Origami enthusiasts at all levels of experience will delight in these imaginative animals. Created by expert paperfolder Vicente Palacios, the simple but detailed folding instructions include helpful two-color illustrations of each step. Twenty charming creatures range from simple versions of a swan,... read more
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Origami enthusiasts at all levels of experience will delight in these imaginative animals. Created by expert paperfolder Vicente Palacios, the simple but detailed folding instructions include helpful two-color illustrations of each step. Twenty charming creatures range from simple versions of a swan, rabbit, and dog to more complex models of a fox, elephant, and frog. Other whimsical figures include a goose, hippopotamus, bear, camel, and dragon — a splendid menagerie that will enrich any origamist's repertoire.
Reprint of the Editorial Miguel A. Salvatella, Barcelona, 2007 edition.
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