# What is the line of origami?

## What is the line of origami?

Origami Lines: A dotted line means to fold the paper so it looks like the fold is a valley between two hills. The opposite of a valley fold. The dots and dashed line means to fold the paper so it looks like a mountain. A solid line represents the crease you can see from a fold that has been made.

## What does an arrow with a line through it mean origami?

The full arrow. means to bend by before. The dotted lines. means to make a fold valley (or fold in hollow).

How do you fold a paper lengthwise?

1. Fold a sheet of 8.5×11. paper in half lengthwise.
2. Fold the paper in half again.
3. Fold the top corner of the. open side down to make a.
4. Continue to fold the triangle over itself until there is not enough. paper left to make another triangle.
5. Fold the extra bit of.
6. Tuck the extra paper into.
7. Enjoy your new Chargers football!

What happens if you fold paper 42 times?

42 folds will get you to the Moon. 81 folds and your paper will be 127,786 light-years, almost as thick as the Andromeda Galaxy. At 103 folds, you will get outside of the observable Universe, which is estimated at 93 billion light-years in diameter.

### What are the symbols in origami?

Symbols of the origami

• The full arrow. means to bend by before.
• The dotted lines. means to make a fold valley (or fold in hollow).
• The empty arrow. means to bend by behind.
• The dot-and-dash line means to make a mountain fold.
• The wrapped arrow. means to return the leaf.
• The double arrow.
• The arrow that bounced.
• The arrow in Z.

### What is a shutter fold?

ShutterFold. Two folds on a page to create a shutter effect with tabs. This can be done by folding a page in half like a hamburger and crease it lightly only to mark the center of the page.

What is Kirigami art?

Like origami, its sister form, kirigami is a paper art (opens in new tab) concerned with the folding of a single sheet of paper to create sculpture. Unlike the better known paper craft (opens in new tab), however, kirigami allows for cuts to the paper as well as folding.

What is the difference of Kirigami and origami?

The difference between the two, is that origami solely involves folding and nothing else – no cutting, glueing or marking. Kirigami on the other hand, involves folding and cutting, glue is allowed too.

## What is a lengthwise fold?

(lɛŋθwaɪz ) or lengthways (lɛŋθweɪz ) adverb [ADV after v] Lengthwise or lengthways means in a direction or position along the length of something. She tore off two sections of paper towel and folded them lengthwise.

## Can paper reach the Moon?

And incredibly, it only takes 42 foldings of a paper to get from the Earth to the Moon, and only about 94 foldings of a paper to make something the size of the entire visible Universe. And now you know how many times you’d have to fold a piece of paper to reach the Moon!

What happens if you fold a piece of paper 100 times?

With just over 100 folds, the thickness of the paper would be equal to 93 billion light-years. The reason for this is exponential growth.

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