The Encyclopedia of Origami Techniques: The Complete, Fully Illustrated Guide to the Folded Paper Arts
A valuable, fully illustrated guide to the folded-paper arts, The Encyclopedia of Origami Techniques provides the reader with easy-to-follow instructions for creating their own paper sculptures. Suitable for beginners as well as experienced artists, all the basic folds and bases are included as well as over 30 projects, all explained through simple step-by-step diagrams. By the end of this book the reader will learn to master traditional forms, like the Printer’s Hat and Masu Box, as well as modern masterpieces such as the Square Bear and Elias Figure Base.
|Dimensions||222 × 222 mm|
Nick Robinson is a professional origami artist and teacher. He has been folding paper for over 30 years, and is the author of more than 60 books on paper-folding. Nick has also taken on numerous commercial and charitable commissions, both in the UK and abroad. Finally, he has been a member of the Origami Society for over 25 years and edits their magazine and website. Nick lives in Sheffield, United Kingdom.
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