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How do I decipher this?
the finished product
It's a very simple box pleat, but as you can tell from the model image, there is TONNES of shaping that you have to do. It's not a very good model to fold from CP.

That being said I will fold the base for you, take a picture so you can see how it collapses since you aren't familiar with origami, and then I will give some tips on shaping after if I see any obvious places to start. I will post later.
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Rough idea of the creases (note that I have more creases than you need because I didn't care about whether I creased where the CP indicated or not).
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Partial collapsing of the left side of the CP.
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Partial collapsing of both sides of the CP, viewed from the right side.
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Easy idea is to rabbit ear the front-legs. Can do the same with the back leg.
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You can put a crimp halfway through the body to create the segment for the top of the head, put out the wing arm things and shape. Then you can put a 3D crimp in the lower part of the body, tuck the flap behind (shown), and then for the eye do something like Joseph Wu's owls (use a pen lid or something to press in the corner from the 3D crimp).

Then after all this shaping you wrap it around and hope it holds. The problem with this model is that it relies heavily on wetfolding or wiring to hold it (and thus in my opinion is kind of a crappy model, sorry to the author).
thank you so much. I would never be able to figure this out on my own

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