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Origami Millenium Falcon V0.2 by taerkitty Origami Millenium Falcon V0.2 by taerkitty
Uh, where to begin... I think the closest to this is a frog base, but that's not really all that close.

Take a square, radially divide it into 16ths.
Flatten back to a square.
Make a water bomb base.
Sink fold 3/8ths of the tip.
Sink fold each of the 4 flanges of the water bomb base (so it looks like the penultimate step to a frog base).
Form two adjacent corners into frog base 'legs'.
Sink fold the remaining 4 flanges.
Form remaining corners into smaller frog base legs.
Expand the sink folded center.
The two larger frog base legs turn into the front mandibles.
One smaller frog base leg becomes the cockpit.
The other smaller frog base leg becomes the top blaster turret.
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thegreensmiley Featured By Owner May 25, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
:D Maybe just a little.
Don't be offenced, but here's a tip: when you reply to people's comments on your deviations, use the "Reply" button on the bottom of their comment. Otherwise they won't know you replied. :)
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taerkitty Featured By Owner May 30, 2011
Got some height! :)

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taerkitty Featured By Owner May 25, 2011
Doh. Sorry, DAn00b here. Thx for the tip, and I'm the opposite of offended, if anything.
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taerkitty Featured By Owner May 25, 2011
Thanks. Now I need to add some height to the model. The saucer is too flat.
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thegreensmiley Featured By Owner May 25, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
This is amazing!! I totally mean it!! :O :wow: :#1: Keep up the great work! Your origami models are fascinating!
Oh, and Star Wars rules. :)
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