DIY Origami Art for Beginners Amy Ray 2019-12-04 Are you looking for a calming, relaxing, mindful hobby? Do you feel better when you fidget with something in your hands? Are you looking for a simple yet elegant way to create beautiful art? Paper play, creating origami, might be what you're looking for! Making origami artwork is easy, simple, fun, and amazingly calming. I find that folding the paper so precisely puts me in a state of bliss. I have always loved working with my hands to create beautiful art. I have made intricate quilts, handmade jewelry, and now I am crafting simple, fun, and relaxing origami projects from nothing more than an average piece of paper. The wonderful thing about origami art is that you only need paper (any kind that you can get your hands on - literally!) and your hands. That's it! There's no special tools or equipment required. Don't be intimidated by complex dinosaurs and folded stars. Making origami does not have to be hard. My book is broken down into three parts: beginner, intermediate, and advanced projects. Start slow. Each section demonstrates a different skill which builds off of the techniques that you'll practice in doing the previous projects. In my book, I will show you everything you need to know to create marvelous origami art pieces. We'll start with examining the history of origami Tools and materials needed (spoiler- it's not much!) Tips for beginners Defining terms used in this book We'll discuss the different skill levels. Feel free to start on whatever project you like in the book, and work on from there. The 20 projects in this book include step-by-step, plain English instructions as well as a plethora of photographs to guide you to every fold. The 20 projects in this book are: Making Hearts A Fleet of Boats Vroom-Vroom! Racecars Back to School Pencils Having a Whale of a Time Going to the Dogs Social Butterflies Go Fish Jumping Frogs Men's Shirt A Tie to go with the Shirt Bow Tie Paper Doll Dress Paper Houses Squeaky Mouse Cute Crawling Crab Pirate Sword Cat, I'm a Kitty Cat Sliding Star "Rawr!" I'm a Dinosaur Be sure to try the dinosaur, it's my favorite project out of this whole book. For a limited time, when you purchase the paperback book here on Amazon, you will be able to download the eBook for FREE! I suggest you go this route because the eBook version has the photographs available in FULL color. Have fun and happy folding!
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Shawn Loves Sharks Curtis Manley 2017-04-25 Shawn loves sharks. He loves their dark, blank eyes. He loves their big mouths full of sharp teeth. And he loves pretending to be a shark and chasing Stacy around the playground. Shawn loves sharks more than anything else in the world. But Predator Day at school is on Monday and Great White Shark isn't assigned to Shawn. It's assigned to...Stacy.
Origami Sea Life John Montroll 1991-01-01 In Origami Sea Life, John Montroll and Robert J. Lang have collaborated to produce a truly elegant work. The pages of this book contain some of the most creative origami published to date. Each project is accompanied by a biological sketch of the animal to enhance the visual description. There are 38 models in all ranging from the lowly barnacle to the mighty whale. in between are to be found a cuttlefish, angelfish, lionfish, and fiddler crab, to name but a few of the unusual origami projects presented. Each project is illustrated with step-by-step instructions, utilizing the unique folds which make each of these animals so lifelike. Beginner and expert alike will find hours of creative fun in these pages. Origami Sea Life also includes a summary of the history of origami sea life. Information on types of paper and the technique of wet folding make this book indispensible for all those with an interest in papercraft.
Origami Boxes Tomoko Fuse 2002 Origami Boxes is a Japan Publications publication.
Xavi and Bear on Crab Pond R. A. McCandless 2016-04-27 Crabby Pond's white sugar shores and clear blue water call to children and bears of all ages. But watch out for the crabs of Crabby Pond! Take your picnic basket, your Legos, and, of course your best friend!
