Dollar Origami Treasures shows how to fold a large collection of dollar bill models. Most are created by John Montroll and a few are traditional favorites. Clear step-by-step instructions show how to fold over 50 models in categories of objects, boats, hats, bugs, birds, sea creatures, mammals, and dinosaurs. Models range in skill level from simple to complex, but not too complex. Models include a Kimono, Ocean Liner, Party Hat, Piggy Bank, Crab, Tyrannosaurus, and many other favorites.
There is information on the proportions of a dollar bill and methods to cut these from squares and rectangles. Difficulty levels are shown for each model so the beginner can concentrate on simple models and can also learn to improve their folding skills.
This collection is perfect for children, art teachers, and anyone who wishes to expand their repertoire of origami and dollar bill folds.
|Publisher:||Antroll Publishing Company|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.25(d)|
About the Author
John started folding in elementary school. He quickly progressed from folding models from books to creating his own designs. Since his first published book, Origami for the Enthusiast, John has written many more books. Each model that John designs has a meticulously developed folding sequence. John's long-standing experience allows him to accomplish a model in lesser number of steps rather than plenty. It is his constant endeavor to give the reader a pleasing folding experience.