Readers are invited to take apart the sample pop-ups (as long as they promise to put them back together!) to determine exactly how each score folds and where each glue point is. Instructions are somewhat advanced, but the dimensional samples and the step-by-step photographic essay on how a pop-up is made will ease the journey. David Carter and James Diaz have each created many, many pop-up books, and are passionate about their trade. So blow the cobwebs out of the geometry corner of your brain, and get to work! (Ages 9 and older) --Emilie Coulter
After purchasing half a dozen books, I was looking precisely for one of this kind, and am glad I found it.
Elements of Pop Up is one of the few How To Make Pop-Ups books that features patterns for moving parts like wheel/tab mechanisms, which is why I purchased it.
It makes great reading, too, and like reading cookbooks for fun, this one is a really fun read besides being superb as a text book.
The next step in making dimensional cards. Great instructions and examplesPublished 9 days ago by Pat
Book is in stated condition, delivered promptly, absolutely no complaints. Thanks!Published 18 days ago by Timothy L Fine
One of my all time favorite books. After reading this I feel like I could be a pop-up book master! Clearly shows how many of the common pop-up devices work. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Kevin
David Carter writes that this book is for "young, creative minds of all ages." And so it is.
Patterns are not included in the book, but....... Read more
Its amazing what you can do with paper but this pop-ups are difficultPublished 3 months ago by Donna Lavdis
This book is super cool! I just wish it included more about how to actually TEACH pop-up:lesson ideas, sequencing, etc. But I'll figure it out.Published 3 months ago by Mrs. Clark
The best book to get started in Popup book design! Great examples that can be traced and followed to make more complex/advanced designs.Published 4 months ago by Zacholas
This book makes me feel like a kid again. Even if I don't learn a doggone thing from it -- it's worth having just to look at. Read morePublished 6 months ago by My Penny's Worth