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Origami Submarine (easy) This
model is only the top of a submarine, so it looks like it's really
when you place it on a blue paper. Step
This paper is black on both sides.
Prefold over these 2 lines.
2: Fold over these three lines.
Fold over these 2 lines,
do the same on the flap at the backside.
Pull the flap downwards, see arrow.
Valley-fold over this short line. The corner
indicated by the arrow is pulled upwards
when you do this.
Press the place indicated by the arrow flat.
Repeat step 5 and 6 on the other side, see
orange line at the left.
Valley-fold over this line.
Fold the flap upwards again.
Repeat steps 4 to 8 on the backside,
see yellow arrow.
Pull the tip indicated by the arrow downwards
by making an inside reverse fold over these
lines. Valley-fold on the same place as the line
below on the layer at the backside.
Open the bottom of the model, see arrow.
Then turn the model, see next picture.
Fold the flap in half.
Fold the flap in half one more time.
Turn the model again.
Sharpen the edge by making a mountain-fold over
this line. Do the same on the other side.
This picture shows the front of the submarine.
Make the same sort of folds as in step 10
over these lines.
Open the backside, see arrow.
This is a top view of the model.
Pull the tip upwards by making an
inside reverse fold over these 3 lines.
Mountain-fold over these 2 lines.
Valley-fold on the same place as the line on
the right at the layer below.
This origami video has instructions for the Submarine too:
Wooden Submarine, the
This is one of the first submarines ever made,
and it has a steam powered engine. It's made in 1859
and most parts of it are real wood.
It's maximum diving dept was 20 metres(66ft).