Beautiful and complex rose origami NS rose origami real photo illustration
The most famous of all origami roses is the Kawasaki Rose, but Kawasaki roses are relatively simple and require some difficult challenges for those who love to fold roses! Everyone has their own rose folding skills, share a beautiful and complex NS Rose Origami and learn it!
Part I: Paper Cutting. Since it’s a five-petaled rose, use a positive pentagonal paper.
The pentagonal paper is cut.
Fold the bottom tip of the triangle toward the center line and leave a crease, which is how it looks from the side bottom.
Use crease 2 to find crease 1 and leave the crease.
The look after opening. Each layer is done according to this step and becomes what it looks like in the picture below.
To recover fracture 2, find a section near the top and divide it into three equal sections, all three alpha lengths.
Identify the rightmost part of the figure above, parallel to the edge valley fold.
After leaving the crease, divide the five layers into three on one side and two on the other as on the 18th floor, then fold the three left layers together along the crease valley, recover the folded crease 2, turn it over, and repeat the crease step on the opposite side by one third.
The two third lines overlap to form a very chic shape.
A few layers of small lozenge at the upper end, so it looks thick. The windmill turns to start, keeping those five one-third creases, and it’s time to test everyone’s skills.
Press down gently and flatten the middle standing section.
Turn it over.
Pull a ridge up gently and make a slight arc at the top end.
Use this ridge to find the next one, coming counterclockwise.
After finding the position, compact the crease underneath and the five sides are done.
It’s starting to look like a rose. Use your pinky finger or the eraser tip of a pencil to widen the center of the flower, and make it more rounded.
Wrap it up a little.
The following steps are a bit more difficult, and are the key steps to making double petals! This is a left side of the rose.
The line from the left is crease 2, crease m, the top of crease m and the bottom of crease 1, and crease 1. The line is then marked as G, and the G mountain is folded.
Make a vertical line from the top of G and fold the mountain on the right side (inside side). Brace yourself to form an irregular quadrilateral. Part of the ridge in the diagram above is the quadrilateral diagonal.
Pinch and fold the quads so that they attach to the left side.
Turn at an angle and make a vertical line and valley fold from the top of the picture.
After flipping, flatten the standing area as shown.
The remaining four sides of the same method.
Wrap up back in the cup.
See above where my pinky is on the side, folding the side up so that that side overlaps with the top side (not done well here, should go up some more) process diagram.
Fold the remaining sides the same way, and then fold the side effect picture.
Upside down, bottom side view.
Notice that the bottom of this rose is empty, fold those little sharp corners down one by one, the mountain fold will do.
Flip it back so that the top is facing you and the rose comes out in the shape of a flower. The first step in plasticizing turns the petals underneath.
Turn the top layer again.
The petals underneath have two layers, making a small triangle on the side and folding back by the midline valley, the purpose being to make the petals look better.
The difference between sides that are folded as such and those that are not.
Rounded up some say, gorgeous finish!
On the bottom, note that this rose does not have a closed bottom.
Beautiful origami roses complete, has everyone learned yet? ~