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by Meenakshi Mukerji

ePub Origami Inspirations download
Author:
Meenakshi Mukerji
ISBN13:
978-1568815848
ISBN:
1568815840
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Publisher:
A K Peters/CRC Press; 1 edition (August 20, 2010)
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Origami Inspirations. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read

Origami Inspirations. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. Türkçe Kur'an ve Cumhuriyet İdeolojisi. A number of beautiful models are offered, ranging from cubes to prisms to dodecahedra. As with the author's two previous books, Origami Inspirations provides step-by-step instructions.

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Origami Inspirations book. This handsome book is aimed towards those with an intermediate skill.

If you are familiar with Meenakshi Mukerji's previous origami publications then her third book, Origami Inspirations, will not disappoint

If you are familiar with Meenakshi Mukerji's previous origami publications then her third book, Origami Inspirations, will not disappoint. Like her other books, this book focuses on modular origami: a class of origami where two or more simple units are combined to form a more complex model. Section 1: Introduction Origami Inspirations is 120 pages long and it is divided into six sections. The first section has information on origami symbols, bases, tools, paper, and tips & hints for success. This section also includes a brief introduction to Platonic, Archimedean, and Kepler-Poinsot.

Praise for Origami Inspirations. A whole book full of amazingly attractive new modular pieces. Meenakshi Mukerji was awarded the 2005 Florence Temko Award by OrigamiUSA for her contributions to origami. This book is highly recommended to all modular folders and those wanting to dabble in this pastime.

A number of beautiful models are offered, ranging from cubes to prisms to dodecahedra.

This handsome book is aimed towards those with an intermediate skill level, but the origami basics included at the start of the book make it accessible to beginners. A number of beautiful models are offered, ranging from cubes to prisms to dodecahedra. As with the author’s two previous books, Origami Inspirations provides step-by-step instructions and color distribution suggestions to create the more than 30 intricate designs presented. The book also includes a chapter featuring designs by origami artists from around the world, and these projects provide a happy complement to the author’s own exciting inspirations in the rest of the book.
  • This is a strong collection of somewhat related diagram sets that produce 3D modular origami cubes, dodecahedrons etc. Good for intermediate to advanced levels, although enough information is provided in the work that ambitious beginners would probably be more than able to make the folds. The pictures of completed works are also quite nice for a slim paperback.

    More than most modular origami books, this particular one focuses on a range of possible variations on a particular theme, this results in a more detailed series of related pieces, should the folder desire. However, people who are looking for a wide range of dis-similar pieces may find the book a bit repetitive.

    I would suggest this book to those interested in modular origami.

  • I yearn to make the origami pictured on the cover, but I cannot figure out how to do it.

    I get through a page and three-quarters of steps. After that, the directions are obtuse for me.

    I wish the author, who is a celebrated origami artist, would sell some videos.

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  • Like Meenakshi Mukerji's earlier books, this book starts with good introduction to Origami, essential tips and tools while folding, She also gives suggestions regarding the right paper to fold. The diagrams in the book follows standard Origami symbols. The author gives an introduction to Platonic, Archimedean and Kepler-Poinsot solids. Learning the structure of various polyhedra facilitates in assembling several modular Origami models. What I specially like about Meenakshi Mukerji's books is that she also explains the Math behind some models with a short proof (For instance, dividing a square into one thirds, forming a pentagon from square etc.. I had not done these since high school :-) ). It is fun learning with folding. The book starts with various designs to fold a cube. This is followed by models that needs to be folded from Pentagonal sheets. The book has clear instructions to make a pentagon from Square. The model that I loved most is Whipped Cream Star. This model is a pleasure to fold.

  • I can proudly say that I have all the three books of this author! Like her first two books, this one also shows how to make some exciting and pretty looking models with very clear diagrams.

    First section of the book gives several tips for better folding as well as mathematical information on models based on geometry. Second and third sections contain several diagrams for a variety of cubes. Remaining part of the book contains diagrams for decorative dodecahedra.

    The models based on pentagons in this book are a new twist to modular origami. I love making the traditional lily (it looks so pretty and real) and the same made from a pentagon looks much better. And then there are 5 different flower dodecahedra made with pentagons. However, my favorite model from this book is 'Whipped Cream Star' which appears on the cover of the book. The simplicity of the unit of this model is quite amazing.

    Some well known artists from different parts of the world also have contributed to this book. These models range from intricate geometric assembly such as 'Four Interlocked Triangular Prism' by Daniel Kwan to flower-type assembly of Dahlia by Tanya Vysochina.

    In short, one more must have from Meenakshi Mukerji for anyone interested in Modular Origami.

  • Of Meenakshi Mukerji's three books in print, this one is my favorite. However, it is also the most challenging one. The origami models in this model are beautiful, but they do require a bit of time to complete. They are not necessarily "hard", but they do require commitment and dedication. It is not a book for those looking for immediate gratification.

    Like her first 2 books, this one is organized into sections with a clustering of similar or related models. Some of the models start with a rectangular sheet of paper while other start with a pentagon. Many of the models have "connector" units which give the models more color and helps keep the model together. Though non-traditional, the designs are clever non-traditional.

    The floral cubes are my favorite: these are glorified cubes made with 6 sheets of paper. The six units are folded with much detailing to produce fanciful cubes. So fancy that you forget they are cubes.

    Recommended for experienced folders who are not afraid to stray from the beaten path.

  • Great book with clear instructions for the many projects and I can not wait to start on my first one

  • This book is short and it does not give good instructions on how to recreate each piece.