Books of origami
A selection of the best books on origami. In the books you can find a lot of origami models that will amaze you with its beauty and elegance.
Often, books and specialized magazines origami are almost the only way to find the desired circuit pattern.
All books lists of the best in our opinion models with illustrations. Books are presented for reference only, copying and commercial use must be justified with authors and publishers.
The book contains a very complex animal model. Some circuits contain up to 300 steps. Of plain paper and no experience, such models do not perform. Looking at the work of Satoshi Kamiya can not believe that they are made of paper. Is rock even enough to see the works of the great masters of origami, Satoshi Kamiya.
Book one of the most famous masters of origami ToshikazuKavasaki. It contains the best models colors and animals. Schemes Kawasaki has never been easy, but their undeniable advantage is that almost all of the folds and lines patterns are achieved by classical methods and do not require special paper.
The book contains a model aircraft aparata made of paper. 26 aircraft models origami representation for all ages , from beginners to experienced artists . Difficulty indicated for each model. Implementation models facilitated color illustrations that detail step by step the whole process of folding .
Skilled craftsmen origami looking increasingly difficult tasks, and can find them in this thoroughly illustrated book. Clear instructions and step by step diagrams show how to build planes out of paper that can actually fly! Sixteen models, all made from square sheets of paper - are fully functional. Planes taking off, landing gear retracts, cockpit open and close.
Great art paper architect Ramin Razani will be clear to all. The book presents many models kirigami. Artful objects are transformed into extraordinary three-dimensional greeting from mysterious geometric designs, impressive sculptures and images of art and architecture. The book contains precise patterns sweeps.
Jun Maekawa owns distinct approaches origami from the perspective of mathematical and geometric principles. The author walks you step by step through the fundamentals of his method, guiding them through simple figures (Mouse, Elephant, Santa Claus) to highly sophisticated models such as
The Devil and the Peacock.