Origami is an ancient art, yet modern paper folders can still invent fascinating new folds. Origami Paper Animals is filled with new and outstanding folds that will delight, amuse, and inspire paper folders of all ages. They offer a wide variety of designs that are rated according to skill level. Everyone, from beginners to experienced folders, will find something here to delight the hand and eye.
The book opens with four pages of instructions in basic folding techniques, the symbols used in the book and a discussion of the various papers you work with. Then come the specific folds - Origami Paper Animals offers 28 different designs of wild animals and pets, including fish, owl, elephant, heron, penguin, panther, dog, giraffe, grasshopper, turtle, and monkey. Extremely detailed technical drawings, in color, accompany the reader every step of the way from the very first crease through to the remarkable finished creation.
With their elegant and fascinating folds, these are among the most innovative origami books available. They are suited for folders of all ages and skill levels. Thoroughly tested and carefully designed instructions make it possible for anyone to achieve results on the first try.
A card is an even more special gift when it's made by hand, and the cards in this book make the giving even more fun through designs that pop up, move, and spin. The charm and whimsy of these cards will elevate any occasion. From children's birthday cards with wheels that spin to get-well wishes revealed with the pull of a tab and gift boxes that magically take shape when the card is opened, the cards in this book are sure to please.With over fifty designs for a range of occasions--from birthdays, baby announcements, and get-well wishes to Easter, Halloween, and Christmas--there's sure to be something for everyone in this book. Each project is presented through beautifully styled photographs, clear step-by-step instructions, detailed diagrams, and templates. Even those new to working with paper will be able to make the whimsical and elegant designs in this book. Make the cards in this book and give your friends and family a keepsake they will treasure.
Visually driven in its presentation, Make and Give stands apart from the traditional craft book with its bright colors and modern, graphic look. Each project is illustrated with step-by-step photographs, charts, and unique infographics. Less text, more photos, and illustrated designs guide the reader.
The projects are inspired by the things the authors--designers and crafters by trade--make for their own friends and family. The book includes the authors' personal inspiration for each project, as well as Make This For tips to encourage readers to think about the special people for whom they could make these crafts.
Projects include fill-in-the-blank tattoos, pressed herb prints, a weekday advent, a family tree embroidery, hand-drawn pillows, and candy capsule necklaces.
"Count Dracula, Frankenstein's Monster, Wolfman: " a monstrously fun collection of spine-tingling creepy creatures Created by origami master Duy Nguyen, author of nearly 20 books on the subject, they're sure to please young fans of horror movies, novels, and comics. Nguyen carefully explains and illustrates every fold, from the valley to the mountain; offers advice on which paper to use and how to get the best results; and provides suggestions for adding personal creative touches, such as color and detail. The menagerie of menacing monsters includes a demon, alien, werewolf, vampire bat, the ever-popular Godzilla, and King Ghidora--a really cool three-headed, long-necked flying lizard
DC Comics is one of the oldest and largest comic book publishers in the world and home to some of the best-known comic characters - many of whom have been featured in television programmes, films, toys and merchandise worldwide. In this book, nine DC characters are reproduced in full-colour masks. Some of the greatest heroes and villains of all time - Batman, Catwoman, Wonderwoman, Superman, Joker, Two-Face, Flash included - are now transformed into masks ready to press out of the book and assemble.
A complete step-by-step guide to making wonderful paper creations featuring hundreds of detailed illustrations for 68 models.
Origami aficionados are continually modernizing this ancient art. Interesting new folds and surprisingly innovative projects attract newcomers and keep enthusiasts interested.
Origami for Everyone features the best projects from three successful titles: Easy Origami, Origami Paper Airplanes and Origami Paper Animals. This new volume is filled with outstanding folds for airplanes, animals and a range of other designs. Models are rated according to skill level. Though appropriate for those new to origami, experienced folders will also find much to entice them.
The book provides instructions on basic folding techniques and a discussion of the various papers available. It provides a solid base on which readers of all ages can build. Extremely detailed technical drawings, in color, accompany the reader every step of the way, from the very first crease to the stunning finished project. Projects include:
Thoroughly tested and carefully designed instructions make it possible for anyone to achieve results on the first try.
- 2 full-colored, 32-page booklets
- Clear step-by-step instructions
- Easy-to-follow diagrams
- 20 simple origami projects
- 96 sheets of durable authentic origami folding paper
- A variety of different colors and patterns
- Horseshoe Crab
- And many more...
Starting from basic principles and assuming no previous experience, this modern exposition of the elements of bookbinding enables both the beginner and the expert to apply the latest and most simplified techniques to rebinding old favorites and binding many new paperback books.
A complete list of all necessary materials, including a guide to the proper selection of tools, paper, boards, cloth, leather, or sheepskin covering fabrics and lettering inks and pigments, introduces the subject. In surprisingly easy stages, you are shown how to collate a book, sew it, back it, trim it, make boards, and attach them to the book. Step-by-step instructions and hundreds of photographs and diagrams of equipment and key operations reduce the process to essentials.
Individual chapters are devoted to single-sectioned, multi-sectioned, and case-bound books, hollow-backed and library style binding, the use of end papers, and the most practical methods of lettering the finished book. The author includes a valuable appendix which summarizes the precise steps followed in each operation in convenient tabular form.
An elementary text, simple enough for the beginner yet containing new material of interest to the expert, Basic Bookbinding avoids intricate techniques and elaborate equipment. Mr. Lewis, twice first prize winner in national competition, presents the subject with the clarity born of many years of experience in teaching bookbinding.