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Origami Odyssey: A Journey to the Edge of Paperfolding: Includes Origami Book with 21 Original Projects & Downloadable Video Instructions

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Renowned origami artist Peter Engel first astounded origami enthusiasts and the lay person alike with his popular Origami from Angelfish to Zen. Since that book, published in 1989, Engel has gone through a personal change in his philosophy of origami design, honed through decades of elevating what is often viewed as simple paper folding into a fine art. In Origami Odyssey, Renowned origami artist Peter Engel first astounded origami enthusiasts and the lay person alike with his popular Origami from Angelfish to Zen. Since that book, published in 1989, Engel has gone through a personal change in his philosophy of origami design, honed through decades of elevating what is often viewed as simple paper folding into a fine art. In Origami Odyssey, Engel takes paper crafters on a journey to the edge of paper folding, providing instruction for exquisite and original origami designs, including several that have been shown in galleries and museums throughout the world. Experienced folders will delight in the chance to grow as artists as they master the projects in this book, and new comers to origami will find the author's journey so inspiring that they'll be ready to begin an odyssey of their own. This unique do-it-yourself paper craft book includes: Full-colored photos and step-by-step instructions and diagrams 21 fun-to-do projects like the Green Horned Owl, Gingko Leaf, Stingray and many more! Downloadable instructional video with easy-to-follow tutorials


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Renowned origami artist Peter Engel first astounded origami enthusiasts and the lay person alike with his popular Origami from Angelfish to Zen. Since that book, published in 1989, Engel has gone through a personal change in his philosophy of origami design, honed through decades of elevating what is often viewed as simple paper folding into a fine art. In Origami Odyssey, Renowned origami artist Peter Engel first astounded origami enthusiasts and the lay person alike with his popular Origami from Angelfish to Zen. Since that book, published in 1989, Engel has gone through a personal change in his philosophy of origami design, honed through decades of elevating what is often viewed as simple paper folding into a fine art. In Origami Odyssey, Engel takes paper crafters on a journey to the edge of paper folding, providing instruction for exquisite and original origami designs, including several that have been shown in galleries and museums throughout the world. Experienced folders will delight in the chance to grow as artists as they master the projects in this book, and new comers to origami will find the author's journey so inspiring that they'll be ready to begin an odyssey of their own. This unique do-it-yourself paper craft book includes: Full-colored photos and step-by-step instructions and diagrams 21 fun-to-do projects like the Green Horned Owl, Gingko Leaf, Stingray and many more! Downloadable instructional video with easy-to-follow tutorials

9 review for Origami Odyssey: A Journey to the Edge of Paperfolding: Includes Origami Book with 21 Original Projects & Downloadable Video Instructions

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Mottaghinejad

    The sun and moon are my favorite. The sun is the hardest thing I've ever folded, but I managed it. First discovered this book when I was nine years old, and could fold everything but the sun even then, so you know the instructions are very clear. The sun and moon are my favorite. The sun is the hardest thing I've ever folded, but I managed it. First discovered this book when I was nine years old, and could fold everything but the sun even then, so you know the instructions are very clear.

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