The "dark side" of paperfolding awaits origami enthusiasts in this collection of new and interesting projects. Scores of diagrams and folding instructions show how to fashion creatures drawn from the worlds of fantasy and make-believe — from a troll (23 steps) to a high-flying witch on a broomstick (141 steps).
A useful list of symbols indicating basic folding techniques introduces 24 devilishly delightful models — among them a bat, ghost, suit of armor, centaur, wizard, unicorn, satyr, sphinx, and a three-headed dragon. Offering hours of personal satisfaction and enjoyment, this unique collection will delight paperfolders at all skill levels — from intermediate to advanced.
Authors: Mario Adrados Netto, J. Anibal Voyer Iniesta
Paperback, 60 pages, Ages 5 and up. Publisher: Dover, October 12, 2005.