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Claws of origami from paper: how to make dragon's claws and wolverines - video

  • Claws of origami from paper: how to make dragon's claws and wolverines - video

    Of course, many of us remember the character of comic books, movies and cartoons Marvel - Wolverine, the owner of adamantium claws, or the main character of the movie "The Nightmare on Elm Street" - Freddy Krueger, who alsoWore a glove with sharp claws on his right hand. In this lesson we will teach you how to make paper origami claws that will surely appeal to both small kung fu fans and adults who have chosen the original image with claws for Halloween.

    Option 1: A simple

    scheme This folding scheme from claw paper is very simple and even a five year old child will master it, of course, under the guidance of a senior companion.

    1. The claws will cover the whole finger. For them, not very large pieces of paper will be needed. Simply bend a sheet of A4 paper along and across, so that the fold lines remain.

    2. Expand the sheet and cut it into 4 pieces along these lines.

    3. Now take one of the pieces of rectangles, put it with the short side to yourself. We fold the corner.

    4. We cut the lower part with scissors, it is superfluous and we will not need it.

    5. Get the square. We put it so that one corner looks exactly at us.

    6. Right side bend to the center line.

    7. Turn our workpiece over. We bend the corner as shown in the picture "Turnover" and reverse the figure on the front side.

    8. Re-bend the right side as shown in the photo.

    9. The left side is now wrapped to the right, hiding the corner in the resulting "pocket".

    10. Straighten the claw, making it bulky and easy to put on your fingers.

    11. Make the necessary number of such claws for one or two hands. You can also make smaller claws from A6( 15 * 10.5 cm) or A7( 10.5 * 7.5 cm) sheets.

    These are the claws of a dragon, a bear or a tiger. Put them along with the carnival costume to complete the image.

    Option 2: Complicated

    This scheme is somewhat more complicated than the first, but the claws made on it look more realistic, more comfortable and sit better on the fingers. It could be the wolverine claws, and Freddie mentioned earlier, and any wild animal.

    1. To work, you need a sheet of A4 paper for each claw. That is, if you need to make 10 claws per finger, then all you need is 10 sheets.

    2. The sheet is placed on the table with a narrow side to itself. We bend the lower right corner as in the photo.

    3. Lower the acute angle bend upward. This angle must coincide with us with a right angle of the same side.

    4. Get the pentagon. The right side with the oblique side is bent to the left. We make sure that it fits snugly against the diagonal.

    5. Again, bend the square in two diagonally.

    6. Turn the resulting triangle vertically down. Fold and unfold it to get the fold line - the height of the triangle.

    7. Add the right angle to this center line.

    8. Once again, add the same side to the left.

    9. Now turn the left corner to the right. Pay attention to the photo.

    10. The left corner of the workpiece is wrapped in a pocket.

    11. And as a result we get such a paper claw.

    12. Carefully, trying not to damage, we turn a finger hole in the claw, through it they put on.

    13. Under this scheme, make and claws on the other fingers.

    Tips for making:

    • Origami claws are an excellent budget option for a carnival costume supplement.
    • Probably, at first you will find it difficult to fold claws according to the scheme, however each time they will get better and better.
    • You can select a colored paper or paint the finished claws with paint to get a different color.
    • Strong claws are obtained from the drawing paper, although it is much more difficult to work with it.
    • If your claws are too large or too small for your fingers, use smaller paper.
    • Look at the video below, "original paper claws", if you have any questions about the folding scheme.
    Of course, many of us remember the character of comic books, movies and cartoons Marvel - Wolverine, the owner of adamantium claws, or the main character of the movie "Nightmare on Elm Street" - Freddy Kruger, who also wore a glove with sharp claws on his right hand. In this lesson we will teach you how to make paper origami claws that will surely appeal to both small kung fu fans and adults who have chosen the original image with claws for Halloween.

    Option 1: Simple scheme of

    This scheme of folding from claw paper is very simple and even a five-year-old child, of course, under the guidance of a senior comrade, will master it.

    1. The claws will cover the fingers entirely. For them, not very large pieces of paper will be needed. Simply bend a sheet of A4 paper along and across, so that the fold lines remain.

    2. Expand the sheet and cut it into 4 pieces along these lines.

    3. Now take one of the pieces of rectangles, put it with the short side to yourself. We fold the corner.

    4. The bottom part is cut with scissors, it is superfluous and we will not need it.

    5. Get the square. We put it so that one corner looks exactly at us.

    6. Right side bend to the center line.

    7. Turn our workpiece over. We bend the corner as shown in the picture "Turnover" and reverse the figure on the front side.

    8. Re-bend the right side as shown in the photo.

    9. Now turn the left side to the right, hiding the corner in the resulting "pocket".

    10. Straighten the claw, making it bulky and easy to put on your fingers.

    11. Make the necessary number of such claws for one or two hands. You can also make smaller claws from A6( 15 * 10.5 cm) or A7( 10.5 * 7.5 cm) sheets.

    These are the claws of a dragon, a bear or a tiger. Put them along with the carnival costume to complete the image.

    Option 2: Complicated

    This scheme is somewhat more complicated than the first, but the claws made on it look more realistic, more comfortable and sit better on the fingers. It could be the wolverine claws, and Freddie mentioned earlier, and any wild animal.

    1. To work, you need a sheet of A4 paper for each claw. That is, if you need to make 10 claws per finger, then all you need is 10 sheets.

    2. The sheet is placed on the table with a narrow side to itself. We bend the lower right corner as in the photo.

    3. Lower lower corner bend upward. This angle must coincide with us with a right angle of the same side.

    4. Get the pentagon. The right side with the oblique side is bent to the left. We make sure that it fits snugly against the diagonal.

    5. Again, bend the square in two diagonally.

    6. Turn the resulting triangle with the vertex down. Fold and unfold it to get the fold line - the height of the triangle.

    7. Add the right angle to this center line.

    8. Once again, add the same side to the left.

    9. Now turn the left corner to the right. Pay attention to the photo.

    10. The left corner of the workpiece is wrapped in a pocket.

    11. And as a result we get such a paper claw.

    12. Carefully, trying not to damage, we turn a finger hole in the claw, through it they put on.

    13. In this scheme, do and claws on the other fingers.

    Tips for manufacturing:

    • Origami claws are an excellent budget option for a carnival costume supplement.
    • Probably, at first it will seem difficult to you to fold claws according to the scheme, however each time they will get better and better.
    • You can select a colored paper or paint the finished claws with paint to get a different color.
    • Strong claws are obtained from the drawing paper, although it is much more difficult to work with it.
    • If your claws are too large or too small for your fingers, use smaller paper.
    • Look at the video below, the "origami paper claws", if you have any questions about the folding scheme.