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Imperial Walker

Repeat on other side

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Petal fold Squash fold

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Unfold. Repeat steps 9 to 11 on left side

Crimp both sides in toward the middle

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Repeat behind

Tuck flap inside body. Repeat behind

Inside reverse fold

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Petal fold along existing crease. Tuck flap inside the body

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Unfold the flap

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Petal fold
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Collapse along existing creases

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Fold the large flap down and out while folding one flap to the right

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Thin the top layer only with an inside reverse fold

Fold two flaps to the right

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Repeat steps 28 to 30

Crease very hard. There's no reference point; wherever looks good

Crease very hard, reversing previous crease

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Squash fold upwards Sink the back. (sorry) Closed sink is better, but an open sink is easier. Alternatively, just unfold a flap from step 14 and trap the back behind it
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Side view:

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Fold the flap down while opening up the sides, like a reverse-petal fold

Lift the bottom and narrow the head to make it 3-D. Additional adjustment may be necessary

...like so.

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Hind: Front:

Repeat steps 38 to 40 on each of the feet. Note that despite the differing layers, the leg layers each have a general M shape. The first squash would be toward the top of the 'M'

Getting all four legs even can be tricky. Why not try putting one leg up as if it were walking. Or about to crush a hapless snowspeeder?

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