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Beginner's Book of Modular Origami Polyhedra: The Platonic Solids

by Rona Gurkewitz

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Books gives information of folding various forms of each Platonic solid. The directions are very limited but the diagrams are helpful, so a novice at origami can fold them with some trial and error.

My biggest complaint is there is no information on what paper to use, what size of paper to use, or what size the finished product will be. ( )
  LMHTWB | Jun 11, 2011 |
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This book by an expert presents a clear, concise introduction to the special techniques for creating complex polyhedra models. Based on the classic Platonic solids, these 17 projects are appropriate for folders at all levels. Step-by-step diagrams offer detailed views of the models' assembly, and photos depict completed models.

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