The Complete Book of Origami Polyhedra Tomoko Fuse 2021-08-24 Learn to fold incredible geometric origami models from "The Queen of Modular Origami!" In this book, Tomoko Fuse—Japan's most famous living origami artist—shows you how to create amazing polyhedral models using the techniques of modular origami (where many paper sheets are folded then locked together without glue or tape). Make 64 intriguing modular models, including: Stackable Modules—The perfect starting point for novices, these simple constructions result in stunning three-dimensional forms 3-D Stars—Dazzling decorative starbursts that look great on a Christmas tree, on your mantle—or even in an art gallery Manifold Modulars—"Inception-like" models in which individual modular constructions themselves become modules within a larger piece Cubes and Boxes—Perfect for gift giving—and there is no finer teacher for these than renowned origami box specialist Tomoko Fuse And many more! *Recommended for experienced folders and up*
New York Magazine 1988-10-31 New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
Texas Monthly 1992-01 Since 1973, TEXAS MONTHLY has chronicled life in contemporary Texas, reporting on vital issues such as politics, the environment, industry, and education. As a leisure guide, TEXAS MONTHLY continues to be the indispensable authority on the Texas scene, covering music, the arts, travel, restaurants, museums, and cultural events with its insightful recommendations.
Easy Origami John Montroll 1992-01-01 Includes illustrated instructions for origami projects that range from simple to challenging.
Dragons, Witches, and Other Fantasy Creatures in Origami Mario Adrados Netto 2005 Diagrams and folding instructions for 24 devilishly delightful creatures -- everything from a troll (23 steps) to a high-flying witch on a broomstick (141 steps).
Slime for Dinner (Geronimo Stilton Graphic Novel #2) Geronimo Stilton 2021-02-02 Praise for Slime for Dinner:"Fresh, funny, and fast-paced. The free-style artwork and anything-goes story will make kids want to write and draw their own books!" -Dav Pilkey Geronimo and his friends visit Creepella's castle for a dinner and a mystery!
Paper Toy Making Margaret W. Campbell 2016-08-26 Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.
Texas Monthly 1992-02 Since 1973, TEXAS MONTHLY has chronicled life in contemporary Texas, reporting on vital issues such as politics, the environment, industry, and education. As a leisure guide, TEXAS MONTHLY continues to be the indispensable authority on the Texas scene, covering music, the arts, travel, restaurants, museums, and cultural events with its insightful recommendations.
Origami Masters Bugs 2013-09-15 Presents instructions for creating twelve bug models from some of the biggest names in modern origami, in a tribute to the "Bug Wars" of the 1980s and 1990s that saw top folders compete to create complex origami figures.
Wynken, Blynken, and Nod Eugene Field 1982 The poem about two eyes and a head--Wynken, Blynken, and Nod--is illustrated in blues and half-tones.
Fantastic Origami Sea Creatures Hisao Fukui 2020-12-22 Dive under the sea with these realistic marine origami models! In Fantastic Origami Sea Creatures, Japanese origami expert Hisao Fukui shows you how to create incredibly detailed aquatic wildlife, including a giant squid, prehistoric creatures and even a massive blue whale calf! The step-by-step folding instructions and photos in this book present 20 challenging and amazingly lifelike models — from intermediate to complex in terms of their level of difficulty. The 20 projects in this book include: The Penguin — A color-change model capturing the awkward and slightly comical appearance of these flightless aquatic birds The Polar Bear — A menacing hunter who will hungrily stalk the edge of your desk or bookshelf The Goldfish — This model features elegant lines and clever folding solutions — and it's difficult to overfeed, to boot! The Crocodile — A lurking hunter which is ideal for showcasing special papers The Crab — With all of the legs to define, this model is a challenging one, but with fewer pinch folds than you might expect The Manta Ray — A graceful and gentle filter feeder whose sweeping wings give you the opportunity to create a truly expressive paper sculpture And many more!
Origami Under the Sea John Montroll 2010 Twenty-five appealing origami models of aquatic creatures: mollusks, crustaceans, frogs, fishes, and sea mammals. Projects range in difficulty from simple to complex, with step-by-step illustrations and clear instructions.
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
Nawlins Cajun Cooking Andre Washington 2014-08-21 Like Cajun Food? Like To Cook? Well then, this book "Nawlins Cajun Cooking"is for you. Sixty, That's (60) delicious, easy to cook Cajun favorites. Shrimp Gumbo, Baked Garlic Butter Shrimp, Cajun Chicken Pasta, Chicken Gumbo, Etoufee, Andouille, Crab, and Oyster Gumbo and many more.
