Easy Four Step Origami Leaf Video Tutorial

in origami •  3 months ago


This is a video tutorial of how to make an easy four step origami leaf for Christmas cards. If you would prefer a pictorial tutorial you can find the link here This is a design I did arrive at during an afternoon brainstorming session, however given the small number of steps I can not say with certainty that I am the first to do so. If you do come across this model online or in a book, please let me know and I will update to include their details.

Happy folding, Grace.

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That is wonderful! Nice and clear instructions, and I love the idea of having the link to the picture step by step too! Thanks for sharing!\n\n...\n\n....

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Thank you.

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Hey,
Thank you for using #ccc and have included the invitation code.

The requirements for receiving full benefits (although current $ values are low but not in terms of STEEM) the post needs to have 200 words or more of original writing. However, if original artwork or other kinds of work such as origami is shown and if it has three illustrations of "work in progress" or "how to illustrations", then the post does not need 200 words.

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Thank you for the update. I will include more images with my next video tutorial.

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Can you show graphics of three stages of completion with some narratives as a "how to" guide?

Just like a cooking recipe, you did not invent the recipe, but you can show how you did it.

Same for this - you can show how you make one showing at least 3 stages of completion.

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Hi @freedomshift, there seems to be some confusion. The post linked in this page to the pictorial tutorial is also mine where everything you have asked for is included
https://steemit.com/origami/@gmatthe2/origami-leaf-pictorial-tutorial-c1ab34a99f458
The video tutorial is an add on to that post as some people prefer videos.

I also did invent the recipe of this model and will clearly state if this isn't the case.

I will leave off the ccc tag on my videos in the future.

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yes, https://steemit.com/origami/@gmatthe2/origami-leaf-pictorial-tutorial-c1ab34a99f458 is your post and has what this post lack.

However, that post does not have #ccc tag nor the #ccc code.

If you put those graphics here or add the #ccc tag and #ccc code to your other post then all is well for #ccc benefits.

As it is now, both posts lack something to fully qualify.

As far as video is concerned, and also photographs from a public source, it is difficult to verify that you are the author so I'll neither encourage nor discourage their use. I like simple rules for now.

With this all said, I can upvote this post or the other post but not both unless both have met the #ccc guidelines.

I hope that you understand the need for consistency.

I upvoted the other post instead ...

the other post -
https://steemit.com/origami/@gmatthe2/origami-leaf-pictorial-tutorial-c1ab34a99f458

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a single photo or video will still require 200+ words for now.