Bringing Origami to Life has 8 ratings and 1 review. Jonathan said: I love montrolls designs, although I find the finish shown in the diagrams a little p. Bringing Origami to Life by John Montroll, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Add a new dimension of realism to your origami! Using innovative folding techniques, matched with clear, easy-to-follow directions, you will almost feel the .

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The bird can stand. Repeat behind for the neck.

The lower part of the body will be lightly curved, too. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Bryan Kornele added it Oct 02, Make the body round. Reverse-fold at the back. Daniel Brown rated it it was ok Aug 12, Best known as the inspiration behind the single-square, no-cuts, no-glue approach, the American origami master offers readers meticulously developed folding sequences that allow them to create better models with fewer steps.

Lion Mammals – Felidae – Lions. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.


Mammals – Canidae – Dogs. This cat has a seamless closed back, considered to be the most artistic and realistic representation. These and ro other projects will provide Spread the paper while reverse folding up at the head. This allows the four corners to be used for the feet with toes. Mammals – Felidae – Cats. Gerard rated it did not like it Dec 20, Mammals – Bovidae – Cows and Buffalo.

As an added bonus, a brief lesson in wet folding is given at the beginning of the book; this technique lice used by many folders to make the models more permanent and life-like. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. One corner is hidden by the teeth, two corners are hidden near the front legs, and the last is used montoll the tail.

Looking for beautiful books? Since less paper is required for the neck and head, the height of the bear joohn a little greater than that of the horse. Dennis added it Mar 17, Lang No preview available – Nevertheless one of my favourite origami figure design books.

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Horse with Rider 10 Unwrap the white paper. Trivia About Bringing Origami Debra marked it as to-read Oct 28, Mammals – Marsupialia – Kangaroos.


A three-dimensional figure showing the sink fold. Favorite Animals in Origami John Montroll. Compare steps 23 of these two animals. Bringing Origami to Life.

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About John Montroll Internationally renowned author John Montroll has significantly increased the origami repertoire with his original designs. A hidden corner is pulled out to form the mouth. For the toes, fold the first in front, the next one to the back, odigami fold two together behind.

Easy Origami Chris Alexander. Double-rabbit-ear the leg and repeat behind.

Bringing Origami to Life

It uses a base similar to the bear. Recall that in a blintz fold, the four corners of the square are folded to the center forming a smaller square, step 3, with added points.

Add a new dimension of realism to your origami! Repeat behind at the back.