By Paul Jackson
Классическое Оригами - все модели - классика, лёгкие и ясныеинструкции для новичков .INTRODUCTION 6Paper 7Symbols 8FIRST rules 9How to make a sq. 9How to make a crease 10Basic folding ideas 11TRADITIONAL DESIGNS 13Banger 14Crown 15Bird 16Cup 17Waterlily 18 - Dish ; N 20Flapping chicken 22Crane 24Glider 25Sampan 26Junk 28EASTERN DESIGNS 31Yoshizawas Butterflies 32Yoshizawas Butterfly 34Mount Fuji and the ocean 35Yacht 36Eternally starting Origami 37Cube 38Cat 40lncense Burner forty two Tulip and Stem • 44Fox 46Stretch Wall N 48WESTERN DESIGNS 51Arrow 52Snap Hexahedron 53The un-unfoldable field 54Face 56Rooster 58Pop-up Double dice 60Star • 62Daffodil 64Architectural Module 68Barking puppy 72Rowing Boat 73Rosette 74Rhino 76ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
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