# How to make origami crowns

## Eight-Pointed Crown

Level Intermediate Hyo Ahn

This eight-pointed origami crown starts from a regular octagon paper. One special folding technique you need to know for this model is inside reverse-fold.

## New Crown

Level Beginner Hyo Ahn

This new crown model starts from 3x3 matrix base. This new model is similar to the traditional crown model since it hast the same four points. However, this model has more voulme and actually it has the double more volume compare to the traditional one. Since the voulme space is exactly a cube, so it can also be called a "cubed crown". A special folding technique that you would learn from this model is inside reverse-fold.

From this paper crown you will learn to know what cushion-fold and what gate-fold are. You will also learn to know how to open a pocket.

Level Beginner Hyo Ahn

This paper crown model is motivated from the traditional crown. The outlook is the same but this model has a different property compared to the traditional one. The tradtional model has a multiple of 180 degrees rotational symmetry about z-axis. This means that you get the same crown when you rotate the model by 180 degrees. If you roate the model by 90 degrees, then you will not get the same model. The modified model has a multiple of 90 degrees rotational symmetry about z-axis. So you will get the same model when you rotate it by 90 degrees. It is a fun to compare these two model and study their properties.

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