Galaxy of Origami Stars

Galaxy of Origami Stars : 37 Original Stellar Designs

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This collection teaches you how to fold 37 original origami stars, each from a single square sheet of paper. Great care has been taken to keep each folding sequence elegant. The models are amazing and striking, are enjoyable to fold, and can be used as awards and decorations, and on festive occasions. Several stars use both sides of the paper to highlight interesting color patterns. Duo origami paper, which has a different color on each side, is ideal for these models. Most of the stars are two-dimensional and a few are three-dimensional. Several sets of related stars are included. There are solid-color and two-toned models. The radiant stars each have an impressive alternating color pattern. The twelve-point star looks as if it was woven from strips of paper. The magic star resembles a model made from eight sheets, but is easily folded from a single square, like all the others in this book. Most of the designs are by John Montroll; several are by Russell Cashdollar. The models range from simple to complex, but not too complex. Clear step-by-step instructions show how to fold stars with varying number of points, shapes, and color patterns.

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  • Paperback | 122 pages
  • 210 x 274 x 8mm | 322.05g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1480103047
  • 9781480103047
  • 407,788

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About John Montroll

John Montroll is respected for his work in Origami throughout the world. His published work has significantly increased the global repertoire of original designs in Origami. John is also acknowledged for techniques such as the double-rabbit ear fold and for ground-breaking bases like the Dog Base and the Insect Base. The American Origami master is known for being the inspiration behind the single-square, no cuts, no glue approach in Origami. John started folding in elementary school. He quickly progressed from folding models from books to creating his own designs. Since his first published book, Origami for the Enthusiast, John has written many more books. Each model that John designs has a meticulously developed folding sequence. John's long-standing experience allows him to accomplish a model in lesser number of steps rather than plenty. It is his constant endeavor to give the reader a pleasing folding experience.

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