INDICE DE DIAGRAMAS

Simbolos, Pliegues y Bases.....................Pag. 04 Piezas Ajedrez (Base del Pájaro).........Pag. 10 (por Joseph Wu)

Tablero de Ajedrez.................................Pag. 15 (por Marc Kirschenbaum)

Juego de Ajedrez Completo...................Pag. 22 (Por el Dr. Stephen O´Hanlon)

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Posición del papel: Color arriba. Color abajo. Papel de un solo color.

Pliegues y líneas básicas:
Todos los pliegues tienen una representación gráfica que esta compuesta por un tipo de línea y una flecha asociada a ella, así que simplemente viendo el tipo de flecha o de línea sabremos como debemos doblar. Esto puede ser muy útil en aquellas zonas del libro donde por su pequeño tamaño no se sepa con seguridad si la línea que aparece es valle o montaña.

Tipo de línea. Pliegue valle.

Proceso de plegado.

Explicación.
Consiste en doblar hacia delante, llevando un lado del papel sobre el otro.

Pliegue Monte.

Consiste en doblar hacia atrás, llevando un lado del papel sobre el otro. Esto en realidad no es un pliegue, son dos que se hacen uno tras otro. Consiste en doblar, bien sea en monte o en valle y acontinuación desdoblar. El resultado que queda es una marca.

Plegar y desplegar.
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Marca.

Las marcas son siempre el resultado de plegar y desplegar algo.

Rayos X.

Este tipo de línea, puede representar pliegues que se están haciendo en alguna capa de nuestro modelo que no podemos ver o bien marcarnos alguna línea del borde de la figura que está oculta.

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Su flecha asociada es quebrada y apunta en la dirección del valle. se hace al exterior. Pliegue hundido. Se coge el modelo por donde indican las manos y se estira hasta obtener el resultado mostrado en el siguiente paso. Pliegue hendido. Pliegue Vuelto. Es una forma de invertir una punta. de forma que al terminar el hundido el modelo quede totalmente plano. y Consiste en un pliegue valle inmediatamente seguido por otro en monte. 90º Volver el modelo. Es un sistema sencillo para "adelgazar" una punta y al mismo tiempo cambiarla de dirección. Estirar.Pliegues compuestos: Pliegue escalonado. Visión ampliada Visión disminuida 05 . Pliegue en oreja de conejo. pero en vez de doblar hacia el interior. Como en el caso anterior este proceso permite cambiear la dirección a una punta. Partes iguales. = = Girar. Es un pliegue muy similar al hundido. Doble oreja de conejo. que generalmente se hace en las puntas para cambiarles la dirección. Otros Símbolos importantes: Repetir tantas veces como rayas tenga la flecha. Consiste en dos orejas de conejo que se hacen al mismmo tiempo por cada lado de la punta.

2.Esta parte del libro. Base Preliminar: 1. pretende exponer algunas de las bases tradicionales que sirven para iniciar determinadas figuras y que evitan así el repetir estos pasos en el diagrama correspondiente. 2. Base Bomba: 1. BASES Base Cometa: 1. 06 . 2.

Base Pájaro: 1. 3. 2. Repetir 2-4 en los otros tres lados. 5. 2. 4. 4. 4. 3. Base Rana: 1. 3. 07 .Base Pez: 1. 6. 2. 5.

6. Repetir 3 y 4. 5. 2. 08 . 4. 6. 3. 5. Base Blintz Pez: 1. 2. 7.Base Pájaro estirada: 1. 3. 4.

Repetir 6-9. 10. 8. 7. 3. 7. 6. 9. 5. 5. 2.Base Blintz Pájaro: 1. 2. Base Blintz Rana: 1. 4. 8. 3. 09 . 4. 6.

9. Knight and Rook start here. 10 . Repeat behind. Rabbit-ear. Bishop and Queen start here. 7. 11. 1. Pawn and King start here. 4.Juego de Ajedrez Base del Pájaro (by Joseph Wu) Start with a square. Squash each flap upward. 8. 2. 5. 3. Valley folds to the centre. After step 11. Rabbit-ear. “Minor miracle”. Squash each flap downward. After step 8. Inside reverse folds. Fold and unfold. 10. Repeat Behind. 12. white side up. Preliminary fold.

2. Fold all corners over the next flap. Mountain fold all eight flaps into the model. Inflate the bottom to form a square base. 1. Fold and unfold all flaps. 2. Inflate the bottom to form a square base. 1. 3. 11 .Juego de Ajedrez Base del Pájaro (by Joseph Wu) Pawn: Start after step 10 of page 1. 4. Flip each flap inward. Bishop: Start after step 12 of page 1. Rabbit-ear all flaps. 3. 5. Fold and unfold all flaps.

3. Fold front and back flaps over to one side. 2. Crimp. 5. Inside reverse fold. Outside reverse fold. 1. 6. Outside reverse fold. 9.Juego de Ajedrez Base del Pájaro (by Joseph Wu) Knight: Start after step 4 of page 1. Inflate the bottom to form a square base. and tuck inside. 8. Valley fold down. 4. Outside reverse fold. 1218 . 7. Crimp.

