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The Encyclopedia of Origami: The Complete, Fully Illustrated Guide to the… (2004)

by Nick Robinson

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This is the best origami book I own. "Encyclopedia" is a terrible name. It makes you think it has lots and lots of patterns. What it actually is is a series of projects designed to show you origami works, so that you can design your own things and alter patterns to suit what you want or need. After doing just the beginning exercises I've been able to modify a couple of patterns to suit a particular project. If you really want to learn origami, rather than just learning to make projects, this is the book for you ( )
  aulsmith | Feb 11, 2008 |
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Even in this era of digital technology, a world without paper is unimaginable.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0762418958, Hardcover)

The infinite possibilities of paper folding inspired origami, a simple, traditional craft that appeals to both children and adults. This comprehensive guide to the materials, tools, techniques, symbols and skills behind the Japanese art of folding paper into wondrous shapes is illustrated with refreshingly simple step-by-step diagrams. Crafters of all ages can quickly learn to create the basic folds, from the beginner’s box glider and fish to such advanced projects as Green Man and murex shell. THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ORIGAMI also takes readers on a whirlwind tour of the finest origami models being made around the world today.

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Learn all the basic folds from beginner to expert level, then choose from over 30 projects, all shown with refreshingly simple step-by-step illustrations. This is a comprehensive guide to all the materials, techniques and skills you need to create impressive and attractive models from sheets of paper.… (more)

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