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Great White Shark

Great White Shark

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Origami
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Categories:Topics, Art & Design
Published by: slobro81 on Apr 10, 2007
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Great White Shark 
by Joseph Wu(Diagrams ©1999 by Joseph Wu)This model was commissioned by the New York Times, and appeared in the business section of the Sunday, April 11, 1999, edition. It was designed on April 7-8, 1999. The tail construction borrows heavily from John Montrolls
blue shark
that appears in
Origami Sea Life
. The body is based on my 
orca
model.
Permission is granted for duplication of these diagrams for personal use and for teaching purposes. The model may not be usedcommercially (sold, displayed, photographed, or taught) without the express consent of the designer. Requests for permissionmay be made by email at <josephwu@ultranet.ca> or by telephone at +1-604-730-0306 ext. 105.
3. Collapse.5. Precrease.6. Precrease top layer only.7. Precrease.8. Precrease. (This step can beomitted.)4. Mountain fold two cornersunder.2. Precrease.1. Precrease into fifths.
 
Great White Shark 
by Joseph Wu(Diagrams ©1999 by Joseph Wu)Page 29. Grid precreasing complete.10. Pleat11. Precrease through all threelayers.12. Zoom in.13. Squash one side.14. Petal fold.15. Valley fold flap down.16. Tuck the flap inside.17. Fold flap back.
 
Great White Shark 
by Joseph Wu(Diagrams ©1999 by Joseph Wu)Page 318. Repeat steps 13-17 on theother side.19. Zoom out.20. Mountain fold the tipbehind.23. Inside reverse fold theinnermost layer.22. [Enlarged view.] Collapse the near and far sides against the body.21. Fold in half, forming thedorsal fin at the same time. Thesides will not lay flat.24. Wrap a layer around to thefront. Repeat behind.25. Fold the near side up.Repeat behind.26. Inside reverse fold. Repeatbehind.

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