Origami Vampire teeth (Fangs)
The appearance of a vampire cannot be imagined without fangs – a symbol of the fear of death. The proposed instructions will help you make a mystical accessory in five minutes if you have a piece of white office paper. The creation process uses basic origami techniques; even a novice master can read it.
The finished fangs are placed under the upper or lower lip. As a result of the correctly selected paper size, the jaw of the immortal bloodsucker will be the size of a child or an adult. The accessory will complement the look at a themed party or costume party.
Place the rectangle horizontally in front of you, align the left side with the bottom edge, then cut off the excess strip.
Mark the second diagonal line, align the left corner with the upper right, and turn the triangle with its base towards you.
Make a vertical fold, grabbing a small part of the upper edge of the shape. Compare with the illustration.
Straighten out all the folds, place the figure with the wide side facing you, and turn it over as you would turn a page of a book.
Bend the right-side edge of the trapezoid along a vertical line, and compare it with the illustration.
For each vertical auxiliary line, form a shallow accordion fold and compare it with the illustration.
In the last step, make a small indent from the auxiliary line so that it is inside the fold (for better symmetry).
There is an important point to take into account. You can use a vampire’s smile only for a short time. For instance, you can appear fancy at the height of a party or take a few photos, then the paper will get wet and become unusable.