India 3D Origami Flag

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Introduction: India 3D Origami Flag

About: My name is Giulia Talmacel, I was born on the 6th of January 1995.I am from Romania but currently living in UK with my husband Emanuel. I like to play with paper and do beautiful things from it. I also like...

In this project you'll see how to make India 3D Origami Flag with approximately 564 origami pieces.

I did this video for India because most of my Youtube fans are indians!

Thank you all for your support!

Step 1: Watch the Video!!!

Step 2: How Many Origami Pieces You Need

This model is made from :

- around 17 blue pieces ( this pieces are made from rectangles of paper with dimensions of 6 cm x 9 cm)

- around 147 orange pieces ( this pieces are made from rectangles of paper with dimensions of 6 cm x 9 cm )

- around 204 white pieces ( this pieces are made from rectangles of paper with dimensions of 6 cm x 9 cm )

- around 196 green pieces ( this pieces are made from rectangles of paper with dimensions of 6 cm x 9 cm )

Step 3: How to Make an Origami Piece

Take a piece of paper .

In the next Steps I will show you how to fold it!

Step 4: First Fold

First Fold

Step 5: Second Fold

Second Fold

Step 6: Unfold Only the Last Folding

Unfold only the last folding and rotate the paper like in the second image with the fold in upside.

If you don't understand the photos watch the video!

Step 7: Third Fold

Third fold

Step 8: Fourth Fold

Fourth fold

Step 9: Rotate the Paper

Rotate the paper like in the photos.

If you don't understand the photos watch the video!

Step 10: Fifth Fold and Sixth Fold

Fifth fold and Sixth fold

Step 11: Seventh Fold and Eighth Fold

Seventh fold and Eighth fold

Step 12: Last Fold

Last fold.

The piece will look like the one in the last photo!

Step 13: Look Closely and Do What I'm Doing

Put 25 pieces on the first row and 24 on the second.

Step 14: Do Another Row of 25 Pieces

Step 15: Continue With Another Five Green Rows

Continue with another five green rows

Step 16: 9th Row - 25 White Pieces

9th row - 25 white pieces

Step 17: 10th Row & 11th Row

Take a look at the photos to understand how to put the pieces(or watch the video)

On the 10th row you neet to put this pieces in order:

The blue pieces are in the middle!

- 11 white pieces
- 2 blue pieces
- 11 white pieces

On the 11th row you neet to put this pieces in order:

- 11 white pieces
- 3 blue pieces

- 11 white pieces

Step 18: 12th Row & 13th Row

Take a look at the photos to understand how to put the pieces(or watch the video)

On the 12th row you neet to put this pieces in order:
- 10 white pieces

- 1 blue piece

- 2 white pieces

- 1 blue piece

- 10 white pieces

On the 13th row you neet to put this pieces in order:

- 10 white pieces

- 1 blue piece

- 1 white piece

- 1 blue piece

- 1 white piece

-1 blue piece

- 10 white pieces

Step 19: 14th Row & 15th Row

Take a look at the photos to understand how to put the pieces(or watch the video)

On the 14th row you neet to put this pieces in order:

- 10 white pieces

- 1 blue piece

- 2 white pieces

- 1 blue piece

- 10 white pieces

On the 15th row you neet to put this pieces in order:

- 11 white pieces

- 3 blue pieces

- 11 white pieces

Step 20: 16th Row & 17th Row

Take a look at the photos to understand how to put the pieces(or watch the video)

On the 16th row you neet to put this pieces in order:

- 11 white pieces

- 2 blue pieces

- 11 white pieces

On the 17th row you neet to put 25 white pieces

Step 21: Continue With Six Orange Rows

Continue with six orange rows.

That's it , you finished the flag!

Step 22: More Project Videos

Well now you know how to make India Origami Flag .

If you liked this project, perhaps you'll like some of my others. Check them out at:

https://www.instructables.com/member/Giulia+Art

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    Saiyam

    3 years ago

    Very nicely done. This is one of the best papercraft projects I have ever seen. Good to see our Indian flag on instructables. Voted √.

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    If you like this project, do me a favor and vote it on the DIY Contest!

    Thank you !