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Origami Prehistoric Squirrel – Scrat (Fernando Gilgado)

Origami Prehistoric Squirrel – Scrat (Fernando Gilgado)


Fold and unfold along the diagonals Fold the top right edge to the crease Repeat on the bottom right edge Unfold Repeat on the left side Fold the right corner Mountain-fold vertically
Use the corner as a reference point Line up the horizontal crease to make sure you’re folding perpendicular to it Unfold Valley-fold along the edge of the top layer Repeat on the other edge Unfold Fold the edge to the crease made on the previous step Unfold Repeat on top Fold the top and bottom corners
Note the reference points Unfold Fold the top right edge to the vertical crease and unfold Crease partially Repeat on the bottom Valley-fold using the indicated reference points Unfold Repeat on the bottom Fold the edge to the horizontal crease Reverse-fold using the creases from the previous steps Fold to the right Turn the existing crease into a mountain fold and bring it to the bottom edge Line up also the other edge and flatten the model Reverse-fold the little triangle Reverse-fold again Repeat on the top Fold the edge to the horizontal crease Reverse-fold using the creases from the previous steps Fold to the right Turn the existing crease into a mountain fold and bring it to the top edge Line up also the other edge and flatten the model Reverse-fold the little triangle Reverse-fold again Valley-fold on the existing crease Fold the corner to the right Mountain-fold the top and bottom triangles behind Turn over Fold along the existing creases Fold in half Squash-fold Fold and unfold Repeat on the left side Reverse-fold Unfold the top layers Valley-fold upwards Release the trapped paper Fold at 45º by bringing the horizontal crease to the vertical position Repeat on the right side Fold both sides together Squash-fold Fold and unfold Bring the point up and fold the left side in and out using the existing creases Repeat on the right side Fold the point upwards Release the trapped paper Bring the top corner down Squash-fold the right side Fold upwards using the existing creases Fold the point down Fold to the right Repeat on the left side
Squash-fold Fold upwards using the existing creases Fold the point down Fold to the left Reverse-fold the triangular flaps Fold the bottom point up Grab the top and the bottom and stretch the center of the model Flatten it Fold downwards Fold and unfold the corner Fold to the right and spread squash-fold the top Fold it back to the left Repeat on the right side
Fold and unfold the corner Fold to the left and spread squash-fold the top Fold it back to the right Turn over Fold the corner up Release the trapped paper Release some more trapped paper Bring the corner down Reverse-fold Bring the point back up Reverse-fold Reverse-fold again Fold the top down Valley-fold to the left Repeat on this side
Fold the corner up Release the trapped paper Release some more trapped paper Bring the corner down Reverse-fold Bring the point back up Reverse-fold Reverse-fold again Fold the top down Valley-fold at angle bisector Fold and unfold vertically where the creases intersect Fold and unfold horizontally where the creases intersect Fold the top edge to the crease and unfold Fold and unfold using the two reference points Reinforce the indicated triangle
(it will be used later) Fold and unfold the point Open and reverse the triangle Fold and unfold Fold and unfold along the bisector of the other angle Reverse-fold Unfold the triangle Fold and unfold Open and spread squash-fold the top Bring the internal point to the outside Unfold partially to do that Reverse-fold Reverse-fold Valley-fold Fold edge to edge, bisecting the indicated angle Fold the edge to the crease you just made Fold the layer behind too Squash-fold Fold and unfold the corner Reverse-fold Fold one flap to the right Fold one more to the right Repeat the valley fold and reverse fold in this side Valley-fold to the left Fold the point up Grab two flaps on top and stretch the model Open the points on the sides and use the indicated creases Flatten the model Fold the corner Fold to the right Valley-fold and mountain fold on the existing creases and bring the point up Reverse-fold Reverse-fold again Fold the flap with three points Fold the other point downwards Repeat on the other side
Fold the corner Fold to the left Valley-fold and mountain fold on the existing creases and bring the point up Reverse-fold Reverse-fold again Fold the flap with three points Fold the other point downwards Fold the top point down Fold to the right Turn the indicated creases into mountain folds Bring the point to the left and flatten the model Unfold the hidden layer Fold and unfold the corner Fold and unfold on the angle bisector Fold the edge to the crease and unfold Use the existing creases to fold upwards Flatten it Fold and reverse-fold Fold the top down Fold to the left Fold one more to the left and repeat the same steps on this side Turn the indicated creases into mountain folds Bring the point to the right and flatten the model Unfold the hidden layer Fold and unfold Fold and unfold the corner Fold and unfold on the angle bisector Fold the edge to the crease and unfold Use the existing creases to fold upwards Flatten it Fold and reverse-fold Fold the top down Fold to the right Fold the point up Fold and unfold the edges to the creases Open and turn the creases you just made into mountain folds Bring the points up and flatten the model Fold the top corner down Turn over Fold the point down Fold the horizontal crease to the vertical crease and unfold Repeat on the right side Fold both at same time and squash-fold Fold in half Reverse-fold the point Valley-fold the triangle hiding it under other layers Repeat on the other side Fold the flaps up Fold the next flaps up too Reverse fold the bottom Reverse-fold Release the trapped paper It won’t lie flat
Shape the tail giving it some volume Repeat on the other side Fold the point down Repeat on the other side Reverse-fold the corners Mountain-fold and bring the leg backwards Repeat on the other side Valley-fold the arm and reposition it pointing to the front Repeat on the other side Mountain-fold the leg Shape the foot Repeat on the other side Shape the fingers Repeat on the other side Fold the little points up on both sides Open a little bit and make a crimp fold Repeat on the other side
The internal triangle is not repositioned with the head Release the trapped paper on both sides Fold the points down Fold the other points too Valley-fold Reverse-fold Fold the point to the left and squash-fold Unfold the paper from inside Valley-fold Fold the point down Repeat on the other side Fold and unfold the corner Reverse-fold it Fold the two points forward Open on the last layer and squash-fold making a square Fold the left corner of the square to the right Fold it to the center of the square Repeat on the other side Open on the last layer and squash-fold making a square Fold the corner of the square to the left Fold it to the center of the square Fold the tooth while squash-folding the layers under it Bring it back down, but undo only one of the internal layers Repeat on the other side Shape it with mountain folds Fold and hide the point between the teeth Narrow the teeth Shape the lower jaw Shape the ears Crimp-fold Shape the arms and fingers Prehistoric Squirrel finished!

