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293 views • October 11, 2021

DIY Origami Ddakji 🟥 Squid Game 🟦 + HOW TO FLIP IT!

[Simple] How to fold an Origami Ddakji (featured in Squid Game) plus how to get it to flip. This Ddakji is easier to make because it uses just one sheet of printer paper, no cutting and no folding in thirds! I recommend using cardstock (extra heavy printer paper) because it will be easier to get it to flip. However, it might be best to first fold it from normal printer because it's easier to fold. You can also fold it from a dollar bill, but start at 1:50. I wasn't able to get it to flip from normal lightweight printer paper, but it flew excellent as a flicker. Timecodes: 0:00 - 1:17 Intro 1:17 - 4:35 Tutorial 4:35 - 5:27 Flipping Demo #Ddakji #OrigamiDdakji #JeremyShaferOrigami I was kind of torn whether or not to make this video because I didn't want to promote Squid Game because I think it targets young people and is very NOT appropriate for them (or for anyone actually!) and because it features the Ddakji origami model as a violent game - the person who loses gets slapped, which so goes against my core values . But since Squid Game has gone so ridiculously viral, I feel the least I can do is express to everyone my point of view, and help encourage people to fold and play with this model peacefully as it has always been done until Squid Game came along and hijacked it. Squid Game turned a healthy innocent game of paper into one that is now associated with violence, just like it did to all of the other children's games featured in the series. So, now, summoning the spirit of Sadako and the 1000 Cranes, I call on all of you to help restore the peace of paper. Please, DON'T make this game about slapping each other. Here are some ways to support me to make more awesome origami videos: 1. Join as a Member to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2OQxWDDE71D6AKrNa7XygQ/join 2. Book a private origami Zoom tutoring session here: www.calendly.com/jeremyshafer 3: Buy one of my books or packages of paper on my Amazon shop: https://www.amazon.com/shop/jeremyshaferorigami 4. Subscribe and hit the notification bell: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2OQxWDDE71D6AKrNa7XygQ?sub_confirmation=1 5: Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jeremyshaferorigami/ ... or Facebook: https://www.https://www.facebook.com/jeremyshaferorigami 6: Please tell your friends about my channel. Thank you for watching and enjoying these videos!
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