Origami Dragon at WikiDot here, and this is a tutorial on "How to Make a Simple Origami Dragon". This is a relatively simple origami dragon, especially comparing to masterpieces of origami dragons like famous Bahamut - Divine Dragon by Satoshi Kamiya.
You can see him in the picture below.
It is important to understand, that if you are a beginner, you probably won't be able to fold such a complex origami models. Indeed, this Divine Dragon really is a wonderful piece of art, it is a very advanced origami dragon. Behind all great masterpieces of art lie years of hard work and practice. If you want to fold one day something similar, the best thing you could do is fold, fold, and fold.
You can begin right now from that simple origami dragon. This one does not even requires origami paper (which is thinner, and stronger that the ordinary paper) to fold it, so if you don't have any origami paper around, you could simply use anything made of paper around you.
I folded this simple origami dragon out of basic A4 piece of paper, making it square, of course, before I started. Of course, if you do have origami paper around you, this is great, since it is so much easier to work with.
Actually, you do want to fold from japanese origami paper, and if you like origami, and plan on folding much more, I will suggest you to get origami paper. Here is an Amazon link to Origami Paper, 18 color, 500 sheets #OG4500. This is an affiliate link, so if you actually go ahead and order yourself a nice colored origami paper, Amazon will pay me an affiliate commission. You don't have to do that of course, if you're not planning on making origami one of your hobbies. But if you do buy from that link, I owe you my thanks, and to return the favor I'm presenting you this simple origami dragon tutorial 8)
We shall start from the basic pattern, known as the Bird Base. This base is very common, and if you don't know how to fold it yet, you should follow the tutorial at this link - Folding a Bird Base. Ok, now when you have folded the bird base, lets start folding that awesome origami dragon.
You have finished your origami dragon! Congratulations! You deserve a cookie.
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