Hm, I fear if steps are causing you problems you might not be ready for this model yet. As to tips to these steps, I fear I don't have the book with me. But please consider first trying some easier models before attempting this model. Do you still have to reverse fold the top part of the wing, I got the rabbit ear fold but i can't get the top of the wing to look like Please check the forum topic or post your question there. Last time I checked, someone had a set of short tuts on a few steps at a time.
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This incredible Asian style dragon is probably the second most famous origami dragon out there. This is an earlier 2. Xu Daniel said it took him 5 hours. Crease pattern available from the Origami Forum. This whole model is folded from one sheet of paper and Shuki Kato estimates it took 30 hours to fold!
This next dragon is probably my all time favourite origami dragon. Bahamut is a creature from Arabic mythology that was popularized as a dragon in the Final Fantasy video game series and Dungeons and Dragons. Satoshi Kamiya designed an amazing origami Bahamut but I think this one is even more impressive.
This one seems a lot more friendly. Our final model for this post is this incredible origami version of the dragon Deathwing from World of Warcraft.
Believe it or not this entire model with all of its little details is folded from one sheet of paper. Let us know which one of these dragons was your favourite and be sure to check out each of these artist and send them some likes and comments as well.
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Antique Dragon (Satoshi Kamiya)
Ancient Dragon (Satoshi Kamiya): Front View