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Modular Origami Polyhedra, Revised and Enlarged Edition Paperback – January 29, 1999
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The problem is the presentation. Many models are hard to follow, especially when trying to put them together; more than once, I had to refer to another book to figure out what to do. Some diagrams are confusing, if not outright wrong (3-dimensional pictures are especially prone to this). Occasionally instructions are alluded to (e.g., in captions) that aren't there. There's a complete absence of cross-references between illustrative photos and instructions for folding them.
In short, a frustrating book. If the good parts weren't so good, it wouldn't be quite so frustrating.
and the price was right . This book has many projects that require folding in 3rds but worth the time to spend.
and very informative pictures..So if your in to folding like I`am then this book is for you!!!!!
Like most modular models, you will require some patience to fold these models, as you will have to fold many of the same things over and over again.
So in summary - great book, will need patience, but well worth the effort.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this book. The diagrams are clear and easy to follow ( this from an experienced folder). For the price it is super.Published 17 months ago by Thomas G. Conally
I got this hoping that it would show me some new stuff. it never even mentions what is on the cover,it's filled with technical lingo, and the inside illustrations suck. Read morePublished on July 17, 2014 by Andrew
have only tried a couple of designs, find the directions very helpful. this will be a book to refer to for years to come!Published on June 19, 2013 by Cricket