Designed by: Marc Vigo Anglada

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Designed by: Marc Vigo Anglada
Designed by:
Marc Vigo Anglada
Diagrammed by: Márcio Noguchi
Created: June 2006
1
2
3
Turn
over.
Begin color side down.
Steps 1-4 are pre-creases for
the preliminary base.
5
4
© Marc Vigo
The diagrams are strictly for your personal and non-commercial use only.
Please refrain from using the diagrams or folded models for commercial purposes
or publication in any form or media without my written permission.
Colapse using existing
creases, for the
preliminary base.
7
6
Squash fold.
Repeat squash fold for the
remaining 3 flaps.
8
9
11
12
Squash fold top left flap, while
bringing the top right flap
slightly upward.
10
7-10
Turn
over.
Collapse. Bring the top right
flap to the original position (of
step 7).
Repeat steps 7 to 10 on the left
side.
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13
Fold parallel to the center
line, along the folded edge.
Start where the crease ends
on raw edge.
Unfold the top layer.
Fold and unfold to create
crease along the center line.
17
16
Collapse on existing
creases.
Pre-crease all layers.
Open flap to original position
(step 14)
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18
© Marc Vigo
The diagrams are strictly for your personal and non-commercial use only.
Please refrain from using the diagrams or folded models for commercial purposes
or publication in any form or media without my written permission.
15
14
Squash fold.
20
Pre-crease, and collapse.
21
Inside reverse fold.
Fold in half, along the
center line.
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a
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b
c
Shape the head by lifting the
front horn (outside reverse fold)
and back horns, and opening
the mouth.
Shape the head by lifting the front
horn (outside reverse fold) and back
horns, and opening the mouth.
24
25
© Marc Vigo
The diagrams are strictly for your personal and non-commercial use only.
Please refrain from using the diagrams or folded models for commercial purposes
or publication in any form or media without my written permission.
Shape the wings by “thinning”
folding it into half, and opening
slightly. Repeat with wing on
the other wing.
26
Thin the body and tail while
thinning also (the dark part
of) the wings.
Crimp in several segments to
shape the tail .
Snake Dragon – Page 3

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