Comments (99)

  1. How does it stand so perfectly! Mine just splits

  2. U drunk son of a bitch, u cant normally show how to… ,now i just want to kill myself, in my mind is FYUIR3W24690IHNBXSWWWY90KJBDS4742YPURDJKHZERCG78KHD2SCCU70OJJFDEGIRWQEYUPOJHFVBDWCGHIJMK9JHHFE!!!

  3. I am sdelol 5 and a half hours

  4. I'm using this as an ASMR video.

  5. I made one with neon purple 😉

  6. jo nakashima ben bunun kuyrur kısmını yapamadım .Amatör origamiciyim.Lütfen bana yardım edermisin teşekkürler.Ha bide kağıdın güzelmiş markasını alabilirmiyim tekrar teşekkürler

  7. waar haal je groot papier vandaan? en waar haal rond overtrekpapier vandaan? 

  8. used a printing paper. the thinnest one.
    i was like
    JKHGHJKRWRHBHWIUNIUTYN78V6YH6Y8VY8756YH7VY56YMHGFBJFGBJFDGB DGJDHGBDGBUDG BGBKJSGKJGNKBUGKUBKHGB
    THE FINISHED MODEL LOOKS SO 45356456VHJJRNHEJRTGHJENTGHER8TG896Y4VB HRYUHJRH RTHORUJNHGR HGJRN TGRT GTJNGT

  9. Olm Sn inanmıştın lan nasıl yapıyorsun denedim yapamadımfdssddfdfsdd 🙂

  10. (◎_◎;) jbdjjdvdjdkbxjxjdlsh !!! (≧o≦)

  11. señor como se llama el pael que usa

  12. It's unreal, if u want to do it on A4, just A2 or A3, smaller it will by unreal

  13. Exist the diagram

  14. you are a bitch it isnt able to amke

  15. i like it, itried to do but i needed 4 hours and the mine isnt beutiful 🙁

  16. Im struggling quite a bit to do the reverse folds at about 9:00 in, I wondered if you had any advice or words of wisdom haha. Any help would be appreciated

  17. this video deserves 1.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000. likes

  18. I never realised tissue foil is so sexy!

  19. great model, what kind of paper i have to use?

  20. The actual hardest part is finding paper that actually makes this possible to do that at all!
    Don’t even attempt to use normal printer paper!

