Dover Publications-Beginner's Book Of Modular Origami

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DOVER PUBLICATIONS-Beginner's Book of Modular Origami Polyhedra. Whether or not you're familiar with traditional origami models, you're sure to be captivated by the fun and fascination of creating abstract geometric forms. This book by an expert paperfolder offers a clear, concise introduction to the special techniques for making beautiful, complex polyhedral models. These seventeen projects are based on the classic Platonic solids-- the tetrahedron, hexahedron, octahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron, . Folders at every level of experience--from absolute beginners to old hands--will appreciate the step-by-step diagrams and their detailed views of the models' assembly. Additional helpful features include photos of the complete models, backgrounds on the Platonic solids, and references. Authors: Rona Gurkewitz and Bennett Arnstein. Softcover, 60 pages. Published 2008. Made in USA.

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You're sure to be captivated by the fun and fascination of creating abstract geometric forms This book by an expert paperfolder offers a clear, concise introduction to the special techniques for making beautiful, complex polyhedral models These seventeen projects are based on the classic Platonic solids-- the tetrahedron, hexahedron, octahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron Folders at every level of experience--from absolute beginners to old hands--will appreciate the step-by-step diagrams and their detailed views of the models' assembly Additional helpful features include photos of the complete models, backgrounds on the Platonic solids, and references

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