Origami Birds John Montroll 2013 This compilation of 34 original models by origami master John Montroll offers folders illustrated directions for creating a fabulous array of avian creatures. Ranging in difficulty from intermediate to complex, the figures include a hen, chick, and rooster; waterfowl such as a duck, heron, and swan; and other wild and domesticated birds.
Origami, Plain and Simple Robert Neale 2018-10-23 Have you ever had the urge to create a frog out of a plain sheet of paper? How about a sea serpent, an elephant, an angel fish, or even a chess set? With this fun and easy-to-use primer, you can make such origami animals and projects come magically to life. Renowned paperfolder Robert Neale and his coauthor, Thomas Hull, present thirty original models, perfect for absolute beginners as well as more seasoned paperfolders looking for fresh, fun projects. Each model is explained in simple terms, with supportive step-by-step instructions accompanied by intuitively clear diagrams that show each stage of the process. Projects begin with the basics and slowly progress in difficulty, ranging from simple folds (Frog with a Big Mouth, Owlet and Family, Scottie Dog); action folds (Talking Bird, Funky Swan, Somersaulting Frog); and modular folds (Sunburst, Three Wise Men, Chess Set); to trickier projects (Elephant Minor, Angel Fish, Bald Eagle). The authors also provide basic tips on how to fold as the masters do and make projects that come out looking the way you want them to. Whether you're just starting out or you're a confirmed origami enthusiast for life, Origami, Plain and Simple will provide a repertoire of folding feats that's sure to entertain and challenge as it teaches the ins and outs of this captivating art.
My First Origami Kit Joel Stern 2013-07-09 **Winner of Creative Child Magazine 2015 Preferred Choice Award** Children and beginners can make fun and simple origami projects with this great origami kit. My First Origami Kit is the perfect, affordable introductory kit for kids and parents to learn and master the joys of origami together. If you've never done origami before, My First Origami Kit is a great origami kit for beginners. It is filled with origami of all kinds—birds, beasts, vehicles, even a teddy bear that talks when you open and close its arms. The folding fun begins with the specially designed origami papers. Both sides are decorated based on the subject—feathers for the duck, metal plates for the airplane, scales for the cobra, and other surprises. You'll end up with a great looking paper model no matter which side you start with. You can add fun stickers to your finished models—to make eyes, ears, paws, and other features. This easy origami kit contains: Full-colored instructional booklet Easy-to-follow instructions 22 origami-for-kids projects 150 detailed stickers 60 two-sided folding sheets Origami paper is pre-colored This kit is sure to keep kids engaged and happy for hours. They'll be so proud of their very first origami—and you'll be happy to display them! Origami projects include: Penny Penguin Sea Surfer Caramel Bear Magic Box Hugo Pig And many more…
Everyone Can Learn Origami Peter Saydak 2017-11-18 The ultimate book for beginners who want to learn origami! In this book you'll learn all the basic folds and techniques through incredibly detailed sets of diagrams and written instructions. After learning the basics you'll find easy to follow instructions showing how to fold 77 traditional origami models including animals, flowers, insects, boxes and much more. By working through this book and folding the different models you'll practice all the different folds and techniques, improving your skills and folding progressively more complex origami. When you reach the end you'll know everything you need to become an origami master! Please note, this book is not for you if you're already an origami expert. If you know how to fold the traditional origami frog from a frog base then you probably already know everything this book can teach you.
Crease and Fold Sok Song 2010 Presents step-by-step illustrated instructions for a range of origami projects, from a skating penguin, to an angel ornament, to a subway map wallet.
How to Fold Origami David Mitchell 2017-04-13 The perfect companion for all origami enthusiasts. The adept origamist can produce anything from a simple dog or chicken to amazing geometric models and this book shows exactly how. Featuring hundreds of specially drawn, step-by-step diagrams, clear instructions from master origamist and author David Mitchell, and beautiful photographs of the finished pieces, it contains projects ranging from very simple pieces that can be achieved with a few basic folds, to complex birds with flapping wings. As well as origami that is purely ornamental, such as the Japanese crane, the Dresden Bowl and the octahedral pyramid, the book shows how to make games, toys and practical items, such as puzzles and coasters. Showcasing techniques from around the world, there are over 25 projects to choose from, all presented with step-by-step instructions. This book will enable anyone to enjoy this amazing and popular craft.
