This guide for intermediate to advanced paperfolders uses traditional origami bases as the springboard to incredible results. Written by a professor of physics, chemistry, and mathematics who is also a lifelong origami enthusiast, it features detailed diagrams for creating realistic images of 30 unus... read more
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This guide for intermediate to advanced paperfolders uses traditional origami bases as the springboard to incredible results. Written by a professor of physics, chemistry, and mathematics who is also a lifelong origami enthusiast, it features detailed diagrams for creating realistic images of 30 unusual animals, including jellyfish, grasshoppers, and scorpions. This edition is the book's first English-language publication, and even the most experienced paperfolders will consider it a rare find. Its unique menagerie includes anemones and other sea-dwelling invertebrates; polar bears, manatees, and other mammals; insects such as beetles, butterflies, and the praying mantis; spiders and other arachnids; plus even more exotic creatures.
Reprint of Papiroinsectos y Otros Origamis Exóticos, Salvatella, Barcelona, 2004.
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