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3D origami: figures of paper - heart, swan, star

  • 3D origami: figures of paper - heart, swan, star

    3D origami paper based on the heart, star, and swan

    Origami is a traditional Japanese art of making paper of various forms folded. For this, one sheet of paper is used in classical art, but now they have started to unite all methods of folding paper sculptures, including glue and scissors, under one word. Art originated in Japan in the XVII century.and widely spread throughout the world. This technique is popular in our country. A lot of newbies every day begins to fold their first three-dimensional origami from paper for beginners.

    Heart-bookmark of paper

    If you just decided to start doing origami, be sure to try to lay down this simple heart. This method is quite simple, any novice will master it. In addition, the product will also have a great feature - it will become an original bookmark for books and magazines.

    1. Take a sheet of paper. Crop all that is superfluous to make it square.
    2. Fold the sheet in half.
    3. And again bend it in half.
    4. Now unfold.
    5. Fold the bottom half so that the edge and the middle fold line match.
    6. Turn, the lower corners are bent by a triangle.
    7. We turn again.
    8. The angle of the triangle is bent upwards so that the vertex touches the edge of the sheet.
    9. Turning.
    10. Gently unfold the bend with your finger, giving it a triangular shape.
    11. Make it flat.
    12. We repeat the same actions for the second side.
    13. The edges of our triangle are bent upwards.
    14. The lowest corners, too, bend small triangles.
    15. We turn the sheet with the other side, bend according to the dotted lines in the diagram.
    16. Bookmark is ready! Such small origami crafts will be a pleasant change for your close book lovers.

    Star in origami technique

    In the technique of origami, three-dimensional figures made of paper are quite effective. In this case, to add them, do not need a lot of experience in this art. For example, an asterisk, which will be an excellent decoration for a New Year tree, or any other holiday, can even be put down by a child. The technique developed by the famous origami master David Bril, thanks to step-by-step instructions with the photo, will not let you get confused, the star with due attention will turn out to be smooth and beautiful.

    For folding we will use sheet А5 - half A4 sheet. To make the star turn out smaller, take a quarter of A4, more - a whole sheet.

    The sheet is doubled up and down, unfolding.

    At the intersection of the folds, add the corners as in the photo.

    Repeat the same thing on the other side of the sheet: add the bottom, then the top corner, unfold, only now first the top, and after - the bottom one. This is done to ensure that the folds are symmetrical.

    Expanding.

    On the fold lines fold the sheet, as in the photo.

    The edges of the workpiece are bent to the axis so that the fold lines on both parts are aligned in a straight line perpendicular to the axial.

    On the planned lines of the sidewalk we hide inside.


    In the pockets inside, hide the top parts, folding them into the lock.

    Finally we get a pentagon.

    We plan the sides of the star, bending the workpiece in different directions.

    Hold in the spaces between the beams, shape.

    Straighten the star, decorate it and supply it with a thread-suspension.

    Swan

    The swan is one of the most popular origami figures. There are many different techniques, we will show one of the simplest schemes available for beginners.

    1. Take a square sheet of paper, fold it in half diagonally.
    2. Expanding. Now bend the corners of the sheet so that the corners converge on the straight fold.
    3. Bend the small angles of the triangle by one third.
    4. Turn the sheet, bend it backwards in a straight line from step 1.
    5. Bend the acute angle of the triangle, forming the neck of the swan.
    6. Make a swan head and beak, tail as shown in the diagram or at your discretion.
    7. Origami is ready!

    For a better understanding of the process, watch the video.

    Origami is a traditional Japanese art of giving paper various forms of folding. For this, one sheet of paper is used in classical art, but now they have started to unite all methods of folding paper sculptures, including glue and scissors, under one word. Art originated in Japan in the XVII century.and widely spread throughout the world. This technique is popular in our country. A lot of newbies every day begins to fold their first three-dimensional origami from paper for beginners.

    Heart-bookmark of paper

    If you just decided to start doing origami, be sure to try to lay down this simple heart. This method is quite simple, any novice will master it. In addition, the product will also have a great feature - it will become an original bookmark for books and magazines.

    1. Take a sheet of paper. Crop all that is superfluous to make it square.
    2. Fold the sheet in half.
    3. And again bend in half.
    4. Now unfold.
    5. Fold the bottom half so that the edge and the middle fold line match.
    6. We turn, lower corners are bent by a triangle.
    7. We turn again.
    8. The angle of the triangle is bent upwards so that the vertex touches the edge of the sheet.
    9. We turn.
    10. Gently unfold the bend with your finger, giving it a triangular shape.
    11. Make it flat.
    12. Repeat the same steps for the second side.
    13. The edges of our triangle are bent upwards.
    14. The lowest corners, too, bend small triangles.
    15. We turn the sheet with the other side, bend according to the dotted lines in the diagram.
    16. Bookmark is ready! Such small origami crafts will be a pleasant change for your close book lovers.

    Star in origami technique

    In the technique of origami, three-dimensional figures made of paper turn out to be quite spectacular. In this case, to add them, do not need a lot of experience in this art. For example, such a star, which will be an excellent decoration for both the New Year tree, and any other holiday, can even be folded by a child. The technique developed by the famous origami master David Bril, thanks to step-by-step instructions with the photo, will not let you get confused, the star with due attention will turn out to be smooth and beautiful.

    For folding we will use sheet А5 - half A4 sheet. To make the star turn out smaller, take a quarter of A4, more - a whole sheet.

    The sheet is folded twice in length and across, unfolding.

    At the intersection of the folds, add the corners as in the photo.

    Repeat the same on the other side of the sheet: add the bottom, then the top corner, unfold, only now first the top, and after - the bottom. This is done to ensure that the folds are symmetrical.

    Expanding.

    On the fold lines fold the sheet, as in the photo.

    The edges of the workpiece are bent to the axis so that the fold lines on both sides are lined up in a straight line perpendicular to the axial one.

    On the planned lines of the sidewalk we hide inside.


    In the pockets inside, hide the top parts, folding them into the lock.

    Finally we get a pentagon.

    We plan the sides of the star, bending the workpiece in different directions.

    Hold in between the beams, shape.

    Straighten the star, decorate it and supply it with a thread-suspension.

    Swan

    The swan is one of the most popular origami figures. There are many different techniques, we will show one of the simplest schemes available for beginners.

    1. Take a square sheet of paper, fold it in half diagonally.
    2. Expanding. Now bend the corners of the sheet so that the corners converge on the straight fold.
    3. Bend the small angles of the triangle by one third.
    4. Turn the sheet, bend it backwards in a straight line from step 1.
    5. Bend the sharp corner of the triangle, forming the neck of the swan.
    6. Make a swan head and beak, tail as shown in the diagram or at your discretion.
    7. Origami is ready!

    For a better understanding of the process, watch the video.