Essential Origami Paul Jackson 1995
Origami and Math John Montroll 2012 Presents instructions for folding thirty-nine origami models, from geometrical figures to an elephant--each made from a single sheet of paper--that emphasize the mathematical principles behind each design.
Fold Your Own Origami Grassland Animals Ruth Owen 2021-07-15 Would you like your own mighty elephant sitting on your desk? Maybe if it’s a paper elephant! In this book, readers will learn to turn sheets of paper into grassland animals such as giraffes, zebras—and, yes, elephants! Each origami project features simple instructions and clear illustrations, as well as photos of the real animals to intrigue those interested in these magnificent creatures.
Safari Origami Joe Fullman 2016-12-15 There’s no need to head to Africa for a safari. Readers can grab a few sheets of paper and this book to create many of the animals one would see through the ancient art of origami! A brief introduction allows those new to paper folding to learn the terms and folds needed to complete the crafts. Then, a lion, elephant, monkey, leopard, rhino, and giraffe take shape as readers follow the clear, step-by-step instructions provided for each project. Rated as easy, medium, or hard, the origami projects in this book are perfect for readers of all levels.
Easy Origami Fumiaki Shingu 2007
Dollar Bill Origami John Montroll 2003-09-12 Step-by-step instructions and clear diagrams show paper folders at all levels of expertise how to fashion 37 origami models from dollar bills. Beginners will enjoy making a boat and a butterfly. Windmills and peacocks will suit intermediate-level hobbyists. An alligator and bison should prove no problem for advanced paper folders.
The Joy of Origami Margaret Van Sicklen 2005-01-01 A complete guide to origami introduces the fundamental principles and techniques of the ancient art of paper folding, with a discussion of origami history and lore, detailed instructions on how to create fifty different models, along with one hundred colorful sheets of paper to help get readers started on their own creations. Original.
Fantastic Folds Andrew Stoker 1997-08-15 Fantastic Folds presents 26 innovative origami projects, as beautiful as they are useful. Each project is true origami, folded from a single sheet of paper, and includes clear step-by-step instructions, sidebars that help you review your progress at every stage, and suggestions on choosing and preparing the paper and on decorating the final project. Full color photographs highlight the delights found on every page. From the whimsical practicality of "foldelopes", picture frames and a lampshade, to a head of rare animals-a shark, a seahorse, and a warty jumping frog-these projects will delight and inspire, whether you fold for pleasure or for a bottomless supply of inexpensive gifts. Projects include: -gift bag -crane in flight -jewellery box -sun and moon -disk holder -elephant -card box -seahorse -lotus bowl -tree frog -picture frame -shark
Dollar Origami Won Park 2018-07-17 Let an origami master teach you how to fold your cash into frogs, scorpions, and other creatures and objects. We handle money every day. We’re used to handing over a few bills for a coffee or a few more bills for a book or a new item of clothing. But it’s fairly rare these days to be able to turn just one dollar into anything. A dollar won’t buy you a camera or a shark, but there is a way to make it into one! Dollar Origami teaches you how to turn your currency into almost anything with just a few folds. With simple instructions and full-color photos, you’ll be crafting beautiful butterflies, adorable penguins, and more in your own home in no time. Sometimes, your money can go farther than you think, and with Dollar Origami, it can also provide you with much more fun! “Park is not an amateur artist by any means—he actually has a master’s degree in origami and is known in circles as ‘the money folder’ . . . His origami is certainly worth more than the currency it’s created with.” —Business Insider “Owning a copy of Dollar Origami is like holding onto to a part of origami history: the dawn of complex dollar bill origami.” —Origami Resource Center
Easy Dollar Bill Origami John Montroll 2012-05-04 Popular as party favors and presents, origami figures folded from paper money offer clever possibilities for folders at all levels of skill. This easy-to-follow guide features thirty-two simple models, both traditional and original. Figures include a heart, a house, and an array of animals, from a bird and a butterfly to a whale and a rhinoceros. There's even a model of George Washington himself! Numerous diagrams illustrate each model, rendered in dark and light green to indicate the two sides of a bill. The finished models are shown in full color.
