How to make an Origami Yoda from Star Wars in 5 minutes - Tutorial (Stéphane Gigandet)

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    Make your own origami Yoda in just 5 minutes! All you need is a square piece of paper, and Force is not even required.

    This Yoda origami model is very simple and easy, and it has a rather cute look.

    Your Yoda can stand up, and he carries a stick.

    Of course it's not as detailed as Fumiaki Kawahata's famous Yoda model.

    You can find instructions and videos that show how to fold the Yoda model from Fumiaki Kawahata on Jo Nakashima's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5B71d1OR_M but you need at least 30 minutes and a very solid folding experience.

    I haven't dared to fold it yet myself.

    :-)

    If you are looking for a even more simple, easy and quick Yoda origami model, also try my 1 minute origami Yoda face on Origami Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqFyFBrqN1g

    Original origami model by Stéphane Gigandet.

    Step-by-step instructions and photos to fold Yoda:
    http://origami.plus/origami-yoda

    Note: this Yoda is an original origami model, please do not publish diagrams or videos that show how to fold it.

    Instead point to this video.

    Turn on CC for instructions in your language (currently English, French).

    Please let me know if you can help to translate the subtitles to your language or to improve the translation.

    Thank you!

    What do you think of this origami Yoda? If you followed the instructions or the video to make this paper Yoda, could you please send me pictures of it on my Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/origami.plus , or on Twitter http://twitter.com/origami_plus ?
    I would like to create a gallery of Yodas! :-)

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    It's always very pleasing to see the subscribers, views and likes counters going up :-) and it encourages me to create more models and to publish more origami videos.

    Thank you!

    May the Force be with you!

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