This means that there is still a gap on the other side! NECK Go back to the two inverted pieces that you put in between the two wings earlier. It makes adding the 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th layers WAY easier. Take the furthest left edge and line it up with the slope of the triangle.
But, once you get past the first two layers, it's smooth sailing.
Once you add the third and fourth layers, things will be a lot easier! Each point fits inside a pocket. Share it with us! This is on account of that there isn't a structure yet, so there isn't anything to build off of.
Did you make this project? For this Instructable, I'll be using regular white computer paper, with colored paper to accent certain areas.
They were taken on my IPod Touch. The fourth layer is the same as the third layer; keep adding on pieces to make a full ring just as before, with the pieces facing the same way.
In the pictures attached, the white represents the first triangle, and the blue represents the second triangle. More by the author: We use standard size 6 inch x 6 inch 15cm x 15cm square origami paper for this site unless stated otherwise.
Stacking pieces opens up the pockets , allowing for stronger structures.
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