Origami Animals Vicente Palacios 2012-09-21 Origami enthusiasts at all levels of experience will delight in these 20 imaginative models, ranging from the simple swan, rabbit, and dog to more complex models of the fox, elephant, and frog.
Origami Wild Animals Lisa Miles 2013-08-01 Wild animals have some cool physical characteristics. A giraffe’s long neck, a snake’s slithery body, and a panda’s black-and-white coat are all on display when readers create them using the folding techniques of origami! Including an introduction to basic folds and common paper-art bases, step-by-step instructions will guide readers through making origami wild animals. Pictures illustrate each step of the process so readers know just what to do. Ranked from easy to hard, the projects will engage readers with cool facts about each featured animal and amazing full-color photographs.
Make Origami Mammals Ruth Owen 2017-07-15 What�s furry, gives birth to live babies, and feeds them milk? A mammal, of course! Readers will be surprised at how many different animals fall into this classification. They�ll love making elephants, dolphins, raccoons and other adorable creatures in this inspiring book. Step-by-step instructions with visuals for each fold make origami accessible and fun. As they craft, readers will learn fascinating facts about each mammal. This peaceful art form helps readers retain information and gets them excited about learning. Fun and informative, this unique mix of origami projects and important life science topics is a must-have for any library.
Make Origami Mammals Ruth Owen 2017-07-15 What�s furry, gives birth to live babies, and feeds them milk? A mammal, of course! Readers will be surprised at how many different animals fall into this classification. They�ll love making elephants, dolphins, raccoons and other adorable creatures in this inspiring book. Step-by-step instructions with visuals for each fold make origami accessible and fun. As they craft, readers will learn fascinating facts about each mammal. This peaceful art form helps readers retain information and gets them excited about learning. Fun and informative, this unique mix of origami projects and important life science topics is a must-have for any library.
Origami Worldwide John Montroll 2011-09-15 Origami goes global with 33 models by designers from more than 15 countries, including Australia, Hungary, Bolivia, China, India, and more. Figures range from simple to moderately difficult and include a frog, ocean liner, penguin, hot air balloon, dragon, and kangaroo. Notes on each model include comments on individual styles and methods of paperfolding.
North American Animals in Origami John Montroll 2012-12-15 Second Revised Edition. Add new animals to your origami zoo with the new collection of North American birds and mammals, plus a smattering of associated plants. John Montroll's step-by-step illustrations teach you how to fold 27 original projects. Included are four projects by noted Japanese artist and engineer Fumiaki Kawahata.Models include the great horned owl, bighorn sheep, raccoon, prickly-pear cactus, musk ox, deer, and moose. Projects range from simple to very complex.
Teaching With Origami Nicholas Doswell 2021-07-06 This is an amazing down-to-earth quick read with very practical exercises on how cross-functional teams can deepen collaboration, how can facilitators ask better questions to unlock creativity and design conversations for emergence. Design Thinking can seem like a mysterious art or an arcane science, but it's really more like a sport: The more you practice the luckier you get. You have to take action to learn. The interactive exercises in this book will help you facilitate crucial conversations in your team and organization, and build collaborative intelligence. This book offers four simple paper-based exercises that you can do anytime and anywhere to teach teams to reflect on core design thinking skills like: -Asking better questions and problem reframing, -Mastering Collaboration -Rapid Prototyping -How to test ideas, iterate...and when to stop!
