How to make the Origami Magic Ball (originally called Dragon's Egg)
Designed by Yuri Shumakov (http://www.oriland.com)
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My method is different from other tutorials on youtube. I don't make the diagonal pre-creases, so it's quicker and more fun to make!
◆ Difficulty level: intermediate
◆ My paper: 28cm x 14cm printer paper
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thank you very much for this video....i made at the age of 15 (almost 3 years ago) in the first try...but at that time I didn't know about these comment sections..... anyways I just want to thank you !!!!!
Guys if your having trouble go to Jeremy Shafer Origamis channel to make a easier step by step tutorial, but the same on as this. If your still having trouble do Jeremy Shafer Origami mini magic ball redo
When I saw this video for the first time in 2012, I tried to do this thing and nothing worked. I couldn't even do that part, where need to fold the paper 32 times, and I just tear and threw it. And today I finally made it. It took me 3 days, for a few hours in each day, and the final result is still not perfect. But I'm happy, that I made this, after such a long time :3
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