traditional crane, with legs

In Winged creatures on July 27, 2014 by romi

My favorite origami masters have designed crane models, complete with legs and other details.
Robert J. Lang has a dancing crane; and Jun Maekawa a standing crane. John Montroll also folded a standing crane model using a six-sided square.
I designed the model above based on the traditional model but using a blintzed bird base.
Note that the tail in the model above is short, following the models of the artists I mentioned. Indeed, in reality, cranes’ tails are short. If we stick to the design of the traditional origami crane which has a long tail, the model will be like this:
And if you use a two-color origami paper, the model will have color change:



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