How can the Wizard do without a Witch. Especially a playful one who flies around on the magic broom.
This Flying Witch model was designed by Jose Anibal Voyer Iniesta, a long time Spanish origami designer. But surprisingly very little information can be found on the web (at least from the English Language sites) on his background. If you can find a Spanish website with information on Anibal Voyer, do drop me note, and thanks.
He has jointly published a origami book ( Dragons, Witches, and Other Fantasy Creatures in Origami ) with Mario Andrado Netto, where you can find the folding instruction. But if you just want to fold this model alone, you can also get the folding instruction from this website: http://www.pajarita.org/diagramas/diagramas.php
This is an intermediate level model model, so using a slightly bigger piece of paper will makes it easier to fold. I have used a 35cm x 35cm brown paper to fold this model and the final size is about 15cm for the length of the broom.
The folding instructions is clear and easy to follow. In no time, the base model is formed.
The final shaping takes a bit of pitching and squeezing as the brown paper does not stay in shape very well. Arranging it for photo taking is also a challenge. But with a few ‘cheats’ here and there, the model is finally done.