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The models start off really simply and then get more difficult as you go through the book.
There are lots of great animals to practice on. Lang is a master at designing origami insects and this book features 20 of his excellent designs with easy to follow diagrams. The models range in difficulty from really simple beginner ones to more intermediate level ones.
Robert J. The book starts out pretty easy but some of the later models start getting more difficult. The crab later in the book is one of my favourite models to fold.
This is followed by another large section about all the various different kinds of origami paper and how to select the best paper for your project. After this is an excellent section on some of the fancier origami techniques such as back coating, colouring paper with acrylic paint and wet folding. About 60 pages in the book gets to the diagrams which are great. There are 15 excellent models, mostly animals, that are an intermediate difficulty level.
Dinosaur Origami This book has a great collection of paper dinosaurs. The cover says there are 25 models but there are actually The diagrams have been re-worked and are more clear from the previous book as well. The models start out pretty easy but most of them are intermediate level. The first half of this book has diagrams for all the different animals of the Chinese Zodiac. These are mostly regular animals like a rabbit, tiger, monkey etc.
The second half of the book has diagrams for several different mythological creatures such as dragons, a unicorn, a griffin and much more.
The diagrams are all very clear with two coloured paper and text instructions to go with most steps. This book is highly recommended. Origami from Angelfish to Zen This is another one of my favourite books.
The book starts off with a large section about the history and theory of origami which may or may not be interesting to you. About a third of the way through the book though it gets into the models and there are a bunch of really awesome models in this book. Almost all of the models in this book are animals and they all look really great. The diagrams are detailed with two coloured paper and text instructions for each step and the difficulty level is intermediate to upper intermediate.
Marvelous Modular Origami Meenakshi Mukerji is probably the master of modular origami and kusudamas. In this book she shows how to fold several kusudamas from multiple origami units. The models are pretty simple and the diagrams are quite clear.
This book also has a pretty big section at the end of the math and theory of modular origami along with suggested books and websites to check out. The models are all pretty easy to fold and the diagrams are clear and everything is explained quite well. This book makes an excellent follow-up to Marvellous Modular Origami. The book starts off with a little section about the theory and mathematics of modular origami and then get into several great looking kusudama models.
Advanced-Level Books These books are for more advanced-level folders.
The models in them are very difficult to fold and some of these books really go into the theory and mathematics about origami and origami design. Robert Lang takes each chapter to describe a different technique used for designing models and ends each chapter with diagrams for a few models that illustrate the technique discussed.
This book also helped me understand how crease patterns work a lot more too. There are a bunch of diagrams for some excellent models ranging from not too hard to very advanced.
There are also several crease patterns as well. Works of Satoshi Kamiya 2, — This is a sequel to the first Works of Satoshi Kamiya book and has diagrams for a bunch of awesome models by Satoshi Kamiya that are hard to find or not available.
These are some of his newer designs. The diagrams are excellent, very detailed and have instructions in both English and Japanese. There are also some beautiful photos of the models at the start of the book along with crease patterns for all the models.
This is definitely an advanced book and the models are quite difficult to fold but the models are awesome, especially the Phoenix, Cerberus, Sleipnir and Tree Frog models.
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The difficulty of the models ranges from upper intermediate to more advanced. The diagrams are very detailed with text in both English and Japanese and there are crease patterns for each model as well. It starts out with a few simpler kusudama type models to introduce you to the basics and then gives you instructions for 12 amazing and super complex wireframe projects. As far as I know this is the only book that has instructions for models like these. You can read my full review of the book here.
These books are for intermediate and advanced level folders. You can however download it as an eBook. All the diagrams are very clear and have text instructions in both English and French. Most of the diagrams in this book are intermediate level with a few that are pretty easy and a few that are quite advanced. This is definitely an excellent collection of origami models.
The book opens up with a text section where Roman Diaz discusses how an origami designer is like a composer and folders are like interpreters and he encourages folders to put their own spin and touches on the models they fold.
He has lots of tips and techniques to help folders with this. After this section the book gets into the diagrams which are clear, detailed and have text instructions in both Spanish and English. The diagrams start off quite easy and get harder throughout the book.Most of the diagrams in this book are intermediate level with a few that are pretty easy and a few that are quite advanced.
Read more ficaces. The Lemur Monkey,Singin g Cardinal,Vixen are only some of the best works in this boos-all elegant,beautiful and expressive m odels! The last few models are very difficult. This and various birds, flapping wings, talking animals, catapults, and much more. The book contains a number of schemes of paper airplanes. Advanced paper aicraft construction. All the diagrams are very clear and have text instructions in both English and French. This book is mostly a collection if his animal designs but also has some other models like a clown and a skull.
Doug Philips calls this a calyx.