Origami Ox (Bernie Peyton) – Part 2

Origami Ox (Bernie Peyton) – Part 2


Hello! Today we will be folding an
Origami Ox designed by Bernie Peyton. This model
is quite simple to fold, and it requires minimal shaping for such an outstanding
result. Now we’re going to create a horizontal
crease on this top layer by pulling it up just above the eyes. Now you’ll notice that the eyes come out
of the model just a bit on either side, and we’re just going to make a crease as
soon as you pull this layer up, just above them. So just pull it up about here. There’s no
exact reference point, but don’t make your crease just yet because you want to make
sure that it’s perfect. So turn the model over, and you want to
make sure that this vertical crease on the head aligns with this vertical
crease up here. So as soon as they both align, then you can make your crease. So once it looks like this then, turn the model over. Once the model is turned over, we’re just
going to fold this top edge down to this edge here. So let’s just take this, pull it down. Make sure that it aligns
nicely with that edge, and then make your crease. So just go all the way across, and
when you’re done, it should look something like this. Now we’re going to create the horns. So we’re going to start with this
left horn, and we’re going to focus on these left layers here. And what we’re
going to do is focus on this edge right here and this corner right here. And what
we want to do with this edge and this corner is align it with this edge and
that corner. Now, we’re going to pull this down, and as
soon as this edge aligns with this edge and that corner, and this corner aligns with that corner, then we’re not going to make a crease just yet. We’re just going to pull it back just a
tiny bit, but still make sure that these two edges align with one another. But
just make sure that is offset a tiny bit from this edge. And once it is, then you
can make your crease. And crease sharply because there are a lot of layers here. And
you want to make sure that you extend the crease through all of them. So once you’re done it, should look like
this. And now what we’re going to do is fold the horn outwards. So there’s no exact reference point for this, but we just
want to start our crease right here. So right at this little corner here, we
want to start our crease. And to do this, we’re just going to pull over, and start
your crease here. So just pull it over right there, and then we’re just going to
keep continuing and pulling this horn out this way. And just keep pulling it
until it looks like this. Now again, there’s no exact reference
point and it’s all personal preference too, so it’s really up to you. But it should
look something like this. Once you’ve done that, now we’re going to
do the same thing on the right side. So we’re going to focus on this edge
here and this corner here. And now we’re going to focus on this edge
down here, and you’ll notice that it’s underneath the edge that we were just working on, so that might be a little bit trickier. But just focus on this little part of
the edge that you can see right there. So we’re just going to pull this down,
just like we did on the other side, and we’ll bring this corner to that corner,
and this edge to this edge again. And again, we just have to pull it back a
tiny bit, still aligning the edges, and then we can make our crease. So as soon as it
looks like this, then we’ll make our crease. Again, crease very sharply. And
then we’re going to fold the horn outward. So we’re just going to do the
same thing we did on the left side. And since you kind of want the horns to look
even, you should use this side as a guide. So you kind of have to look at that as
you make this one. So we’re just doing the same thing. We’re
starting our crease down in this corner, and we’re just going to eye it up and
figure out how you want it, and i would definitely look at this side to make
sure that both horns are even. And once they both look about the same, then you can make your crease. And once
you’re done, it should look something like this. Now we’re going to start to shape the
horns. So we’re going to start with this right horn, and what we’re going to do is
pull up this top-most layer. See there are two layers on this horn, and you’re just
going to pull it in towards the center of the model until it basically stops. So
it will stop up here and down here. So just pull it over as far as it will go,
and then make your crease. And it should look like this. And now once you’ve done
that, then you want to do the same thing on the left side. So just pull that over
as far as it goes, and it should look like the right side. And it should look something like that. Now again we’re going to focus on this
right horn, and we’re just going to narrow it out a bit. So to do this, we’re going to start with
this edge here, this vertical edge, and we’re just going
to align it with this edge here, the edge of the flap that we just folded over. So we’re just going to take this edge, and then we can just pull it over
until that edge aligns with the edge of the flap that we just created. And once
it’s done, it should look like that. And now we want to do the same thing on
the left side. So just align this edge with the edge of the crease that we just
folded over. So just pull it over, just like this, and then make your crease. Once you’re done, it should look like
this. Now we’re going to narrow it even further. So we’re just going to fold these two
little points here down a bit. So you can just take this one, and there’s no exact
reference for this, but we just want to fold it down a tiny bit to make the horn
a bit narrower. So just fold it down like that, and then
make your crease. And then do the same thing on this side, just like this. Now we’re going to round off the horn a
bit. So we’re just going to fold in this corner here, inside the white a tiny bit. So let’s just pull this in. Again, there’s
no exact reference for this, but just pull it into the white a tiny bit so it
looks something like that. And it’s kind of rounded on the side, and then we want
to do the same thing on this horn. So just pull this in, into the white area
a tiny bit, and then just make your crease. And it should look rounded. Now we’re going to turn the model over. And once it’s turned over, we’re going to round off the head a bit
on either side. And then we’re going to fold up the nose. So to round off the head, we’re just
going to create two little reverse folds on either side. So we’re just going to
push in a little bit on either side here, so just make a tiny little reverse fold
to kind of round off the head a tiny bit, just like this. And then squash it
down to make it nice and sharp, and then do the same thing on this side. So just
make a tiny little reverse fold, and then just flatten it out. If they’re not
exactly even, then sort of look at each one and try to make them both look about the same. Okay, now that the
head’s rounded, we’re just going to fold up the nose a
bit. So we’re just going to take this tiny edge here, and we’re just going to
fold it up. We’re not going to fold all the way up
to this edge here, but we’re just going to fold it up a tiny bit. So just pull it
up, make sure that the vertical creases align on this edge and the tiny flat
that you’re folding up. And then make your crease, and it should look like that. Now we’re going to start to shape the
model. So we’re going to start by rounding off the face here on either
side. So to do this,we’re just going to sort of push in side right here. We’re going to push this edge under a
tiny bit, and we’re going to sort of make a round edge, just like this, so that the
eye becomes more visible. And you’re going to start that up here, and you’re
going to bring that crease, well it’s not going to be a crease, it’s
just going to be a light little mark. So make this edge go underneath, and we’re
just going to start here and bring it down all the way to the nose. And you can
adjust that however you like it, but right there is about good. And then
you’re going to do the same thing on this side. So just push it in, and try to
make them both look somewhat even so that the model will look a lot nicer. And once you’ve done that on both sides, it’ll look something like this. Now we’re going to do the same basic thing on the inside of the horns. So on the inside here and the inside
there,we’re just going to do the same basic thing. But we’re making sort of a rounded crease almost just like we did down there. Just to make the horn look more
rounded and better shaped. So you can make it look something like this, and again it’s all personal preference. So I’m going to keep mine like this, and you can make it more rounded if you want, you can make it straighter if you want, it’s really up to you. But you just
probably want to curve it a tiny bit, just like this. And once you’ve done that, then your Ox
is complete! I hope you’ve enjoyed this video
tutorial on how to fold an Origami Ox designed by Bernie Peyton. Please comment, rate, subscribe, and thank you for watching!

13 thoughts on “Origami Ox (Bernie Peyton) – Part 2

  1. Your videos are really top notch! Fantastic. Thank you so much for all the effort you put into them. They really are wonderful to follow.

  2. I just made this to give to my husband who is a Longhorns fan. He loves it! It was really well explained and easy to follow.

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