Since all the web video's that show how to do it, all use a BLANK sheet of paper that doesn't show the correct orientation. I thought I would take a crack at explaining the incorrect step, and how to correct it.
The loading screen origami instructions are mildly borked. When it tells you to turn the sheet 45 degrees, fold in the corners, and fold the top back.... it is incorrect, and you will fold the sheet wrong if you use that orientation.
Start with this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SWOcRBVCb4
Then when it hits 0:20, use my instructions here. Since the video uses a blank sheet of paper and you won't know what corner matches what corner.
Looking at the BACK of the sheet, with the STRIPED MARKED CORNER.
1) Fold the two bloodstain corners into the middle. These blood corners will be left and right side.
2) Find the corner with no writing on both sides, and fold up into the middle. This corner is the bottom.
(the whole thing should look kind of like an envelope at this point)
3) Find the corner that says CARNABY on it's BACKSIDE (the side you aren't looking at), and fold it AWAY from you to the opposite side. (like the exact opposite thing you would do to seal an envelope) This corner is the top.
You should be looking at 2 bloodstain corners on the left and right, a blank corner on the bottom, and the top corner should be folded to the back.
Then resume and follow the video from 0:46. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SWOcRBVCb4
You'll know the origami is correct when finally assembled, the only visible letters are CTC and an upside-down T on one side behind the "legs". Where he plants his thumb is at 1:58.
All of the other writing should be hidden in the birds breast area and under it's head.
If you have a whole bunch of writing on the outside, you made a mistake somewhere. Probably folded back the blank corner on step 3, instead of the CARNABY corner.
I'm busy for a while so I can't answer questions immediately. Origami is hard enough to do with picture instructions, and it's even harder to describe with text.
If you follow what I've say precisely and watch this video, you should have no troubles correctly folding the origami. I tried to write them down as descriptively as possible.
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Bristow84 posted... Is folding the Origami one of the necessary things to do to get everyone alive and all that? Or is it really just the install screen activity? --- Games I am waiting for: Heavy Rain, Splinter Cell: Conviction. GT:nonprofitkilla1