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Origami Crow Billed Tengu Mask (Akira Yoshizawa)

~~~"It's time to go home…..", said the blue laughing origami mask.

"Yeah, we had a great time with lots of fun, ha,ha,ha", said the yellow one.

And slowly their paper surface started to drift apart……..~~~~

 

It is an action model. By holding its cheeks, you can make it open and shut its beak. ;-))

The Tengu is a goblin in popular Japanese folkore, halfway between a human and a bird.

 

Model: origami Crow Billed Tengu Mask

Design: Akira Yoshizawa

Diagrams in the book: Akira Yoshizawa - Japan's Greatest Origami Master

 

Both origami masks are folded from one piece of kind of shiny colored paper, both sides the same color (21x21cm).

Final size about 9cm.

 

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Taken on February 22, 2020