Book: Ken Ozawa «New Encyclopedia of Paper Folding Design»

New Encyclopedia of Paper Folding Design

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Following Encyclopedia of Paper-Folding Designs, the first book in this series, New Encyclopedia of Paper-Folding Designs presents the folding techniques in flyers, leaflets, catalogs, in addition to direct mail and card projects. From relatively simple techniques to the most advanced, this book showcases various paper folding "tricks" such as folding up, folding over, wrapping, lifting, compressing, inserting, assembling, warping, and projecting. Vivid photographs and schematic drawings of each work make learning these methods clear for all levels. Drawings are also included on the accompanying CD-ROM in Adobe Illustrator format so readers can effectively learn from each drawing.

Издательство: "PIE Books" (2003)

ISBN: 978-4-89444-271-9

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