17 Valley-fold the same corner up above the top edge. Notice the crease ends, marked in red. Place them upon the top edge to get the correct level for this fold. 18 Close-up: Mountain-fold the indicated left and right short edges behind, forming the forearms. Valleyfold the top corner to a point just below the horizon line of the folded edge behind. 19 Valley and mountain-fold a small amount of paper from the corner of the triangle flap, forming the upper lip and nose.
20 Push the bottom ends of the indicated pleats to mountain and valleyfold a scalloped edge at the bottom of the wing. Repeat with the other wing. 21 Use the existing creases to fanfold the wings closed. 22 Mountain-fold from the upper wing corner down to the body crease, highlighted in red. Valley-fold the upper wing corner to touch the ear corner. Do this to both sides to make the body three-dimensional.
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