Cara Bikin Origami Angsa

Cara Bikin Origami Angsa


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The origami swan is a very traditional structure. This swan is very simple to make. Requiring only several mountain and valley folds, this origami swan is very well suited for beginners. The results of this swan may look a bit shabby at first, but soon, your swan will look very elegant and beautiful after only a few minutes of practice.

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    Fold the piece of paper in half
    diagonally, so that it looks like a triangle.

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    Unfold your triangle
    so that it looks like a square again.

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    Take the two edges across from the center crease
    and fold them to that crease.

    It should make a kite shape.

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    Turn your paper oper.

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    Take the sides of your kite shape
    and fold those into the middle crease again.

    The kite should be thinner with triangular designs on one side.

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    Without turning the paper oper, take the bottom point of the kite (the thinnest part) and fold it up to the top point of your kite shape, with the thin point along the middle crease.

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    Take the komisi of the thin point
    and fold down a small portion of the point down, the portion should look like a triangle that is only about 1 or 2 centimeters (0.4 or 0.8 in) tall.

    The triangle formed by the previous step that was a triangle, should now look like a very tall trapezoid.

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    Remember that middle crease at the very first step?

    Fold the crease in half again. Except with the design side on the top.

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    Tightly holding the base of the triangle, pull up the thin point of the triangle to a desired height.

    It could be straight up, or at a sharp angle.

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    Pull the little part out
    to resemble a beak.

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    Decorate as desired.

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    Finished.

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  • Question

    What if I use a rectangle instead of square?

    Community Answer

    If you were use a rectangular paper instead of a square, your swan will end up uneven. The extra paper will stick out and could ruin your swan.

  • Question

    Does this swan stand by itself?

    Community Answer

    Yes it does, if you have the bottom part spread a little bit.

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    Why can’n I get the beak right?

    Community Answer

    It is probably because you are folding it too shortly, or folding it too long. Remember to keep practicing. If that doesn’kaki langit work, try doing it again on a new sheet of paper. Also don’t use rectangular papers.

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  • Make sure the creases are very crisp and smooth. The more smooth, the more elegant the swan will look.

  • If the paper is getting too difficult to fold, due to over-folding, start over. Or the swan will look crummy.

  • At step one, the white side can be at the bottom. At the end, the swan would be mostly white.

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  • Try not to get frustrated; just try again.

  • Watch out for the edges of the paper, they are sharp. You don’kaki langit want to get a paper cut.

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If you want to fold a traditional origami swan, fold a square piece of paper in half diagonally so it makes a triangle, then unfold the square again. Fold in 2 edges to meet at the center crease so that the paper makes a kite shape. Turn the paper over, then fold the sides of the kite shape into the middle crease again. Take the bottom point of the kite and fold it up to the top point, then fold a small portion of the thinnest point and fold 1-2 cm back down. Fold the paper in half again along the middle crease, then pull up the thinnest point of the triangle to unfold the swan.
For pictures of how to create the origami swan, read on!

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