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I've been doing a lot of metal folding and I need to get back to my roots in origami. This is a quick model of a Mesoamerican Pyramid. ...
I like to pleat the paper out in both directions. This partly gives me time to steal your wallet but also gives a bunch of good reference points ...
Fold the pleat in half as shown. I like to come around the corner, which gives me a sharp fold without marring the other surfaces. This half pleat ...
To form the temple on the top, fold in the crease near the top of the pleat from the previous step. Repeat this for each corner to create ...
Fold down the crease on each side as shown. This will lock-in the creases for the temple.
Make a valley fold from the corner of the creases from the previous step to the bottom one unit over toward the corner. Repat this on each side ...
Fold over the last crease to form a clean base. This will form a new crease in the pleated corners. Likewise fold in all four edges. This also ...
I hope you liked this quick model. Please comment and share your models! Incidentally, the pyramid in the photo is of a pyramid in Castillo de Teayo, Mexico. ...
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