Phil Kuhns Posted August 26, 2011 Report Share Posted August 26, 2011 Check these out! I desinged and folded this origami beetle from a single, un-cut square of paper! The paper was colored black on one side and yellow on the other so I designed it to expose the black on the legs and head, just like the real thing! I know it doesnt have spots, but I would have had to paint it for that. What do you think? I also included the crease pattern for the beetle! This is as close as I can get to showing you diagrams or a manual. I fold the paper based on the lines on the crease pattern. Black lines represent vally folds and white lines represent mountain folds. The red lines were where I reversed the paper to show the black underside. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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