Origami Design Secrets Robert J. Lang 2011-10-05 The magnum opus of one of the world’s leading origami artists, the second edition of Origami Design Secrets reveals the underlying concepts of origami and how to create original origami designs. Containing step-by-step instructions for 26 models, this book is not just an origami cookbook or list of instructions—it introduces the fundamental building blocks of origami, building up to advanced methods such as the combination of uniaxial bases, the circle/river method, and tree theory. With corrections and improved illustrations, this new expanded edition also covers uniaxial box pleating, introduces the new design technique of hex pleating, and describes methods of generalizing polygon packing to arbitrary angles. With coverage spanning the foundations of origami construction and advanced methods using both paper and pencil and custom-built free software, Origami Design Secrets helps readers cultivate the intuition and skills necessary to develop their own designs. It takes them beyond merely following a recipe to crafting a work of art.
Grassland Animals Ruth Owen 2014-07-15 Readers will be awestruck as they learn to transform a simple piece of paper into a majestic elephant, towering giraffe, or bold zebra. As the clear text breaks each animal project into simple steps, pictures illustrate a variety of origami folds. Images of the animals in their grassland homes with depictions of each finished project will inspire and delight origami and animal enthusiasts alike.
Manga Origami Márcio Hideshi Noguchi 2016-06-28 Welcome to the Wonderful World of Manga Origami Origami masters Márcio Hideshi Noguchi and Seth Friedman show everything you need to know to create adorable paper characters from your favorite manga/anime stories with basic origami folding instructions and clear step-by-step diagrams. In the first section you’ll learn about the paper and other necessary materials, the origami symbols and terminology, and the general folding techniques needed to create and assemble all the basic figures. In the second section you will find specific instructions for customizing each of the characters with their outfits/costumes, accessories, and unique hairstyles. Some of the twenty projects are very recognizable as Japanese manga/anime characters, such as the Ronin Samurai, Kimono-Chan, Tea Picker, and Shrine Maiden, while others, like the French Maid, Nurse, Baseball Player, and Bunny Girl are more western. Also included are some fantasy characters, like the Fairy, Ori Fighter, Santa’s Helper, and Dragon Girl. Of course, characters depicting school life and summer vacation fun are here too, such as Schoolgirl, Sailor Fuku, Gym Girl, Beach Bunny, Sensei, Uki-wa Chan, Harem Otoko, and Neko Form. All projects are clearly marked with their difficulty level: beginner (*), advanced beginner (**), intermediate (***), advanced (****), and expert (*****). Get ready, get set, start folding. You’ll want to make all 20 characters.
Origami Book. Animals Alexandra Fenec 2017-07-23 If you are looking for simple, straight forward origami instructions, you have come to the right place. Here you will find out how to make every day objects with clear illustrations and simple instructions. This ebook is sure to keep kids engaged and happy for hours. They'll be so proud of their very first origami--and you'll be happy to display them!The detailed instructions of Illustrattiva show you clear, step by step, how to create small active games with the origami art.Easy to make and functional, you'll have fun in building small paper toys and playing with them.Don't worry if they are not right the first time! We have to train!There are 20 fun-to-fold projects including a Pinguin, a Camel, a Dolphin, a Crow, a Giraffe and many others!
Genuine Origami Jun Maekawa 2008-11 Contains illustrated instructions for creating forty-three mathematically-based origami models.
Origami on the Go! Margaret Van Sicklen 2009-01-01 Provides easy-to-follow instructions for origami projects.
Easy Origami Animals John Montroll 2014-12-17 Created by an origami master, these 23 models offer a menagerie of easy-to-fold animals. Figures include birds—a cardinal, parrot, bald eagle, and cranes—and a fox, pig, hippo, elephant, lion, and others. Diagrams illustrate every step of the folding process, and full-color pictures depict the completed models. Internationally renowned author John Montroll has significantly increased the origami repertoire with his original designs. Best known as the inspiration behind the single-square, no-cuts, no-glue approach, the American origami expert offers readers meticulously developed folding sequences that allow them to create better models with fewer steps. Dover (2014) original publication. See every Dover book in print at www.doverpublications.com
Wild Animal Origami Hector Rojas 2007-09 The newest Paper Creations gift box offers crafters something wild to create: a menagerie of amazingly detailed and realistic-looking origami animals! Complete with 50 sheets of 6" x 6" multi-patterned origami paper, an already-made paper kangaroo for inspiration, and a lavishly illustrated instruction book, the kit includes everything needed to turn novices into origami artists. Author Hector Rojas provides detailed drawings that demonstrate how to make each basic fold; offers suggestions on materials, colors, and decorations; shows how to adjust an animal’s shape and position; and gives invaluable tips for getting great results every time. Choose from an elephant, a lion with a full mane, a giraffe, a deer, colorful condors and toucans, and flamingoes that sit, perch on one leg, or bend.
