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This lovely book would make an ideal gift for the enthusiastic paperfolder who has mastered his or her basic models. It contains an attractive collection of geometric style models such as unusual little boxes, vases and abstract decorations for placing around your home. There is also a collection of items such as chopstick holders and various kinds of stationery and envelopes. There is even a delightful collection of stars and snowflakes which would be wonderful for the festive season in making decorations and cards.
As always in Tomoko Fuse's books, there is a sumptuous gallery of photographs of made-up models showing off the items for which instructions are provided in the book. Each set of diagrams is done in the clear Randlett/Yoshizawa style and is accompanied by either a drawing or a black and white photograph of the object you are making.
Care and accuracy is required in folding any of the models but all should be within the reach of the intermediate paperfolder. I recommend this one unreservedly.
More About the Author
Tomoko Fuse (布施 知子, Fuse Tomoko, born in Niigata, 1951) is a Japanese origami artist and author of numerous books on the subject of modular origami, and is by many considered as a renowned master in such discipline.
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