DOLLAR ORIGAMI PDF
Won Park - Dollar Origami - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online. Shaded area represents the green side of the bill. Start with green side down to get eyes. Dollar Bulldog. Designed by Janessa Munt. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Collapse. dollar bill designs are some of the most challenging and popular, and there are Won's attention to detail is remarkable, but that is not unusual for an origami.
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Fold short edge along the central horizontal crease. Unfold. Fold a vertical crease intersecting the reference point. Dollar Koi Fish by Won Park. Page 1 of 5. Fold between the points where the. 3/8 and 5/8 horizontal lines intersects with the edge. Make sharp creases, folding both ways: valley and mountain. Our US Dollar, however, must be converted, by folding, to shorten it to the proper dimensions. You may create dozens of varieties of origami butterflies from this.
Money is a beautiful thing, and better yet -- it can be used for origami! With a dollar bill I'll show you how to make this unique guitar. It is a little hard to make once you get in depth with it, but it is a great present to give to your friends when you don't want to buy them something. Take your dollar bill and fold it in half lengthwise, then unfold it and fold the long edges in to the center crease. Flip it over. Fold the bill in half width-wise, then unfold it and fold the bill to the crease in the middle. Flip the bill over.
Money is a beautiful thing, and better yet -- it can be used for origami!
With a dollar bill I'll show you how to make this unique guitar. It is a little hard to make once you get in depth with it, but it is a great present to give to your friends when you don't want to buy them something.
Take your dollar bill and fold it in half lengthwise, then unfold it and fold the long edges in to the center crease.
Won Park - Dollar Origami
Flip it over. Fold the bill in half width-wise, then unfold it and fold the bill to the crease in the middle. Flip the bill over. Fold the top flap down to the bottom edge and unfold. Now fold the bottom edge up to the middle crease, being sure to let the paper behind swing out. Fold the top part over to the right or left and let the paper that binds it with the piece behind come out as a triangle.
Flatten the triangle and fold the top half back in position with this new modification.
Repeat this on the other half. Now fold the long edges of this stem to the center once, and then do it again Twice.
Origami Folding Instructions - How to Make an Origami Elephant using a Dollar Bill
That leftover part behind the stem needs to go. Fold it back and sink it in the guitar. I sort of crimped it in. Fold the body up in fourths, then unfold and flip over.
Dollar Bill Origami
This model is based on the design and instructions of Jim Cranwell. Made this origami? Comment and Submit your photo using the comment box at the end of this page!
If you have trouble making an origami crane , this one might be a bit much.
Actually, you can learn about these folds right here. Start with a U. Other currencies or denominations would work, but this one has a special "feature" that will show up later. Now make valley folds at the halfway points of the bill, as well as the top corners. Now valley fold the top corners as if you're making a paper airplane.
Then fold the top pointed corner down, at the white line shown. With us so far? Now fold the right edge of the bill back behind, until the bill is doubled as shown. Crease the fold. Next unfold the bill. The fold the right edge back again, until it lines up with the crease you made in the previous step. The following photo shows what the backside should look like.
Now turn the folded bill back over. For clarity, we're showing this stage from the side also. The idea is to get the distance "x" to be equal to the distance "y". Now fold the 4 corners of the center channel as shown below. Next, squash fold the top and bottom as shown. It can be a little tricky to get these small pieces folded and creased, you may need help from a rounded tool as shown.
A car key might help. Also make a mountain fold just in front of the channel, so that this piece overlaps the channel. Fold the point of the trunk back as shown to make the ear crease line ignore the trunk crease for now. Unfold the trunk then use the crease line to make a reverse fold inside the body of the elephant. If you're drawing a blank on reverse fold, check out our instructions for the origami flapping bird. Next push the trunk into the body, making two valley folds one on either side along the trunk crease shown below.
Do a couple more reverse folds to get the trunk pointing up, and the trunk tip pointing slightly back. Note that the floating eye in the pyramid from the backside of the dollar bill lines up quite nicely to be the eye of the elephant.
If you're performing this little stunt at a bar, we hear that these little fellas like peanuts. Unfortunately our currency is made from a plastic rather than paper like USA currency and I had to use tape to hold it in place: P the folds also would not hold properly and it was very stubborn, but in the end it succumbed to my will From reader in Beaverton "This origami was hard to understand at first,but after your first try it gets easy.