Birds in Origami

Birds in Origami In this guide for paperfolders of all skill levels internationally renowned author John Montroll applies his single square no cuts no glue approach to one of the most popular style of origami mode

  • Title: Birds in Origami
  • Author: John Montroll
  • ISBN: 9780486283418
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this guide for paperfolders of all skill levels, internationally renowned author John Montroll applies his single square, no cuts, no glue approach, to one of the most popular style of origami models Clear directions and approximately 480 black and white illustrations show how to create charming versions of a swan, flamingo, duck, stork, goose, and many other popularIn this guide for paperfolders of all skill levels, internationally renowned author John Montroll applies his single square, no cuts, no glue approach, to one of the most popular style of origami models Clear directions and approximately 480 black and white illustrations show how to create charming versions of a swan, flamingo, duck, stork, goose, and many other popular birds.

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    1. Our oldest has become fascinated by the art of origami. She received an "Easy Origami" kit for Christmas and our house is now littered with little creatures. We also had the opportunity to participate in a library activity about origami and we made even more. This is a good book to learn how to make birds in origami, although many of the birds described in this book are quite difficult to make. Our daughter wants to make a parrot, but I'm not much help to her. Of the 39 steps for the parrot, I g [...]

    2. Birds in Origami is more complicated than the other two John Montroll books I've reviewed. I like his designs, and the way he presents most of them, but I tried two from this book and just couldn't get them to work. A step or two in the middle and I just couldn't get further. Too many folds: my paper got too small and cramped. Maybe if I had bigger paper.They start quite simple, though, and they all look very good -- very like the thing they're supposed to represent.

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