I first posted this Final Fantasy themed article about 2 years ago. This first part is all about Final Fantasy themed origami. Satoshi Kamiya has also designed a great origami Chocobo and I totally bought his book Works of Satoshi Kamiya just so I could have the diagrams for it. Satoshi Kamiya also has a picture of an adorable baby Chocobo in his book and Gonzalo figured out how to fold it. The design of Chocobos changes slightly with each Final Fantasy game and this particular one really looks like the ones from Final Fantasy V I think.
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Chocobo - 3D Origami 48 24K 1 Today. Published: Aug 13, My friend was returning from overseas for a visit and I wanted to make a custom 3D Origami present for him. One of his favorite videogame series was Final Fantasy, so I decided to make a Chocobo. This is a base model for the most part, comprised of a few hundred pieces.
HEAD: Base-6 form with extra modules glued around to resemble the feathers that stick out. An orange piece was glued to the bottom for a beak. TAIL: Has many one side slotted pieces in order to simulate loose feathers sticking out. LEGS: The most tricky. I inserted modules into one another and then halfway down, reversed the orientation of the modules to make the leg bend. However, the tripod like quality of its talons enabled it to stand freely shockingly.
Of course, I had to alter the module for the back talons for this to work. The module was folded a couple times lengthwise before being folded and glued in half and then attached to the back end of the feet.
The legs were glued to the body from the underside. Some modules were removed below to make room. If I had to do this differently, I would have figured out a way to make the beak look less awkward from the front. Perhaps, I should have painted the pieces first.
I jokingly thought of getting a FF figurine to ride it. A keychain version would probably have been best, haha. Materials: - Colored Paper All are modules. Mostly yellow, with some white talons , and one orange beak. Time Estimated: Excluding the time to make the modules, I guess about 5 hours more or less of trial and error.
Edited: August 30, Broke up description into sections. Image size. See More by o0DreamMyst0o. Featured in collections. Origami by xfataldesignx. Final Fantasy by kirby Comments Join the community to add your comment. Already a deviant? Log In. It's amazing! Glue sticks or any others? That is cool I love that. O - "Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the scolptor to discover it"-Michelangelo. SwanofWar Professional Writer. Wow, it actually stands!
AnnaRDunster Hobbyist. GaleTheChocobo Hobbyist. Thank you. Do you mean FF things? I usually make whatever interests me at the time, so no guarantees. Glad ya like. Yes, I did. O wow. I already wrote it in the description. If you're looking for a diagram, I don't have one.
Good luck. Axelkin General Artist. Could you please tell me what a "base" or a "base-6" form is? I'm kinda used to seeing and following instructions with "levels" and not "base es ". I really want to make one of these, so I can give it as a gift for my friend.
Hope you can help me! What I meant by "Base- " is how many pieces are in a row. So, "base" would mean that there are 20 pieces in a round. I don't think I specified how many levels rows upwards there are because I make most of my projects by eye since they are one of a kind and I tend to forget to count the pieces.
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