The Book of Mindful Origami Samuel Tsang 2016-04-07 Every day millions of us sit in front of a computer screen tapping away at a keyboard, mostly writing virtual notes to unseen correspondents. By contrast, an origami project is a chance to be creative and make something tangible; in fact, turning a piece of paper into a three-dimensional sculpture is a meditative journey that instills in us a sense of pride, competence, and accomplishment. As we fold the paper, the focus required and the tactile connection help free our minds to roam, creating the opportunity for a moment of self-reflection, for true presence of mind.
Origami Animals Fun Kit for Beginners Mrs Darts 2021-01-26 origami animals fun kit for beginners, 100 modules About Animals, elephant, bear, dog, cat, snake, turtle and Much More Fun for Adults and Kid
The Complete Book of Origami Robert J. Lang 2012-09-20 Create 37 figures with clear, step-by-step instructions and helpful diagrams. Simple to advanced objects include rocket, mouse, elephant, violinist, Viking ship, and many more.
African Animals in Origami John Montroll 1991-01-01 Over 1,200 clear and easy-to-follow diagrams guide paper folders step-by-step in the creation of 24 African animals: lion, elephant, crocodile, gorilla, rhinoceros, gazelle, flamingo, and more. Projects range from simple to complex, making this collection ideal for both beginners and advanced origamists. 1,230 black-and-white illustrations.
Animal Origami for the Enthusiast John Montroll 1985 Detailed instructions and illustrations describe how to create an assortment of origami animals, and discusses choosing the necessary supplies
Origami Masters Kit
Realistic Origami Animals Fumiaki Kawahata 2021-07-06 Create miniature versions of your favorite creatures! Realistic Origami Animals shows you how to create 32 exquisite paper animals designed by renowned origami master, Fumiaki Kawahata. This diverse collection features many unusual models that will bring your origami skills to the next level and help you to explore the endless possibilities of paper folding. This full-color book has detailed, step-by-step instructions showing you exactly how to fold each of the 32 impressive animals, including: Bison—A sturdy model with a distinctive hump and a beard Elk—Boasts an impressive rack of antlers in a contrasting color Flying Squirrel—A kinetic piece captured mid-flight with its "wings" outstretched Dachshund—An adorable "stretched" pup who makes an amusing companion Kangaroo—A muscular marsupial with a sweet little joey peeking out from its pouch Gorilla—A powerful presence with a furrowed brow that will make you think twice before going too close And many more! Kawahata's clever projects draw their realism from unique and innovative folding patterns—no wet folding required!
Favorite Animals in Origami John Montroll 1996-01-01 Step-by-step instructions and over 300 diagrams for creating deer, elephant, cat, seal, walrus, mink, bear, and five more. Graded according to difficulty.
Color, Cut, and Fold: Wild Animals Insight Kids 2021-03-16 Develop your child's imagination and love of nature with 15 Wild Animal paper models for them to cut out, color and display. Spark your child’s creativity and understanding of the animal Kingdom with Cut, Color, and Fold: Wild Animals. Cut out and decorate Lions, Zebras, Tigers and more as your child unleashed their creativity with crayon, pencil or markers (sold separately). Spark Creativity. There is no limit to what your child can create with Cut & Color Masks. Use whatever art materials you have on hand to create amazing and unique masks. Develop Fine Motor Skills. Easy to follow instructions allow your child to cut out their own masks, assisting in the development and improvement of their fine motor skills. Perfect At home Activity. Whether for home schooling, weekend fun or after school projects, Cut & Color Masks are perfect to keep your child inspired, engaged and entertained during their home life.

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