is not a very difficult dino-model, but it does look real cool Step
This is the front of the paper, the other side
is the same, but has no eyes printed on.
Prefold over these 2 lines
2: Fold over these 3 lines
Mountain-fold over the line below and valley-fold
over the upper line.
Do the same on the backside
Press the end on the right to the left by folding
over these 2 lines. Make the same folds on the
Open the model from below, see arrow
Valley-fold over this line, the corner indicated
by the arrow is pulled upwards while you do this.
Press the place indicated by the arrow flat
Repeat step 6 and 7 on the other side of
Repeat steps 4 to 8 on the other side,
use the yellow lines as starting point (they are
placed a little further from the center then the
lines of step 4)
Press the edge inwards by making an inside reverse
fold over these 3 lines
Make another inside reverse fold on the edge
Repeat steps 10 and 11 on the other side,
Pull the leg on the left a little to the right by
folding over the 2 lines on the left.
Pull the leg on the right a little to the left by
folding over the 2 lines on the right.
Do the same on the other side of the model
Hold the neck between your fingers on the spot
indicated by the blue dot.
Then, press the head flat with your other hand,
against the fingers which are holding the neck.
Use the yellow lines as help (make the same 2 folds
on the other side of the head, mirror-wise)
Mountain-fold over the upper line and
valley-fold over the line below.
Valley-fold over this short line
Mountain-fold over this yellow line,
do the same on the other side of the neck.
Mountain-fold over this line,
do the same on the other side of the tail.
Push/fold/bend the tip of the tail to the left
(=upwards in this picture)
Mountain-fold on the upper layer. Valley-fold
on the same place on the layer below
Hold the brown part between your fingers. Then push
it downwards a little, in the direction of the arrow.
Pull the brown part to the left on 3 places by
folding over these 3 pairs of yellow lines
This is a video with instructions for folding the Dimetrodon-Dino: