Disclaimer: I accept no responsibility for anything you break in frustration while making this model.
If you have never folded any origami before, I would recommend starting with something easier, like a crane or a box. :)
This is a modification of a model by Daniel Kwan, the diagrams (of the original) are in the Origami Tanteidan magazine, volume 106.
With that said, all the instructions are in Japanese, and are probably illegible to 95% of the Instructables reader base.
What you will need:
2. 3 sheets of A4 paper.
3. Guillotine/blade/scissors (depends how accurately you can cut!)
4. Glue (optional)
5. Good music
6. Patience. I'm being serious.
Ok lets get started!
Step 1: Cutting out the paper
Put on some groovy tunes to keep you going!
Plain bland common or garden variety white A4 looks dreadfully boring. You are going to be spending a lot of time on this model, you want it to look as good as possible.
If you have a printer nearby, print a nice design on the one side of your pages. Black and white geometric patterns work nicely, but go for whatever floats your boat.
Mark off 10 intervals of 2cm each on the SHORT end of your A4.
You will have about half a cm left over, dont stress, you gonna chuck that away.
Cut the paper ACCURATELY (I mean it) into 10 strips of 2cm wide, and 29.7 cm long (the length of an A4 page). Do this for all 3 pages, giving you a total of 30 strips.
Step 2: More markings
Mountain fold this little flap so that the printed surfaces are touching each other (see photo if you don't understand).
Don't worry about the lines in the paper, those are coming now.