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Jun 19, Lorrie rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is aptly titled - these origami designs certainly are astonishing and amusing. I look forward to trying my hand at some of them. Each design comes with detailed, illustrated instructions.
I received this book in a Goodreads giveaway. Jul 01, Lili rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jeremy Shafer is one of the more creative origami artists that I have seen I suggest any origami give this book a read Aug 01, SJonic rated it it was amazing Shelves: Such a good book for learning origami.
Nov 03, Krystal Hickam rated it really liked it Shelves: I have to say out of all the craft books that I own, this is one of the most unique I have ever ran across. I have always had a fondness for japanese origami.
So when I received this book, I was very excited to learn some new paper folding techniques. And it sure is a doozy, this book is not for the beginner paper folder. It is rather advanced and be prepared to go through quite a bit of paper trying to get some of the folds correct. This is not a bad thing in anyway, as it provides a heck of a I have to say out of all the craft books that I own, this is one of the most unique I have ever ran across.
This is not a bad thing in anyway, as it provides a heck of a challenge and when you do finally get the one youve been working on correct it is a great self accomplishment. I will say I was rather surprised in the humor that this book carries. Few if any craft books can pull off such silly humor.
It adds a nice layer that keeps you engaged in just past the concept of folding. It is very detailed and gives you nice step by step instructions with plenty of pictures.
I only wish some of the concepts were easier to grasp, it seemed like I failed more than I got right but that only pushes you to try harder. So when you do get one of the harder ones it is much more fun to show off to others, and when they ask how you did it.
You can just say its paper magic, because there is little chance you could explain the process when you barely pulled it off yourself. As a note I would like to thank the author, the publisher and goodreads for giving me the book for free in a first reads giveaway. A ton of unique concepts to paper folding, very silly and spry humor, lots to keep you entertained, nice details and picture instructions, just a fun book to page through to get ideas.
Can be a little frustrating on some of the harder folds, prepare to spend quite a bit on good paper due to mistakes, some of the wording gets lost in itself. Could be a tad bit more precise and a few pages shorter, if only to give you some hope at completing all the different folds. A four out of five for a crafting book. If your even remotely interesting in origami and like to indulge in the quirkier side of life than this book is for you.
Nov 05, Kateri rated it it was amazing. I am a beginner in the world of folding paper and when I saw how many complicated designs there were, I freaked out. Normally books with advanced folding do not stop to explain what all the origami terms mean and the diagrams are often hard to decipher. This book not only has very easy to read diagrams, it also takes the time to explain what each origami term means and even some modern history of origami as well as the author Origami to Astonish and Amuse by Jeremy Shafer This book is awesome!!!
This book not only has very easy to read diagrams, it also takes the time to explain what each origami term means and even some modern history of origami as well as the author's commentary on each piece. This book is perfect for beginners and expert origami folders alike. The book starts out simple and gets more complex as you get deeper into the book. Each origami piece is interesting and it is clear that Mr.
Jeremy Shafer spent a lot of time and effort to make each diagram clear and simple, which is much appreciated. The best part about this book is that each and every design is fun to fold and fun to show off to your friends.
I recommend this book to anyone who is interested in origami and has plenty of patience, because the odds are that the first time you fold something it won't come out perfect. I give this book a rating of five stars for Mr. Jeremy Shafer's ingenuity, creativity, wit, and thoughtfulness towards the beginning folder. Jan 18, vonblubba rated it it was amazing.
Origami per fulminati. Detto cos Origami per fulminati. This is a very diverse origami book. There are instructions for many highly complicated models but there also many for beginners. I'd say it's evenly split.
It has a brief tip section about types of paper to use besides regular origami paper. There is also a step-by-step guide in the beginning that is very useful that shows you how to do all the basic folds and bases that are used in the book and origami in general.
There's a great section of wacky models called 'Origami for the Almost Deran This is a very diverse origami book. There's a great section of wacky models called 'Origami for the Almost Deranged' with things that I never even considered could be made with origami and then there's also some "sweeter" things such as heart envelopes and peace signs.
None of the origami requires cutting and it's pretty amazing that they can all be made with one piece of paper. Jun 19, Sara rated it really liked it. Toys - Action Models. Letters and Envelopes. Toys - Puppets. People - Anatomic parts. Imaginary beings. Sports and Athletes.
Music and Musicians. Dinosaurs - Tyrannosaurus Rex. Flora - Trees and Plants. Clothes - Hats. Geometric and other shapes. Birds - Anseriformes - Swans. Imaginary beings - Dragons. Toys - Rocking Horses. Religion and Holidays - Jewish Religion. Symbols - Yin Yang. Arachnids - Spiders and Arachnids. Birds - Falconiformes - Birds of prey. Boxes and Containers. Birds - Anseriformes - Ducks and Geese.
Religion and Holidays - Halloween.
Mammals - Elephantidae - Elephants. Vehicles - Boats. Clothes - Shoes and Socks. Vehicles - Cars. Martin's Griffin Pages: Paperback Language: English ISBN The diagrams are excellent and fun to read!
Show only designs with photos. Baby bird Toys - Action Models. Jeremy Shafer. Exploading envelope Letters and Envelopes. Blinking eyes Toys - Puppets. Magic flap Toys. Folded by Gilad Ayalon.
Magic cube Toys. Hands - clapping People - Anatomic parts. Moon - waxing and waning Nature. Two interlocking rings Objects. With a permanently locked version. Folded by Phillip West. Ant - chocolate covered Insects.