Nghệ thuật xếp hình Nhật Bản:martini

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  1. Martini Glass (or Birdbath) Copyright 1998-99 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved Begin with a rectangle of proportions 7 x 3. A rectangle 248mm x 106mm yields a model 65mm tall, with a 43mm base diameter and a 68mm top diameter. Although I designed the model for a dollar bill, I don’t recommend using one, as the process is unpleasant, and the product is small and ugly. 1. Begin with white side up. Divide 2. Soft valley-fold. 3. Mountain-fold all the way into 1/12ths with valley-creases. Repeat at right end. across the bottom. Unfold (After the 1/3 lines, it’s pretty easy.) completely. 4. Valley-fold on same 5. Valley top edge to 6. Mountain on 7. Add mountain- crease. Unfold. a little bit below the same crease. creases, bisecting the crease. Unfold. Unfold. little rectangles. 3 3 2 1 1 2 3 3 8. Add mountain- 8a. Technique: grab a 9. Add more creases (see next 9a. Technique: similar to 8a. pleat, swing bottom mountain-creases step for technique). under until perpendicular, (see next step for then spread bottom of technique). pleat, pinching the mountain-fold.
  2. Martini Glass (continued) Copyright 1998-99 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved 10. Add mountain and valley 10a. (other side!) Technique: 10b. ...and valley through creases (see next 2 steps for grab a pleat... both layers of the pleat, and technique). unfold. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 10 11. Back to white side. Extend middle mountain crease to bottom edge in sectors 4, 7, and 10. 12. Roll into a tube on the 1/12 valley creases. Two segments will overlap (doesn’t matter which are on top). buckled edges 4 7 10 two-ply overlapped edges 13. Pinch the middle region, 15. View from below. Form using the 1/12 creases and 14. Distribute the middle ridges a septagon, using the their bisectors. Keep the two cylindrically, then spread and extended mountain-creases overlapped sectors together as flatten the base, while rounding in sectors 4, 7, and 10 to a single layer. the top into a 10-sided cone. buckle three of the triangles. No new creases!
  3. Martini Glass (continued) Copyright 1998-99 Stephen Hecht. All Rights Reserved 16. (Enlarged) Pleat each 17. Tuck pleated flap into the pocket. Repeat with 18. Trim corners. loose flap in thirds. other two flaps. Some shifting needed. 19. This is a single vertical ridge of the “stem”, with attached section of base and bowl. Using existing creases (from step 10), fold in half, but only until perpendicular. Note valley fold at base. Also note mountain folds at the top, which don’t flatten. Repeat all the way around the stem, keeping overlap together, and treating some edges two-at-a-time. Gradually tighten up the structure, bit-by-bit. Patience! 20. Top of the “bowl”. Flip over tiny rim. 21. Stretch pleats all the way around, adjust, 22. Finished. flatten, sharpen.
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