By Peter Engel
10 steps or less—that's all you have to to profit 26 marvelous origami folds with 10-Fold Origami.
A thoroughly unique tackle a really well known vintage topic, 10-Fold Origami from well known origami artist Peter Engel, beneficial properties attractive photographs and easy-to-follow illustrations for 26 wide-ranging origami versions. From the vintage pinwheel and sailboat to the extra adventurous high-heeled shoe and bat, this booklet makes a superb present for folders of all degrees.
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A pleat can be performed on any number of layers. They are folded together as one. Forming a pleat-fold: Valley-fold and mountain-fold the front and back. Flatten to form a pleat-fold. One other procedure merits special attention. A sink-fold is a kind of 3-D reverse-fold. In a sink-fold, a portion of the middle of the paper is reversed back into the paper (and may be reversed back out again, as desired). Forming a sink-fold: Crease firmly with either a mountain- or a valley-fold to form the line of the sink-fold.
1. Precrease one diagonal. Valley-fold edges to centerline. 2. Narrow sides of cone slightly with valley-folds. 3. Pull out loose paper on each side,keeping the narrow flaps in place. 4. Reverse-fold along the creases formed in step 2. 5. On each side, swing a narrow flap to the rear where it folds naturally. Turn over. Valley-fold tip to begin rounding of ice cream. Circle indicates area of details in next step. 7. Valley-fold tiny flap to edge and swing loose paper down with another valley-fold.
4B. Repeat on right side. Fold upper outside edge to the crease formed in A. Repeat on left side. 4C. Unfold. 5A. Note where existing angled crease meets edge. Firmly valley-fold from that point parallel to the edge where thickness occurs. Repeat on right side. 5B. This is a difficult step requiring that the paper open out in three dimensions before flattening. Pinch the uppermost layer at X. Pull out to release trapped paper. Simultaneously valley-fold on existing visible and hidden creases, swinging colored paper over to the left.
10-Fold Origami: Fabulous Paperfolds You Can Make in Just 10 Steps! by Peter Engel