Jun Maekawa owns distinct approaches origami from the perspective of mathematical and geometric principles. The author walks you step by step through the. Genuine Origami – Jun – Ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online. Steve and Megumi Biddle – The New Uploaded by. Nacho Cantu. Fumiaki Kawahata Dinosaur Origami 2. Uploaded by. Angel Caballero. Genuine .
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Origami inoritami contains a few of his older designs, as jub as many new krigami. Most of the older designs have been re-worked and re-diagrammed for this book. Maekawa’s style is “Genuine Origami” in that all is achieved by folding alone – shaping is pretty much unnecessary, and the final model is clean-looking, with defined lines and straight edges.
Most models could be folded successfully from any available paper. The folding process itself is a lot of fun, involving interesting and innovative moves. Each model has a “Theme”, or concept, which can be the shape of paper, a certain mathematical idea, or a folding move. Each theme is described in fascinating short paragraphs, with the models being used as illustrations of these concepts.
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The models progress in difficulty, with each new type of step thoroughly explained as it is introduced in a model. The diagram quality is very good, but I found it to be concise in places, involving several steps in one diagram or turning the model over before showing the results of the last step.
The accompanying text does compensate for that, though. It has become one of my favorite origami books. Mammals – Rodentia – Rats, Mice and Rodents. Mammals – Rodentia – Squirrels.
Genuine Origami by Maekawa, Jun
Religion and Holidays – Christmas and Santa Claus. Mammals – Giraffidae – Giraffes and Okapi. Mammals – Elephantidae – Elephants. Birds – Gruiformes – Cranes. Mammals – Suidae – Maeawa and Boars. Mammals – Cetacea – Dolphins. Flora – Trees and Plants. Religion and Holidays – Eastern Religions. Geometric and other shapes. Mammals – Cervidae – Deer and Moose. Mammals – Canidae – Dogs.
Mammals – Bovidae – Cows and Buffalo. Mammals – Bovidae – Sheep, Goats and Bovides. Imaginary beings – Dragons. Mammals – Equidae – Horses and Donkeys. Mammals – Lagomorpha – Rabbits and Bunnies.
Mammals – Felidae – Tigers and Leopards. Imaginary beings – Demons. Birds – Sphenisciformes – Penguins. Birds – Galliformes – Hens and Pheasants. Birds – Galliformes – Peacocks. Birds – Galliformes – Turkeys. Dinosaurs – Tyrannosaurus Rex. Genuine Origami by Jun Maekawa Published: Show only designs with photos. Squirrel Mammals – Rodentia – Squirrels.
Divided box Boxes and Containers. Square Also in Tanteidan 11th convention A very clever box, with fun moves, where the final “pop-up” move creates the box Also published as “X box” in Origami Tanteidan convention Giraffe Mammals – Giraffidae – Giraffes and Okapi.
Folded by Stephane Gerard. Elephant 1 Mammals – Elephantidae – Elephants. Elephant jyn Mammals – Elephantidae – Elephants.
Folded by Fujikura Atsuo. Crane – transformed Birds – Gruiformes – Cranes. Snake Reptiles – Snakes. Airplane Vehicles – Airplanes. Samurai helmet Clothes – Hats. Square Also in Viva!
Origami by Kunihiko Kasahara. Wild boar Mammals – Suidae – Pigs and Boars. Dolphin Mammals – Cetacea – Dolphins.
Square Also in Origami Tanteidan Magazine Japanese macaque Mammals – Primates. Tree Flora – Trees and Plants.
Genuine Origami: 43 Mathematically-Based Models, from Simple to Complex by Jun Maekawa
Hina dolls Religion and Holidays – Eastern Religions. Fujiyama module Geometric and other shapes. Folded by Ondrej and Radim Cibulka. Reindeer – teabag Mammals – Cervidae – Deer and Moose. Other shape Also in Tanteidan 3rd convention From a tea-bag wrapper. Connected cranes Birds – Gruiformes – Cranes. Gift box Boxes and Containers. Papillon dog Mammals – Canidae genuiine Dogs. Crane – standing Birds – Gruiformes – Cranes. Cow Mammals – Bovidae – Cows and Buffalo.
Square Also in Tanteidan 8th convention. Dragon Imaginary beings – Dragons. Square Almost identical to hy dragon published in Origami Tanteidan convention 6.
Horse Mammals maeakwa Equidae – Horses and Donkeys. Triceratops Dinosaurs – Triceratops. Rabbit Mammals – Lagomorpha – Rabbits and Bunnies. Tiger mask Mammals – Felidae – Tigers and Leopards.
Devil mask Imaginary beings – Demons. Penguin Birds – Sphenisciformes – Penguins. Pyramid fractal Geometric and other shapes.
Square Also in Tanteidan 4th convention A fractal pyramid. Chick Birds – Galliformes – Hens and Pheasants. Peacock Birds – Galliformes – Peacocks.
Turkey Birds – Galliformes – Turkeys. Tyrannosaurus Dinosaurs – Tyrannosaurus Rex. Eastern dragon Imaginary beings – Dragons.
Samurai-helmet beetle – flying Insects. Devil Imaginary beings – Demons.
Origami by Kunihiko Kasahara Maekawa’s modern classic.