How to make origami cranes

 

 

You can learn to make various kinds of origami crane here.

 

 

 

 

Traditional Origami Crane

traditional crane

Level

Beginner

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While you are making an origami crane, you will learn two bases: (1) square base and (2) bird base. For many people, origami crane might be the first model to learn origami folding. So it is like a prerequisite for more advance models.

 

Traditional Crane II

 

traditional crane II

Level

Beginner

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The special feature of this model is an unique shape of two wings.

 
 

 

Flying Crane

 

flying crane

Level

Beginner / Intermediate

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You will learn both inside reverse-fold and outside reverse-fold from this model. One special folding technique that you will learn from this flying crane is asymmetric squash-fold.

 

Flying Crane II

 

flying crane II

Level

Beginner / Intermediate

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Two special folding techniques involved with this model are open sink-fold and inside reverse-fold.

 

Flying Crane III

 

flying crane III

Level

Beginner / Intermediate

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Two special folding techniques involved with this model are open sink-fold and inside reverse-fold.

 

 

New Crane

 

new crane

Level

Intermediate

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This new crane is different from the traditional crane. It is based on calyx base. It is a bit skinnier than the traditional one.

 

Standing Crane

 

standing crane

Level

Intermediate

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This standing crane starts from a 8x8 matrix base. The special folding techniques that you will learn from this model are rabbit ear-fold, squash-fold, pleat-fold, petal-fold, inside reverse-fold, and outside reverse-fold.

 
 

 

 

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