4. Inflate the bottom to form a square base. Inside reverse fold the right side of each flap. Fold all flaps down. The tips will not lie flat. 6. 3. 3. Inflate the bottom to form a square base. Valley fold tips up to form the crown. 13 . Fold all flaps down. Tuck the left corner of each flap into the pocket of the next flap. 2. Fold all flaps up 4. 1. 2. Fold and unfold the corners of all flaps along existing creases. 5. 1.Juego de Ajedrez Base del Pájaro (by Joseph Wu) Rook: Start after step 4 of page 1. Queen: Start after step 12 of page 1. Sink the tips of all flaps in half.

and (c) were easily distinguishable. The premise behind this series of chess pieces was to design a chess set that (a) could be folded from the same sized squares. (b) were 3D. The first piece to be designed was the knight. and I’m actually still not happy with its look. the bishop. 2. and the king. the rook. 1. followed by the pawn. Actually. and the queen. Inflate the bottom to form a square base.Juego de Ajedrez Base del Pájaro (by Joseph Wu) King: Start after step 10 of page 1. Squash fold each flap upward. The king caused me all sorts of problems. the queen. The completed chess set. Narrow each flap with valley folds. the pawn shown in the photo is an older version that did not have the long flaps tucked inside the model. the knight. 3. the bishop. the pieces are the pawn. From left to right. 14 . The rook came almost as an afterthought.

Pinch again. 15 . Valley corner to crease. 6. 11. Unfold. Precrease. 10. 8. Precrease the outer rows and columns. Pinch in half. Add additional precreases (divide the indicated columns and rows in half). Precrease along diagonals. 7. Divide each section further into fourths. Rotate model. using the intersections of diagonals as a guide. 5. 4. 3. 9. Turn over. 2. Valley to intersection of raw edges. Precrease section into fourths. Rotate model.Tablero de Ajedrez by Marc Kirschenbaum (NY) Complex A 25" square makes a 5" board 1996 1. 1/4 10.

16 . swinging the flap from behind to the forefront. Valley. Valley the edges to the nearest crease. 13. Valley inwards. Turn over. 15. Valley the corners in (one unit).12. 14. Repeat steps 13-15 on the other side. 13-15 16. Turn over. 17. This fold is touching the folds made in step 11.

22. Swivel in sides.12-17 1/4 18. Valley up. Repeat steps 12-17. Valley down. 23. Valley in half while incorporating reverse folds. Turn over and rotate. 1/4 19. 21. Rotate model. The layers will overlap at the top corners. 17 . 20.

Open out the hem forming a squash at the top. Mountain in half while incorporating reverse folds. Wrap around top point. Repeat steps 31-32 on the remaining three hems. 28. Repeat on other side. allowing the side flaps to swing outwards.24. 31-32 33. Form the horizontal mountain folds first. 35. Valley down sides. Reform. reversing at the bottom corners. Flip the square. Squash. 26. Repeat steps 29-30 at bottom. 31. 29. Pull out single layer (you will have to raise the flap slightly to do this). 34. Rotate model. Spread squash the bottom. Swivel in the sides. Spread apart the pleats. 32. 18 . changing the direction of some of the folds. Repeat at the other side. 25. 1/4 27. Repeat at other side. 30. View from step 28.

reverse the corner back in (you will have to raise the flap slightly). Valley outwards. swivel over the hem. Swing down. 43. 37. Valley up. squashing the corners. 42. Wrap a single layer around at each side. 44. On the other side. 38.22-30 36. Turn over. At the left. 19 . 41. 39. Repeat steps 22-30. Pull out a single layer at the three indicated flaps. Valley outwards. 40.

48. Open out slightly and release a single layer. Wrap around a single layer. 47. Swing down. 46. Collapse the flap downwards.45. Reverse fold (you will have to raise the flap slightly to do this). 53. 50. 49. Closed sink the top corner while collapsing the bottom point and swinging it upwards. 51. Valley down. Unsink a single layer 52. 54. Swing flap up. 55. Valley back up while incorporating a reverse fold. 56. Spread squash the corner. The section will not lie flat. 20 . Close back up.

Open out. 64. 61. 21 . 59. 40-62 63. Swivel over. I am especially thankful to John. Allow the squares to interlock.57. Crimp the side squares inwards while collapsing the center square downwards. Swing down lightly. 58. Swing back up. 48-59 44-47 60. Collapse all of the squares inwards. folding the center square out of the way. 65. for sharing his trials and tribulations with this subject matter. using the folds from step 61. this will work out to one step per square. Repeat steps 40-62 at the top. At 64 steps. Repeat steps 48-59 at the left and 44-47 at the right. Completed Chess Board ©1996 Marc Kirschenbaum This model was inspired by the successful chess boards of Stephen Casey and John Montroll. 62.

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