I got a new book called The Strange Case of Origami Yoda.  It's a cool story - when a kid folds an origami Yoda, and sits it on his finger like puppet, it gives good advice.

Even better, there are instructions in the back of the book to make your own finger puppet.  I made loads, then I thought bigger.

I got a sheet of A2 paper, tweaked the instructions a bit to suit my own taste, and I made a giant Origami Yoda.

Here's how...

Step 1: Fold Down

Start with the sheet of paper portrait style.

About 15cm (6 inches) from the top, fold it down and make a sharp crease.
<p>I REALLY like that book!I also have my own! sadly it's stuck between a rock and a hard place,if ya know what I mean...</p>
thanks one thing i didn't know about is in the first (made) STAR WARS films (episode 5,6,7) YODA was a robot with a cloak (i wonder if there is an instructable for that.
I hope so, if not, you should make one :D
That's cute :-) Nicely constructed.
thanks &quot;cool profile picture you have&quot;
Why thank you. I rotate about 18 different ones throughout the year according to how I am feeling :-)
Clearly, the force is strong with you.<br><br>keep up the good work!
thanks i got 15 months pro membership for it.
Not bad at all. I like how you made the folds on the sleeves of his robe.
thanks nice profile picture
Nice folding Conker-X
thanks i folded the paper over a ruler and then sharpened the creases with my thumb nail
Very good work, Conqueror!
thanks this only my second instructable not including painting my acoustic guitar which i did before i had my own account so it is on my dads account (Kiteman).
great job. Every step is well described and the images are clear and easy to understand.<br><br>Keep up the good work and you too shall be a (insert booming echoy voice here) INSTRUCTABLES LEGEND!<br><br>
Thanks it is only my second instructable so i struggled a bit. i would have more but i get allot of homework and my school won't let me bring my camera in
Ha, my little brother loves that book. Nice job!
thanks its one of my favourites to. there is a second one called DARTH PAPER STRIKES BACK.
Nice job Conker-X. :)
thanks this is my first instructable with help (excluding photo taking).
Mmmm Impressive are the folding skills of this young one.
thanks i folded the paper over a ruler and then sharpened the creases with my thumb.
For the front-page feature, well done, youngling!

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