Make your own origami Darth Vader in just 5 minutes! All you need is a square piece of paper, and Force is not even required. This Darth Vader origami model is very simple and easy. It is in the same style than the 5 minute Origami Yoda I designed before ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4VY5qEl0Lg ).
This Darth Vader origami model is perfect for all the persons who love Star Wars, geeks, kids, origami beginners. Make one for you and more for your friends! There’s no lightsaber included, but you can easily make a paper one.
It’s not as detailed as Tadashi Mori’s famous Darth Vader model, but it is much easier and much quicker to fold. You can find instructions and video that show how to fold the Darth Vader model from Tadashi Mori on his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkeFJgQDpjQ but you need at least 45 minutes and you need to be a very experimented folder. I haven’t dared to fold it yet myself. 🙂
Paper size used in the video: 15 x 15 cm.
Original origami model by Stéphane Gigandet.
Step-by-step instructions and photos to fold Darth Vader:
Note: this Darth Vader is an original origami model, please do not publish diagrams or videos that show how to fold it. Instead point to this video, thank you!
You can turn on CC / subtitles to get instructions in your language (currently English, French). Please let me know if you can help to translate the subtitles to your language or to improve the translation. Thank you!
Darth Vader is called Dark Vador in French and Dart Fener in Italian. What’s his name in your language?
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I would like to create a gallery of Darth Vaders! 🙂
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May the Force be with you! (and May the Fold be with you too!) 🙂