Secretary Bird (Romàn Díaz)

Diaz, Roman
Adams, Sara
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Paper: 19.5cm square of transparent paper
Model: 7cm high, 10cm long, 3.5cm wide


i sarah can yo make a video of this one ???
i hope you can please!
by the way keep on foldin you are a great teacher!!!
thanks to you i'm a high intermediate

good fold
im about to fold myne!

Sara could you help me a bit ?I stuck at step 43 I don't understand what layer i suppose to free and to get that white triangle on the next step

Ha, if I remember correctly that step gave me a hard time, too. I haven't folded this in a long while now, and only did so twice back then. But if I remember correctly, this might help:
In step 43 the arrow points upwards, thus implying that you unfold the top layer. If you look at step 44 you will see that the top right corner of step 43 isn't in the top, though, but has moved a bit down and left. So rather than unfolding upwards, just pull out the layer towards yourself. The model will be 3D.
Hopefully this will get you going,

-- Sara

Hi Sara , Can you make a tutorial for this to please it's wonderful .I know i'm very boring but i like your folding. Good Bye


Hm, not sure about this one. I'll have to fold it again, and if I think it's doable contact Roman Diaz. I remember it had some tricky steps, and I'm not sure whether it's a bit too hard to demonstrate in a video. I'll have to check first. I fear I've been very busy lately and will be in the months to come, so even just deciding (i.e. finding time to fold it - or anything really) is going to take some time.

-- Sara

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