Origami Grave Stone (In Loving Memory of Unus Annus)

Introduction: Origami Grave Stone (In Loving Memory of Unus Annus)

About: I am a lego and crafts enthusiast who is a major nerd. Yep. That's it.

Unus Annus. One Year.

That's how long you have to enjoy this content. Then it ends.

Forever.

Those words have been Markiplier and Ethan's mantra for the past 11.9 months. With the end so nigh, it seems fitting that I do an instructable commemorating the death of Unus and Annus.

This will not be deleted with the channel, however, as it stands as confirmation of their death, rather than their immortality.

Supplies

One piece of paper, preferably one with different colored sides

Step 1: The Base

Fold the sides in to the center twice as shown.

Step 2: The Start of the Stone Itself

Fold either 1/3 or 1/4 of the model and then use that to fold the entire model as shown. 1/4 fold is better for large stones.

From inside, fold the stone-piece so that it stands as shown. Crease it from side to side to help even out the folds.

Step 3: Erecting the Stone

Squash the stone downwards, and then fold as shown to make it stand. Fold the sides inwards at the back as shown.

Step 4: Creating the Cross

Fold in a zig-zag shape as seen in the images, then fold the bain "body" inwards around the cross, squashing the little triangle shapes that form.

Memento mori.

Unus Annus.

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    4 Comments

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    Witheredboi
    Witheredboi

    1 year ago

    Well, this one's outdated now...
    Unus Annus seems to be back...?

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    randofo
    randofo

    2 years ago

    Very conceptual.

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    Witheredboi
    Witheredboi

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thanks? (not exactly sure what you mean)

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    Witheredboi
    Witheredboi

    2 years ago

    The day this comment was made, Unus Annus is to end. Goodbye, my friends.