sides Unfold Reverse-fold Fold the point up Open and unfold the pleats Use the existing creases and flatten it Valley-fold Open-sink Repeat on the other three corners Fold the flap down Valley-fold to the left Repeat on the right side
Valley-fold Unfold Squash-fold Valley-fold the right and left sides Unfold Reverse-fold Fold the point up Open and unfold the pleats Use the existing creases and flatten it Valley-fold Open-sink Repeat on the other three corners Fold the point down Fold to the right Fold the bottom up and unfold Turn over Valley-fold Turn over Fold the point down Fold the tip up along the crease behind Fold the model in half Fold the edge to the center crease Rabbit ear fold Flatten it Repeat on the other side Fold the edges inside Fold the wing down Unfold Fold the top layer on the indicated crease Squash-fold Fold and unfold Fold and unfold the corner Reverse-fold Repeat on the other side Fold and unfold the wing Fold the top layer on the indicated crease Squash-fold Fold and unfold Fold and unfold the corner Reverse-fold Open the model Mountain-fold Valley-fold Bring the mountain fold under the wings Fold the model in half again Fold the wings up Fold and unfold Fold the edge up to narrow the tail Repeat on the other side Narrow the neck Reverse-fold the feet Make crimp folds on the tail Shape it bending downwards Pull the layer from inside Push the bottom and make a point Repeat on the other segments of the tail Make crimp folds on the neck Shape it bending upwards Squash-fold Valley-fold Fold the little edges as shown to make the eye Repeat on the other side Reposition the eye and the horn Repeat on the other side Pull the lower jaw and fold the excess paper inside Reverse-fold Reverse-fold Reverse-fold Reverse-fold Fold the tip Shape the lower jaw Shape the foreleg Separate the fingers Repeat on the other side Reverse-fold Crimp-fold to make a finger Repeat on the other side Unfold Valley-fold Valley-fold Valley-fold Open Fold it under the other layer Crease where indicated and shape the wing Pleat-fold the wing Repeat on the other side Shape the horns Devil Dragon v2 finished!

100 thoughts on “Origami Devil Dragon v2 (Jo Nakashima)

  1. how the —- did you design this?! i can't even design my own paper airplane. lol but i'm great at copyng other people's designs lololol. this origami is awesome.

  2. How do you think this out? are you just trying to do some weird folds and then magically you have a dragon? I think not ¯_(ツ)_/¯!

  3. I now understand why it was called the devil dragon. B CAUSE ITS SATAN TO FOLD. Not mad, I did complete it. Amazing project, it’s just incredibly difficult.

  4. I did it!!! Oh my god, 4 hours of my life =) . Don't try to fold that using plain paper for a printer (ever!).

  5. lol 7 months ago i tried this… today i tried it again and i accidentally ripped my paper :(. i used regular printer paper for all of your origamis and they all worked out just fine. but i ripped it by accident at 19:02 then intentionally ripped the entire thing up lololol rip me. this is a very cool design tho

  6. Jo maybe you should use some other paper which shows how to fold is done and plz CONCENTRATE DEEP on difficult folds

  7. Great Model! Very good video. First try with 30×30 tissue foil has worked well. I think smaller would be not so optimal.

  8. seria legall um dragão com 3 cabeças, da para fazer 2 cabeças das asas, porém o dragão fica sem asas….
    abaixo o link do meu face com a foto dos 2 Dragões( não estão perfeito) do Jo Nakashima
    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=2168906573386853&set=a.1453006894976828&type=3&theater

  9. hi Jo Nakashima i like the way you teach us origami and how much time it takes to make a tutorial . I started my YouTube channel 2 weeks ago and i got 7 subs,i hope you can give me more subs or anyone reating this message . thank you so much to the moon and back!

  10. tfw you're an hour into making something and realize you should've bought that expensive origami paper instead…

    Hope my recycling bin appreciates my half-made dragon.

  11. Ni lo hago de me rompió toda la hoja y no se ve nada el vídeo me gusta pero porfa para la próxima usa una hoja que se vea bien

  12. Diagram please Jo nakashima because I will print it into several parts and create one of my collections

  13. you are a great yuotuber but the only way you can make it better is by speaking in the video. do you know english

  14. It took me forever and it's not entirely perfect but I finished it for the first time! 15cm X 15cm paper and some toothpicks. It will probably be a lot easier if you use the recommended size of paper

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