Animated Origami Faces

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Courier Corporation, Mar 15, 2012 - Crafts & Hobbies - 48 pages
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Blending the art of paperfolding with the magic of animation, this fun and fascinating book will help origami enthusiasts at every skill level create twelve delightful faces filled with movement and life. Using ordinary letter-size paper, anyone can make lively three-dimensional faces with blinking eyes, snapping jaws, and wiggling ears:
• Talking Bird
• Masked Super Hero
• Blowfish
• Elephant
• Dog
• Monkey
...and more!
With this simple method of paperfolding, no tools or glues are required. Just follow the easy step-by-step diagrams, accompanied by tons of helpful tips on technique, and crystal clear illustrations. An inspiring way to create homemade masks, this unique guide also includes suggestions for creating your own movable models, letting crafters mix and match features to invent new and unusual origami species!
 

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Joel Stern has enjoyed origami since his childhood. A native of Omaha, Nebraska, he has conducted many origami workshops for all ages in camps, schools, community centers, and libraries. Joel is also the author of "Origami Games, Animated Origami Faces, Jewish Holiday Origami", as well as "Washington Pops!", a collection of do-it-yourself pop-up cards of famous buildings in Washington, D.C. His origami and pop-up creations have been exhibited in the U.S., Japan, and Israel.

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