…and from a frog-base to a frog

Take your frog base (see previous post)

1: Fold the four shorter points up inside. 2: Narrow the four longer points with mountain-folds. 3: Reverse-fold the first two points to form the front legs. 4: Reverse-fold the other two points to form the back legs.

I also mountain-folded the “nose” under in the model shown below.

Frog (traditional design) folded from 8cm kami, model approx. 3cm long.

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2 Responses to …and from a frog-base to a frog

  1. markfiend says:

    Erratum: little froggy is folded from 8cm paper, not 55mm paper as I originally stated (post corrected).

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