Instuctions for an Origami Camel

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Making an origami camel always requires that you keep a few very important things in mind. Get instructions for an origami camel with help from an Origami expert and professional in this free video clip.

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This is Alvin with Origami by Aki. I'm going to show you how to make a camel using origami paper or regular copy paper. We start with the color side down and we're going to make a bird base so let's start by making a triangle in both directions and then a rectangle in both directions and then we're going to fold one corner down and one side and the other corner down on the other side and then open up this part, flatten it down. So it looks like this. Take the one flap, bring it over to the middle so you have a kite shape, flip it over, do the same thing on the other side and then just fold this top part down just to make a crease there and that's just so that we know how far to bring this top sheet up to that line and then make it come to a nice point again and this is called a petal fold, flip it over, do the same thing on the other side. You have these two legs down here and we're going to reverse this fold bringing it up at an angle like that. Do the same thing on the other side. And then with these two parts here this is going to be the front leg and this is going to be the camel hump and this will be the other leg over here and this part in the back is going to be the back leg. We're going to make the head over here, just bring this down and give him a little bit of a nose right here. Just fold this back to determine how big you want the nose to be and do an inside reverse fold. Okay and then from here, just make the back part, all we're going to do is just fold this part down at an angle on both sides and there you have a camel. This is Alvin with Origami by Aki, and that's how you make the camel.

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