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King Cobra (3D Origami) by Denierim King Cobra (3D Origami) by Denierim
Finished August 25th, 2011

Sorry for the terrible picture quality... Didn't have any nature light when I took this picture and I haven't had a chance after this. This was the most frustrating 3D origami I've ever made, because the paper was extremely thick and raw. Took me ages to make this... But it was definitely worth it!

I did not design this origami, nor can I take all the credit for it. I thank 1petiteSorciere of YouTube for the great instruction video this was made with!

3D origami is basically folding small pieces of paper into triangles that fit together to form this rather strong structure. If you're interested, I suggest you find some beginners tutorials on Youtube. Trust me, there's a lot of them!
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tani90 Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2014
Please, please!!! Send me the diagrama,
Thanks in advance.
tanya_andreevaa@abv.bg
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Denierim Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I unfortunately don't have the diagram for this, as I made it from a youtube instruction video. The video helped me a ton and you  can find it here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUj5N3…

I hope this helps :)
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MorCav Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2013  Student
Looks really realistic, scared me when I saw it! So great job! About how big is it?
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Denierim Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you, I'm glad you like it! I I'm not sure how long the snake is from tale to head, but when it's curled like this, it's about 23 centimeters in diameter and the head stands up to a 16 centimeter height. So I'd say it's a bit smaller than a real cobra, but still a pretty nice size for such a design. :)
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MorCav Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2013  Student
it really is. and that is still a pretty large piece of art, and I think many people prefer it to the real thing!
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MoonWhiteShadow Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2012
mine is kind of like yours, only patterns are bit far away from each other and has white. It's isn't finished yet but whenever I tried to curve the body like it's neck, it breaks easily.... -.- Any tips? I'm using 1/32 A4 paper.
Nice job btw 8D
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Denierim Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I think the bending of this model is the toughest part... I broke this model like a dozen times before I managed to get it to the right position; what made it even more difficult is I used very raw paper that made re-connection the modules really difficult... The only tip I can really give you is patience. Just try and bend it slowly from everywhere; no major bends in one particular place. When you use a bit extra time with it, go slow and easy with it, you'll manage to do the bending. Good luck with it and thanks :D
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MoonWhiteShadow Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2012
Lol i bent mine too much that it's too loose stay up all by itself. After taking the photo, I used a lot of glue... >.>
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