Shalloween Everett Taylor 2015-08-28 Ages 4-10. Inspire wonder and awe for the ocean and its real-life animals through this undersea Halloween adventure! Ray the flashlight fish is a unique fish with the ability to glow whenever he gets scared. This wonderful talent might just prove useful as he attends his very first Halloween party at an old sunken shipwreck in the moonlit ocean shallows. Join Ray on his adventure as he bravely explores the dimly lit ship and encounters the strangest of creatures. While they may initially give Ray a fright, he soon realizes that his friends the ghost crab, the vampire squid, the goblin shark and many more are the perfect friends to spend time with at Halloween!
The Ultimate Book of Origami Animals Fumiaki Shingu 2020-08-11 Fold your favorite origami animals—from cute Panda Cubs, Kittens and Penguins to the menacing Great White Shark and Tyrannosaurus Rex. The easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions in this book show you how to quickly fold 120 amazing animal origami models. Once you're done folding them, you can decorate your creations with eye stickers to create a truly lifelike collection of creatures. The following are just a few of the unique origami projects you can create with this book: Three different kinds of cuddly Dogs and Cats A pride of Lions A floppy-eared Elephant, complete with pleated trunk and pile of poop! A spiny-but-cute Porcupine—watch your fingers! A sleepy-eyed Sloth—hang him upside down for a nap A Panda parent and baby—including bamboo to munch on! A playful Otter with her fishy snack A friendly Flying Squirrel An adorable pair of Bunnies, complete with crunchy Carrots! Snakes, Lizards, Sharks, Crustaceans, Primates, Dinosaurs, and so much more! Japanese author Fumiaki Shingu is one of the world's leading origami experts, having published over 20 books on the subject. Fumiaki is an avid proponent of the art of origami in Japan, and he specializes in creating fun and easy-to-fold original origami models.
New York Magazine 1979-04-02 New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
Origami for Kids Mila Bertinetti Montevecchi 2019-03-12 This fun and creative origami kit for children aged 5-7 features 20 fascinating projects and 100 sheets of quality origami paper for hours of folding fun. Fold lines are printed right on the illustrations, and each activity includes a QR code link to a video tutorial.
Genuine Japanese Origami Jun Maekawa 2012 This unique book by an origami master uses geometric and mathematical principles as well as rectangular paper to create a wide range of insects, plants, trees, animals, and fantastic creatures. Original models include hummingbirds, dragonflies, peacocks, rabbits, toads, fish, maple leaves, the golden beetle, a praying mantis, a tortoise, and more.
Incredible Origami Arcturus Publishing 2017-09-01 Discover how to turn a simple square of paper into something incredible with this step-by-step guide to making beautiful origami models - from funky boats and gift boxes, to amazing animals and super-stylish fashion outfits. The perfect book for paper-folding fanatics aged 8 and above.
Dinosaur Origami John Montroll 2010 Provides illustrated instructions to create twenty-five origami dinosaurs, including Pteranodon, Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops, and others.
Advanced Origami Michael G. LaFosse 2012-09-04 Take your paper folding to an advanced level with this user-friendly origami book. From shimmering hummingbirds to magnificent bats, from a stunning panther mask to graceful sea turtles, Michael G. LaFosse's complex and beautiful origami projects are well known around the world. Focusing on models from nature, Advanced Origami provides unparalleled instruction on how to create master-class level 3D origami paper folding projects. The origami designs are challenging—they require some folding experience—but the results are more origami art than craft. Paper folders will create projects that can be displayed or given as gifts. Sophisticated origami or paper crafts fans will appreciate the unique origami designs along with complete detailed instructions and easy-to-follow color photos and diagrams. Advanced Origami also features information on paper selection and preparation, advance techniques such as "wet folding" and making your own paper. This origami book contains: 128 page, full-color book 15 original and challenging projects Step-by-step instructions Colorful diagrams and photographs Advanced techniques and tips In recent years origami has evolved beyond simple folding and creasing into a true art form akin to sculpture. For those seeking to learn origami at such a level, Advanced Origami provides all the essential information and techniques. Soon you will be able to design and fold your own origami sculptures! Origami projects include: North American Cardinal Koi Fish Origamido Butterfly Pond Frog And many more…
Paper Towns John Green 2013 Special edition slipcase edition of John Green's Paper Towns, with pop-up paper town. From the bestselling author of The Fault in our Stars. Quentin Jacobsen has always loved Margo Roth Spiegelman, for Margo (and her adventures) are the stuff of legend at their high school. So when she one day climbs through his window and summons him on an all-night road trip of revenge he cannot help but follow. But the next day Margo doesn't come to school and a week later she is still missing. Q soon learns that there are clues in her disappearance . . . and they are for him. But as he gets deeper into the mystery - culminating in another awesome road trip across America - he becomes less sure of who and what he is looking for. Masterfully written by John Green, this is a thoughtful, insightful and hilarious coming-of-age story.
