I folded my "monster" out of it, but it wasn't terribly satisfactory and it has joined the other forgotten designs. But I learned that more points could be produced through blintzing, which invloves folding the 4 corners of the square to the centre and using the new folded square to fold the base. The flaps that come from the blintzing can be pulled out, yielding a more complex base after some reshaping.
Next, I attempted to design a dragon from this base, seeing that
- One corner of the paper could form the head.
- The opposite corner could form the tail.
- The remaining corners could form wings.
- The midpoints of each edge could form legs.
An edge graft (of width 1/8) added detail to the head, with detail for the tail and extensions for the wings as bonuses.