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Origami Baby (Design by Robert J. Lang)

Origami Baby (Design by Robert J. Lang)

by Ancella on January 29, 2011

in Human forms and Objects

Origami Baby (Design by Robert J. Lang)

Origami Baby (Design by Robert J. Lang)

This is a design by Robert J. Lang from his book – Origami Design Secrets: Mathematical Methods for an Ancient Art – which was released last year. It is an intermediate model and not all that difficult to fold. It is advisable to fold this model from a slightly larger sheet of paper as your first try , before settling down for a small sheet.

In order to get the color changes for the ‘pamper’ of the baby, you should select a duo colored paper, colored a different shade on either side. Since I did not have such a sheet, I chose a single side colored paper.

Origami Baby (Design by Robert J.Lang)

Origami Baby

Paper to use:
You can use kami, Tissue foil or any paper of your choice. Choose a thin paper as there are a lot of folds involved in the middle of the model – for the body of the baby. There are approximately 40 steps or so in the folding sequence.

How to fold the Origami Baby:
The diagrams for this model are available in Robert Lang’s Origami Design Secrets which you can purchase from Amazon.com or from Nicolas Terry’s Origami-Shop.com.

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Sara April 21, 2012 at 1:09 AM

Quick update: There’s now also an instructional video available for this model.
Check out http://www.happyfolding.com/instructions-lang-baby or http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtOAY9akZkE

Happy folding,

— Sara

Ancella April 21, 2012 at 10:02 AM

Thank you Sara for dropping by and leaving a note about the instructional video!

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