Paper, Scissors, Sculpt!

Paper, Scissors, Sculpt!

Creating Cut-and-fold Animals

Book - 2006
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Score the paper, make a cut, and give it a fold; that’s gupit-gupit, the art of creating amazing three-dimensional sculptures. The name comes from Tagalog, the national language of the Philippines, and it means ?cut cut.” Master Ben A. Gonzales, a native Filipino, illustrates all the techniques in this unique collection of paper animals?and both kids and adults will love constructing them. It’s easy: Each creature is made from only a single sheet, directions are laid out in a straightforward manner, and the nice large patterns proceed logically from simple forms to the more complicated. (The number of stars next to each project gives the level of difficulty.) Choose from a butterfly, bear, kangaroo, swan, squirrel, Tyrannosaurus rex, whale, and many others.


Baker & Taylor
Shows how to use the Filipino art of paper crafting to create beautiful paper animals, with instructions and diagrams to illustrate this art that requires just one sheet of paper for each animal. Reprint.

Baker
& Taylor

Shows how to use the Filipino art of paper crafting to create paper animals, with instructions and diagrams to illustrate this art that requires just one sheet of paper for each animal.

Publisher: New York : Sterling Pub. Co., 2006
ISBN: 9781402740640
1402740646
Characteristics: 96 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm

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