This is one of the 5 Himalayan peaks of origami folding, but don't let that deter you, it is a relatively easy model to fold. (compared to my previous instructable at least!)
This is the first time these instructions are being made public on the internet, so appreciate it :)
What you will need:
15 squares of paper.
This is a relatively sturdy model, and holds together well with no glue or attachments.
Ok lets jump right in!
Step 1: The paper!
You want something thats slow, mathematical, interesting and not too distracting. Carbon Based Lifeforms are perfect: https://soundcloud.com/carbonbasedlifeforms/mos-6581-album-version-1
Cut your squares in half.
You should have 30 rectangles with 2x1 dimensions. No rocket science here.
Step 2: The folding begins!
Valley fold your paper in half lenthwise.
(valley fold=fold the 2 sides towards your face, making a valley. Mountain fold=fold the 2 sides away from your face, making a mountain)
Do this again, folding your paper accurately into quarters.
Step 3: Guideline creases
This is called a guideline crease, it is used as a marker for later on.
Check da photos.
Step 4: More guideline creases
These are also guideline creases, for the first couple fold the whole way, but as you get the feel for it you will notice that you only have to crease a small area to use as a guideline.
Less creases=more elegant model.
This isn't difficult, check the photos.
Repeat on the top end.