Secrets of Origami: The Japanese Art of Paper Folding
Hundreds of diagrams help paperfolders at all levels create over 120 models ranging from a traditional sailboat, cicada, flapping bird, and jumping frog to such less common subjects as a Japanese lady, gargoyle, octopus, and a Moor at prayer. Also includes figures originated by internationally renowned origami experts.
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Akira Yoshizawa America Argentina arrowed ﬂap Bird Base Blintz Book-fold bottom ﬂap British Origami Society centre crease Cerceda coloured Crimp diagonal Enlarged view ﬁgures Finally ﬁngers ﬁnished ﬁrst Fish Base ﬂap upwards ﬂaps in front ﬂaps indicated ﬂatten Fold a Rabbit’s Fold completed Fred Rohm front ﬂap Gershon Legman japan Japanese John Montroll left and right Ligia Montoya little ﬂaps long ﬂaps model in half Mountain-fold and Valley-fold Mountain-fold the ﬂap Mountain-fold the model Neal Elias Nordquist Origin Paper Magic paperfolding Petal Petal-fold pointed ﬂap position Pull Push Rabbit’s Ear Randlett rectangle of paper Reverse Reverse-fold the head Reverse-fold the legs Reverse-fold the neck Reverse-fold the tail Robert Harbin Robert Neale side ﬂaps similar ﬂaps Sink square of paper Squash top ﬂap triangular ﬂap Turn the model Valley-fold ﬂap Valley-fold the bottom Valley-fold the ﬂap Valley-fold the front Valley-fold the leg Valley-fold the model Water Bomb Base