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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 ...
Start with the sheet of paper portrait style. About 15cm (6 inches) from the top, fold it down and make a sharp crease.
At the end you just folded, fold each corner over
Open up everything you've folded so far, and turn the corners inside out.
About 15cm from the bottom of the paper, fold up and make a sharp crease. Fold that flap back again, but make the crease about 2-3cm from the ...
Lift the bottom half up, line up the bottom edge with the top crease, and fold the paper in half.
Fold the paper back from the head. Make the crease level with the bottom of the first section you made in steps 1-3.
...and then... Find the centre-line from the top of Yoda's head to the bottom of his robe. Fold over one side so that the angled bit of the ...
At about belly-button height, there are two loose points you can lift up. Lift them up and fold them out as far as you can without ripping the ...
Lay your ruler across the head, about 7 or 8 centimetres from the top, and fold over. Crease this really hard - you've just made his face, so ...
Use a thick marker to draw on a simple face. If you make Yoda in thin paper, then you've finished, but the paper I used was a bit ...
Thanks to Tom Angleberger for creating The Strange Case of Origami Yoda. Go and buy it now (that's an Amazon link, but it would be way cooler if ...
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