Her instructions are easy to follow, and creating pop-ups is a great kid-friendly project.
From the vantage point of living with a book artist, I feel that I have an intimate understanding of book arts, their creators and the magic contained within them.
Having already read and created some basic pop-ups using Volume 1 of Carol Barton's "The Pocket Paper Engineer", I was predictably eager to read Volume 2.
This book was well written and directions easy to follow. The illustrations helped to make clear what each fo;ded project should looko like.Published 5 months ago by Jane Woodard
I taught the art of "pop up" in my high school art classes. I believe the calisthenics that a person's mind goes through in creating these is essential to developing a truly well... Read morePublished 7 months ago by B. King
It gives a foundation for building platforms and bass for art work so one can manipulate the paper art on it. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Tommy B. Roberts
This book has a lot of ideas which I hope I can put to use one day. I love pop-ups so I love it.Published 12 months ago by ??
Each exercise builds logically on the previous one. Explanations work. I haven't done all the samples, so I'll comment more when I do.Published 14 months ago by I. Labrant
and somewhat limited in content. But what it does cover, it covers well. I bought the whole series, because I collect books on how to make Pop-ups, but I would probably not have... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Kathy M. Berger
This book and the others in the series are great fun. The projects are challenging, the instructions are easy to follow, and when you finish building a pop-up you won't believe you... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Stephanie
Pop-up Vol2 as with 1&3 is a. Delight to have and use, being able to follow the esay steps to make your own Pop-up cards & books for me is the best,the design and layout makes it... Read morePublished on August 11, 2012 by Neville Blachford
Of all of the pop-up construction books that I own, this is one of my favs. It takes a hands-on approach, allowing readers to construct models from the playful designs printed on... Read morePublished on March 2, 2012 by Thasha Brown