Submitted by Sara on 26 March 2012 - 4:13pm
Review of the paper used:
After having folded the simpler version of the peacock, I decided to also fold the one with the more elaborate feathers. Perhaps father and son?
Paper: 15cm square of blue Tant, 26.5cm square of green Tant
blue peacock: 7cm high, 9cm wide, 3.5cm deep
green peacock: 11.5cm high, 14.5cm wide, 6cm deep
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 2 April 2012 - 6:33pm Permalink
Can you make a tutorial on this?
Submitted by Sara on 3 April 2012 - 8:24pm Permalink
Not in the near future at least
This peacock is diagrammed in "Genuine Origami" by Jun Maekawa. I just published a video on a rabbit from the same book, so I don't plan to demonstrate another model from the book in the near future. Hope you understand,
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 13 April 2012 - 3:52am Permalink
Can you please explain what you have to do in steps 56-58 as i do not understand what you have to do with the paper to lock the fan of the peacock.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 18 July 2013 - 9:55am Permalink
it a nice compromise between
it a nice compromise between a peacock and some tessalation would love to creat something like this
Submitted by Lisa (not verified) on 6 January 2014 - 7:58am Permalink
Use of this image
Just to let you know that I'm hoping to use your image (above) with full credit on our university Facebook page. Our campus in Perth, Australia has 6 peacocks that live with us and we use pictures of peacocks in our social media messages - I thought this one was a bit different and would be worth sharing. Happy to link back to your site for credit.
Submitted by Sara on 6 January 2014 - 8:15am Permalink
Feel free to use the image. I would ask you to include credits as well as a link to this site.
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