More difficult than expected. Some of these take over 100 moves. Make sure your paper is big enough. Recommended for the adventurous and daring origamist.Published 10 months ago by K. Thompson
I distinctly remember getting a copy of Maekawa's Viva! Origami in Japanese via interlibrary loan during college, photocopying directions for his "Devil", and then spending hours... Read morePublished 12 months ago by N. Anderson
I love the challenge of new folds. It keeps my mind and my fingers happy. I will be folding some of these over the Easter weekend.Published 18 months ago by John Greenwood
Very good step by step instructions with good photos of finished work. The arrangement of the models from the more easy ones to the more difficult is most friendly to... Read morePublished 18 months ago by James Wong
I liked the content and presentation. However, the photographs are difficult to follow rather than a drawn diagram. This is a great book for intermeidate to advanced folders.Published 21 months ago by becky l brown
I originally bought this for my son for Christmas a couple of years ago (he was 9), because he loves origami. Read morePublished on August 11, 2012 by Mom of Nearly Triplets
This is a very necessary book for all origami artists.
Begins with simple foldings and ends with very complex.
The step by step is very clear. Read more
This book is great for persons interested in knowing more of origami than folding from diagrams.
It is based on diagrams, but they are used to present more challenging... Read more
This was my first real origami book (i.e. not one included in a package set type deal). Up to this point I'd only done origami occasionally, and in very limited number of designs. Read morePublished on December 5, 2010 by JFW