Crooked Witch (Andrew Hudson): Instructions

Designer: 
Folder: 
Adams, Sara
Difficulty Level: 
Intermediate
Model type: 
Halloween
Characters
Paper ratio: 
Square

Halloween Origami Instructions: Crooked Witch (Andrew Hudson)

Paper used in the video: 15cm square of kami (6in)
Model: 7.5cm wide, 14cm high (3in, 5.5in)

Looking for a Halloween model? Or want to recreate Wicked's Elphaba in origami? Then this superb by Andrew Hudson is definitely for you!

Comments

Hi sara...like all of your models...it looks great..but im a little confused as to where the face is...can you explain in another video or something? plz?...then ill only make it...srry...:/...plz reply

I'm sure you can locate the mouth. ;)
If you look closely you can see that the head is separated from the hair by an edge / a layer of paper. And the hair is then all around, including some color changes.

-- Sara

Great video and perfect for Halloween! Do you have any plans for Thanksgiving?

I fear I don't have any thanksgiving video plans. I'm already having trouble keeping up with one video a month right now. :(
As to celebrating, Thanksgiving is an American holiday, it's not celebrated in Germany.

-- Sara

OK, keep up the great work! :D

Hi Sara, I was wondering how you get a good angle from the camera. You don't have a cameraman.(do you?)

No, I use a tripod. Coincidentally, I'm currently working on a guide for making instructional videos, and camera positioning will of course be included. I'll publish more information on that later on this year. For now I'll just have to tease your curiosity. :)

-- Sara

Sara, I know this is a stupid question, but I am only 10, what is a tripod?

An image search on Google should give you a rough idea. ;) It's basically a three-legged object, which you can then attach stuff to.
Here's the tripod I have:
https://www.manfrotto.com/product/0/055XPROB/_/055XPROB_Pro_Tripod_(Black)

I also bought a head for it, but it seems it's discontinued.
In any case, I did quite a bit of research before I bought this tripod. It's surely a quite specialized one, but was well worth the money.

-- Sara

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