1) A square of paper, black on one side, white on the other
2) Intermediate origami skill. I won't be covering that here. I recommend Stephen O'Hanlon's online primer: http://www.fishgoth.com/origami/basics1.html
I apologize for the crude hand-drawn figures. Since I vowed to submit the design while it was still in vogue, I needed to work at such a velocity that the validity of the proportions of this handmade "vector art" and the veracity of its virtual scale are vague.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwyIDogYaqI (Part 1)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KK_gQW5r73s (Part 2)
larger pics of the diagrams can be found at
more of my origami can be found at
With that said, let's begin!
Step 1: "Step 1" - getting started.
b) This is called the "fish base". Squash fold.
c) Reverse fold out the hidden corner.
d) Repeat b,c, on the left.
e) Valley fold the bottom point up to the tops of the squares.
Step 2: Tip: look at the next step to figure out what you're supposed to do in the current step.
b. Swivel-fold the flap to the left
c. Pull out the hidden edge
d. Like this.
e. Squash fold the triangular flap.
f. Petal fold the corner down
g. Like this.
Step 3: Nose
b. Fold back up along the tops of the square flaps.
c. Ctrl+Z. I mean Undo.
d. Crimp fold the tip inside.
e. Like this.
f. Partially undo the tip and form a rabit ear...
g. Like this. The triangular nose bottom should coincide with the bottoms of the square flaps.