Origami 101 Benjamin John Coleman 2018-08-21 For the absolute beginner: more than forty amazing folding projects, including models that evolve from one of four basic origami shapes. Have you always been intrigued by origami, but often found the diagrams confusing or the models uninspiring? Origami 101 is here to help. A revolutionary illustration enhancement called Glow Fold makes the diagrams and video steps easy to understand. With the introduction of every folding symbol, you'll find a detailed sidebar explaining what it means and a symbol index bookmark that guides you to these sidebars whenever you need to be reminded. If you need more help, just go directly to companion online video for any model. Just a few of things you'll learn to create: Roosting Robin Flowering Branch Flying Dragon Sea Turtle Tyrannosaurus Rex Tree Ornament Tropical Fish Graceful Swan With the help of origami enthusiast Benjamin Coleman, you'll learn how this classic craft can be enjoyed by all ages. Amuse yourself and delight your friends with these captivating folded figures! "The glow-fold technique will be a valuable aid to paper folders of all levels who are learning a new model through diagrams." —Vanessa Gould, director of the Peabody Award‚Äìwinning documentary Between the Folds
Under the Sea Origami Duy Nguyen 2005 New in Paper Get ready to dive beneath the blue paper waves with origami master Duy Nguyen. With his simplified techniques, and the many detailed drawings that carefully show each fold and cut, kids will soon find themselves crafting a wide variety of colorful, marvelous sea creatures. There's no need even to use traditional, specialized origami paper: regular computer or colored crafting paper will do, or even giftwrap. The fantastic creatures range from a Humpback Whale to an Angelfish--and for extra effect, you can arrange them in an aquarium for an undersea scene.
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.
Origami Zoo Robert J. Lang 1990-06-15 Presents instructions for creating a variety of origami animals.
Origami Fold-by-Fold John Montroll 2020-07-15 New collection of 35 original models by the origami master ranges from simple (ladybug, angelfish, sailboat) to complex (grasshopper, wooly mammoth), with a crane, lion, peacock, and several geometric shapes in between.
The World Book Encyclopedia 2002 An encyclopedia designed especially to meet the needs of elementary, junior high, and senior high school students.
Crabism Daniel Beauzil 2018-08-17 "Love your neighbor like yourself" is a divine recommendation which too often takes just the opposite way in the midst of the human community. Unfortunately, this fact is observed across every race and religion in this earth. At different levels of course, we tend to behave like crabs toward our fellow men. It means that we are hypocrites, wicked, envious, insincere, jealous, hateful; all this, just for shellfish reasons. Let us love one another like he has loved us. This is the key to peaceful and loving cohabitation. This is the antidote against this social and spiritual cancer.
Los Angeles Magazine 2003-11 Los Angeles magazine is a regional magazine of national stature. Our combination of award-winning feature writing, investigative reporting, service journalism, and design covers the people, lifestyle, culture, entertainment, fashion, art and architecture, and news that define Southern California. Started in the spring of 1961, Los Angeles magazine has been addressing the needs and interests of our region for 48 years. The magazine continues to be the definitive resource for an affluent population that is intensely interested in a lifestyle that is uniquely Southern Californian.
Origami for the Enthusiast John Montroll 1979 Explanations of basic folds precede detailed instructions for producing complex origami fish, insects, birds, and animals
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 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.

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