This is a fun book for kids and the kid in the grownups. Lots of easy to follow instructions.Published 2 months ago by My Penny's Worth
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 15 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 18 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 23 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 23 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 on July 17, 2013 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 on May 18, 2013 by Kathy M. Berger