  21. Very Nice And Hard Jo Nakashima

  22. That" inside reverse fold spread"is known as the sink fold. If you didn't know that.

  23. When U See Jo Using 40×40 Cm Paper, You Know Its Going To Get Serious.

  24. What size acorn should I use for a 30 cm model?

  25. Does all the folds have to be perfect? The folds at 6:25 always seems to be off when I get up to there.

  26. 21×21 from office paper 😀 Looks noice!

  27. Valeu cara consegui fazer

  28. Where I can buy that paper in Serbia,please!!! :'(

  29. Hi!, thank you so much for making origami, after 10 times of trying to make the nut (haha ) , I finally was able to do , thank you, and I admire your work

  30. um why can't you tell us how to do it?

  31. +Jo Nakashima How can i buy this paper in Pakistan? 🙁

  32. 🙁 well, i can fold it because i am a complexed artist, but, i just meesed up at 15:52 and cant fix it. :(((

  33. How did you buy the copper tissue foil ?

  34. como fazer a Pepa Pig

  35. the squirrel reminds me of the squirrel from ice age lol. amazing how you can do that! your very talented

  36. I just finished it!
    it worked out pretty good!!
    next project is the acorn
    Thank you for the nice video!!

  37. +Jo Nakashima Hello Mi Name Is John Cena!!!!!!!!!!

  38. queria saber como faz o tucano

  39. é muito dificio
    vei
    e muito longo
    _________________________

  40. Two years ago i was very noob at folding. Now I have a beautiful Scrat next to me

  41. hello, where you can order a paper origami kits?

  42. can you plz teach me how to make dragon with paper

  43. Jo you're done , the best

  44. ТРИ часа КАРЛ, ТРИ!!!! ГРЕБАННЫХ !!! ЧАСА!!!! и я собрал
    какой же я ПИЗДАТЫЙ……

  45. oooouuuu que incrível.

  46. Jo can you use copy paper, and will 20cm by 20cm origami paper work also?

  47. Can you make tutorial of icarius

  48. brilliant. thats ALOT of folds. id love to see how folk find out how to make new models. new models that never been done. must take ALOT of tries.

    respect

  49. help me 53 minutes
    I user size 15 x 15 origami squirrel 52minute success

  50. What is the size ratio of the three parts? If i make the squirrel out of 20×20 cm paper, what size has the main part and the top of the arcorn to be?

  51. GOD almost 1 millions subs !!§

  52. You can shape it a little more

  53. it is so sweet it's Amazing!

  54. Jo I did not get to do at 7:28

  55. vim para aqui com o vídeo do origami de mola do manual do mundo

  56. 1 hour origami? GG no re

  57. Pro tip: Accuracy

  58. I did it today it's not difficult thanks for this tuto.

  59. l finally folded this with washi dx

  60. it is good and nice

  61. I would say this is high intermediate apart from the fact that u need thin and big paper. Its really not THAT tricky justa lot of steps in my opinion 😛

  62. What size do I need for the acorn sheet if I use the 40×40 for the squirrel?

  63. thanks for the tutorial

  64. I used thick paper

  65. jo nakashima! You think time is a free good! You should have mentioned that you were going to switch because scrat is not possible with 20*20

  66. đoạn 32:30 khó ghê =))))))

  67. Im actually 12 years old and I finished this 😀

  68. you make only for one hour so I needs to make two things for 4 days

  69. It took me six hours, but I did it! Briliant! Thanks Jo

  70. You can make a simplified version please

  71. Now you just need a saber-toothed tiger, a mammoth, a sloth……

  72. it's very easy for me

  73. its finaly done thanks 😉

  74. I'm in the mood to burn the whole world. Thanks Tutorial.

  75. I think you are the best origami instructor on YouTube! It frustrates me to the inth degree when people post so-called "tutorials", when in fact, it is really a video of them making something in their own little world, flying through everything, like you're really supposed to keep up with them! They don't have diagrams, they don't explain anything, the camera is either blurred or not even all the way focused on what they're making, their fingers are always in the way and they seem to be trying to race to see what is the fastest pace they can fly through everything!!! It's so aggravating! That's not teaching, at all. You, on the other hand are amazing! Your tutorials show that you actually want people to be able to follow along! I wish all origamist were like you!!!

  76. Крутая Белка. Буду
    Делать

  77. This model seems like the ice age's squirrel. Why are your fingers like that?

  78. I got it I do not believe only the arms got mean bad but I'm very happy

  79. 00.00 dan 11:43 e kadar boşuna yapmışım

  80. beyni yanıp sinirden kağıtı parçalayanlar +1

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