Kriteria High Care Unit (HCU) masuk dan keluar unit.Full description
Descripción: Biografía de R. Hubbard
Ronald Koh - 1998
Valley fold the lower diagonal edges to the crease line in the centre.
Use a square of 25 cm for a 17 cm model. With the white side faced up, fold diagonally in half, crease firmly, and unfold. 4.
Turn the paper over ...
... and fold down the triangular section at the top ...
... like this. Turn the paper over again ...
... and open out .
Fold in half.
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Separate the two diagonal edges and squash fold ...
Petal fold as illustrated ...
... like this, then valley fold the upper diagonal edges to the centre, crease firmly, and unfold. 13.
... like this. Now fold the vertical edges to the centre, crease firmly, and unfold.
... then fold the triangular tab up before turning the paper over.
Separate the edges on the left and draw one layer to the right, while bringing the point at the bottom all the way up ... 15.
... like this. Now bring the apex of the first layer down while folding the vertical edges on each side to the centre. 16. Turn the paper over.
Grasp the circled portion of the paper and pull gently apart, ...
... then lift up the white layer completely.
Bring the two circled corners together again, collapsing the paper in the centre as illustrated, along existing crease lines.
Reverse fold on both sides ...
Valley fold to the left ...
Separate the two diagonal edges and squash fold.
... then fold the central piece up again, and turn the paper over.
... then repeat Steps 22 and 23 on the right side.
Using existing crease lines on the front and back, swivel the top layer as illustrated ...
Fold the diagonal edges at the top half of the model to the vertical edges in the middle, crease firmly, and unfold. That done, fold up the triangular portion at the bottom.
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Now fold and unfold the lower diagonal edges to the vertical edges in the centre.
Fold and unfold on the left as shown, creasing well ...
... then bring the corner on the left down to corner on the lower half of the paper.
Reverse fold the first two tabs on each side ... Draw the edge of the paper in the middle to the left, while bringing the tip down.
The model should now look like this. Repeat Steps 26 to 29 on the right.
... followed by the next two.
Fold one layer up ...
... then pull the uppermost piece on the left all the way to the top ...
... push out the folds from the inside ... 38.
... pinch the layers together as shown, pushing in on the left at the same time ...
Valley fold as illustrated, bringing the lower corner on the left to the middle ...
... then draw the midpoint of the diagonal edge on the right to the left ...
... until this piece is completely flattened. Repeat Steps 34 to 36 on the right.
... like this. Fold and unfold the resulting triangular tab, creasing neatly.
Hold the lower corner of the triangular tab firmly in the middle while drawing the folds on the left to the right as illustrated ...
Fold one leaf to the left ...
... and crease firmly. Next, swivel the second leaf to the left and repeat Steps 41 and 42 on the right half of the assembly.
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... then open out again along the vertical edges in the centre.
Open out to the position before the start of Step 38 ...
Push out to unfold the horizontal layers in the middle, then fold the model in half from the left.
Separate the front from the back layers and sink fold at the top, then continue to collapse the paper as shown ...
Collapse the layer in front with a rabbit's ear fold to the triangular portion in the middle. Repeat on the second layer at the back,
... like this. Now separate the two layers and squash fold.
Swivel one leaf to the left ... ... then fold and unfold precisely as shown, creasing firmly.
Open out the layers from the centre temporarily and sink fold along crease lines made in Step 51.
Fold the lower half of the first layer upwards like so ...
Reverse fold the underlying layers as illustrated. Crease firmly.
... then valley fold down, exactly along the diagonal edge underneath.
Unfold to the position before the start of Step 54
Reverse fold along the resulting crease lines,
Reverse fold once more.
Swivel the triangular leaf to the right and repeat from Step 51 on the left side of the model.
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Grasp the piece in the centre and pull gently downwards as far as you can go ...
61. ... like this ...
... until the layers at the back are completely opened out. Rabbit's ear fold each of the resulting upright points in the middle ...
... to flatten the model completely as shown. Turn model over.
Fold the lower diagonal edges to the centre, crease well, and unfold. Crimp fold each side precisely as illustrated, then fold the model vertically in half.
The lizard begins to take shape. Pull the base of the forelegs, if necessary, free from the crimped folds in Step 65. Valley fold each of the legs downwards as illustrated, pulling the paper from behind to form little 'V's.
Next, mountain fold along the crease lines made in Step 64 to hide the excess paper within the body. Reverse fold the forelegs, and valley fold the hind legs. 68.
Perform tiny crimp folds at the base of each foreleg, then reverse fold the tail.
Valley fold along the length of the tail to narrow, while tucking the excess paper at its base within the body with mountain folds on each side.
70. Fold and unfold the tip of the hind legs, creasing well. Reverse fold the tip of the forelegs and bring the tail down with a reverse fold along its length. 71.
Do an outside reverse fold on each of the tips of the hind legs along the crease lines made in Step 70. Reverse fold the tips of the forelegs and the tail, while ensuring that the tips of all four legs and the lowest section of the tail are level.
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We shall now work on the head. First do an outside reverse fold ...
... then lift the layer beneath the head, while simultaneously reverse folding the two pieces on each side to flatten and open out ... 75.
... like this. Reverse fold the white layer underneath on both sides along the crease lines made in Step 55. Open out temporarily to free entangled layers if necessary.
A pair of sharp pointed tweezers will be useful a this stage. Gather the four innermost layers on each side at the base of the head and crimpfold as illustrated ...
... then reverse fold the lower jaw to open the mouth. Reverse and mountain fold both sides if the back to hide the excess paper.
Tuck each of the points at the back of the head firmly between the layers at their bases, as far down as possible. Next, use a pair of fine pointed tweezers to shape the eyes as illustrated.
The lizard's head, viewed from the front. Draw the pleated layers below the lower jaw at right angles to the rest of the frill, then mountain fold the bottom edges of the frill as shown.
Mountain fold more of the the excess paper on the back within the body, before gently shaping the head by flattening the frills against the body as much as possible and curling the jaws into position.
... and this ... Pleat the frill with a series of mountain and valley folds like this ...
... until you get this!
Round off the neck and body ...
... and the frilled lizard is done!
You can also vary the posture of the frilled lizard to you liking!