The Pocket Paper Engineer, Volume I: Basic Forms: How to Make Pop-Ups Step-by-Step

  • Title: The Pocket Paper Engineer, Volume I: Basic Forms: How to Make Pop-Ups Step-by-Step
  • Author: Carol Barton
  • ISBN: 9780962775208
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Pocket Paper Engineer Volume I Basic Forms How to Make Pop Ups Step by Step Elegant and accessible this interactive handbook teaches crafters of all ages how to create kinetic paper art The projects are complete with examples formulas and the essential instruction that all
    Elegant and accessible, this interactive handbook teaches crafters of all ages how to create kinetic paper art The projects are complete with examples, formulas, and the essential instruction that allows them to be constructed directly from the book with simple materials on hand paper, scissors, and glue Pop ups are grouped by type box or triangle and as the chapters prElegant and accessible, this interactive handbook teaches crafters of all ages how to create kinetic paper art The projects are complete with examples, formulas, and the essential instruction that allows them to be constructed directly from the book with simple materials on hand paper, scissors, and glue Pop ups are grouped by type box or triangle and as the chapters progress, the techniques are combined and layered for dramatic effects With its thorough explanations and inspiring ideas, this book will bring color and motion to crafters cards, scrapbooks, and invitations.

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    About Carol Barton


    1. Ms Barton is a teacher, book artist, and curator who runs Popular Kinetics Press and has published numerous artist book editions since her first book, Beyond the Page, was printed in 1981 Her work is exhibited internationally and is in numerous collections, including The Smithsonian Institution, Library of Congress, Museum of Modern Art, The Getty Museum, and the Victoria and Albert Museum in Londonom popularkinetics artist librarian note it is unlikely that the paper artist is the same author as the children s World of Wishes books, but I can t find any details to back that up


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    1. The perfect book for a beginner. As a bonus, the book itself has a fantastic design concept. It presents an example, then you can tear out a card with the pattern for that example, and when you finish, it has a pocket on the next page where you can store the card you just cut. Also, if you don't like cutting up your book, there is an order form for replacement cards. It's nice to see form follow function.

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    2. You will have a complete introduction and hands-on opportunities galore whilst working your way through the three volumes of this series. If you love pop-ups and want to try your hand at creating your own, this is the best guide out there.

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    3. From simple to more complex with actual samples you can pop-out and pop-up!

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    4. People seem to really like this book. It was a bit more simplistic than I had hoped. It does have lots of fold out examples, which is nice to see in a mass produced book.

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    5. My son got this for Christmas!

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    6. A good introduction to the subject, although the models are definitely on the easier side. It is ingeniously designed with pockets for storing your models and has cute patterns.

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