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Learn how to Fold an origami crane, a traditional Japanese origami shape.
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Welcome to watchmojo.com on our how to segment on origami. Now, origami is a Japanese word for the art of folding. And it is an art that has been around for 600 years. And its origin is actually been disputed by many historians who argue that it started in Japan, Korea, China. Whatever the case maybe, origami is an art and is still popular today.
To start off with, do keep in mind you have to use a square piece of paper such as the one I am holding on right know. And you must use as flat surface to do origami because it is important while you are folding to make sure you got all the creases right. So, we will be starting off with a crane which is probably the most simple of all origami designs. And to begin with, We will start with a triangle. Make sure the corner touches the other corner and then you flatten it out just like this. Then you take this triangle, you take this corner and this corner and they join just like that. So far, so good? Great! Now, the tricky part you take this corner here and kind of widen this flap here, okay, and you kind of widen this flap here. Take this corner and the very top corner of the triangle and they meet just like that. Now, you flip it over and you do the same thing. Just to make sure, fold it like this. And you take this corner and meet it on the top corner of the triangle again.