The Origami Bible is packed with familiar favourites such as CD cases, envelopes, and hats, combined with brand new designs - elephants, tadpoles, and unique modular forms that can be used as home accents or decorative display pieces. From choosing the right paper to understanding the symbols, from building 12-fold designs to 24-fold models, this book will make an invaluable reference work for all folders, whether complete beginners, or intermediate and advanced artists. Author Nick Robinson focuses on mastery of technique and creativity - showing how designs are forged, what creative processes are involved, and how existing works can be adapted. Fully illustrated in colour, 'The Origami Bible' will enable readers, whatever their level of skill, to fold almost any design, traditional or contemporary. The emphasis is on creativity, encouraging the reader to combine and extend existing techniques to produce new origami works.
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Nick Robinson has been folding paper since the early 1980s. As a professional origami teacher for four years, he has travelled widely and won awards for his original origami creations. Nick has made numerous appearances on British and German television and has seen his origami creations featured in magazines and newspapers worldwide. As a member of the British Origami Society for nearly 20 years, Nick has contributed articles and designs to their magazine and has served on their council for over 10 years. Nick Robinson lives in Sheffield, UK.
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