3D origami is a type of paper craft that involves folding sheets of paper in complex ways to create three-dimensional shapes. It is a great way to make beautiful, intricate creations without the need for glue or scissors. With some patience and practice, anyone can learn how to make 3D origami designs.
Gather Materials. You will need some specific materials in order to make 3D origami designs.
You will need origami paper, which is typically thin, square sheets of colored paper with a pattern on one side. You will also need an X-Acto knife and cutting mat for cutting the paper into smaller pieces. Additionally, you may want to use a ruler and pencil for marking out measurements before cutting the paper into pieces.
Create Triangular Pieces. Start by taking the origami paper and using the X-Acto knife and ruler to cut it into triangular pieces.
The size of each triangle will depend on the size of your desired design, but typically each triangle should be about 1/2 inch wide at its base and 1 inch tall. Cut as many triangles as you need in order to complete your design.
Fold Each Triangle. Now that you have all your triangles cut out, it’s time to fold each one into a cone shape by bringing the two sides together and folding them over one another until they meet at the tip of the triangle.
Each cone should be about 1/3 inch wide at its base when finished. Be sure not to crease any of the folds too tightly or else it may cause problems when assembling your design later on.
Assemble Your Design. Once all your cones are folded, start assembling them together with their bases overlapping each other until you have created your desired shape or pattern. You can use glue or tape if necessary in order to keep everything together while assembling it.
Conclusion: Making 3D origami designs is a great way to create beautiful works of art without using any tools such as scissors or glue. With some patience and practice anyone can learn how to make these intricate designs by gathering materials such as origami paper, an X-Acto knife and cutting mat, then cutting out triangular pieces which are then folded into cones before finally being assembled together into your desired shape or pattern.