Pig This Pig design came from an Design and diagram info: earlier Sheep design which Date: 24 May 2009 had a lot of excess paper in Difficulty: High Intermediate the head area. It looked quite Time to fold: 1 Hour easy to convert the Sheep into a pig, especially the fact that the Sheep had a nice Crease Pattern: Paper: Snout Ear round body shape. Inspired Front leg Single Uncut Square by Ronald Koh’s Pig Size: 30 cm (expertly folded by Boon), Color: Pink - Pink and some inspiration from Type: Kami Good Joseph Wu, Roman Diaz and Foil Good TienYin Yau (one late night Wet-Fold Best Hind folding at TienYin’s place), leg the design easily fell into place. It wasn’t meant to be a Ratio: 0.47 Length “quality” design, but due to the interest on my flickr page, by Quentin Trollip c I decided to diagram it anyway. Tail Although it looks like an easy fold, some practice will be required to fold a good rendition. There is an easier way to fold the face (by Pig, making an Open Sink on the crease made in step 45), but the way it is diagrammed gives a better result – no open layers and easier to round the head when shaping at the end. The diagrams were done for 1. 2. Blintz Fold. the enjoyment of all who want to fold it. Please use for personal use only. Also note that the diagrams are unedited, so SPARE me if there are any mistakes I have overlooked. Please enjoy. 3. Valley Fold. 4. Unfold. 5. Turn over. 6. Valley Fold and Unfold. 7. Valley Folds through the top layer only. by Quentin Trollip c 8. Valley Folds and Unfold. 9. Inside Reverse Folds. 10. Valley Folds and Unfold Enlarge. Pig, 11. Squash Folds. 13. Pull out the raw edge from inside. 14. 15. Valley Fold. 16. Inside Reverse Fold. 17. Repeat steps 15 to 16 on 18. Repeat steps 13 to 17 on 19. Turn over. the next edge. the bottom. by Quentin Trollip c 20. Valley Fold. 21. Valley Folds and Unfold. 22. Valley Folds and Unfold. Pig, 23. Valley Fold. 24. Swivel Folds. 25. Valley Fold the whole model in half. Rotate 45 degrees. 26. Unfold the flap from 27. Inside Reverse Fold. 28. Valley Fold as far as you can. inside. Repeat behind. Repeat behind. parallel 29. Valley Fold. 30. Inside Reverse Fold. 31. Valley Fold. Repeat behind. Repeat behind. Repeat behind. by Quentin Trollip c 32. Closed Sink. 33. Inside Reverse Fold. 34. Inside Reverse Fold. Repeat behind. Repeat behind and on Repeat behind. the other fron leg. Pig, 35. Inside Reverse Fold. 36. Swivel Fold. 37. Inside Reverse Fold. Repeat behind. Repeat behind and on the Repeat behind. other back leg. 38. Swivel Fold behind. The folds should fall into place 39. Mountain Fold. 40. Crimp Fold. easily. Repeat behind. Repeat behind. 41. Valley Fold the ear back. 42. Enlarge. 43. Outside Reverse Fold. Repeat behind. by Quentin Trollip c 44. Unfold the raw corner. 45. Valley Fold and Unfold. 46. Rabbit Ear and Unfold. Pig, 47. Squash Fold symmetrically. 48. Closed Sink. 49. Closed Sink the next point. 50. Refold the raw corner to 51. Swing the snout up. 52. Valley Fold and Unfold. the position in step 44. 53. Valley Fold and Unfold. 54. Inside Reverse Fold. 55. Inside Reverse Fold. Repeat behind. by Quentin Trollip c 56. Crimp Fold In and Out. 57. Untrap a single layer from 58. Squash Fold to form the eye. inside. Repeat behind. Repeat behind. Scale change. Pig, 59. Valley Fold. 60. Inside Reverse Fold. 61. Crimp Fold the trotters. Repeat behind. Repeat behind. Twirl the tail. 62. Inside Reverse Folds. 63. Round the body and head, Pig. shape the ears.
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