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Animal Origami for the Enthusiast

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Animal Origami for the Enthusiast


Animal Origami for the Enthusiast
Step-by-step Instructions in Over 900 Diagrams
John Montroll | ISBN 0-486-24792-9 | PDF | 5.18MB

This book begins with simple models and works up to more intricate ones. Each is folded from an uncut square. The book also contains a brief explanation of the symbols used to indicate various folds, and several pages explaining folds and "bases" considered basic. (Many models share the same initial folds; the result of some common beginning folds is called a base, e.g. "bird base", "frog base".)

Here are the critters you learn to fold:
* Angelfish (8 steps)
* Seal (18 steps)
* Walrus (21 steps)
* Starfish (29 steps)
* Crane (37 steps) … not traditional.
* Swan (21 steps)
* Eagle (14 steps)
* Owl (23 steps)
* Tyrannosaurus (18 steps)
* Brontosaurus (16 steps)
* Snake (24 steps)
* Turtle (39 steps)
* Frog (49 steps)
* also Frog With Toes (+ 24 steps), for the tree frog look.
* Bear (39 steps)
* Kangaroo (40 steps)
* Giraffe (41 steps)
* Fox (56 steps)
* Elephant (55 steps)
* Antelope (51 steps)
* Spider (86 steps)
* Crab (86 steps)
* Lobster (114 steps)
* Ornament (21 steps)
* Star (19 steps)

Note: "Steps" is really the number of illustrations, not the total number of folds, which would have been more tedious to count. It's still a reasonable indicator of complexity, though.

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