- 出版社: A K Peters/CRC Press (2010年8月18日)
- 平装: 136页
- 语种： 英语
- ISBN: 1568815840
- 条形码: 9781568815848
- 商品尺寸: 27.7 x 21.6 x 0.8 cm
- 商品重量: 376 g
- ASIN: 1568815840
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Origami Inspirations (英语) 平装 – 2010年8月18日
I found this book on modular origami enticing. The full-color photos on the cover and throughout the book are captivating and make the book live up to its title. … I highly recommend this book.
―Carla Moldavan, Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, April 2012
A piece of paper has so much potential. Origami Inspirations is a guide filled with origami projects to be taken on by those of varying skill levels with origami. Presented in full color, Meenakshi Mukerji proceeds to break down the projects into step by step instructions, an introductory of many basic techniques, and organizes the projects based on the predominant technique in each. For anyone looking to get into origami or those who have some knowledge but seeking more ideas, Origami Inspirations may be what they are looking for.
―Library Bookwatch, June 2011
Mukerji presents yet another colorfully illustrated book, showing in clear diagrams how to make complex three-dimensional figures by folding paper. They include simple cubes, four-sink base models, and folding with pentagons. A miscellaneous section includes windmill base cubes, whipped cream, a star with spirals, and waves. Another section features models by guests, among them many different kinds of flowers and dodecahedron.
―SciTech Book News, February 2011
If you are familiar with Meenakshi Mukerji’s previous origami publications, then Origami Inspirations will not disappoint. … this is a great origami book for those who are dedicated to modular origami. … it is well suited for intermediate folders who are stout of character and have a strong sense of determination.
―Origami Resource Center
A whole book full of amazingly attractive new modular pieces. This book is highly recommended to all modular folders and those wanting to dabble in this pastime. Readers who purchased previous volumes in this series [Marvelous Modular Origami and Ornamental Origami] should, no doubt, unhesitatingly order this volume because of the high standard of diagramming and model novelty applied throughout the series.
―David Petty, British Origami Society, May 2010
The comprehensive nature of this book makes it a wonderful selection for both beginners and experts alike. I was particularly taken with the many models that can be made with just six units-the 'butterfly' cube being an outstanding example of a most pleasing form.
―Rachel Katz, OrigamiwithRachelKatz.com, May 2010
Meenakshi Mukerji (Adhikari) was introduced to origami in her early childhood by her uncle Bireshwar Mukhopadhyay. She rediscovered origami in its modular form as an adult, quite by chance in 1995, when she was living in Pittsburgh, PA. A friend took her to a class taught by Doug Philips, and ever since she has been folding modular origami and displaying it on her very popular website www.origamee.net. She has many designs to her own credit. In 2005, Origami USA presented her with the Florence Temko award for her exceptional contribution to origami.
Meenakshi was born and raised in Kolkata, India. She obtained her BS in electrical engineering at the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, and then came to the United States to pursue a Masters in Computer Science at Portland State University in Oregon. She worked in the software industry for more than a decade but is now at home in California with her husband and two sons to enrich their lives and to create her own origami designs. Some people who have provided her with much origami inspiration and encouragement are Rosalinda Sanchez, David Petty, Francis Ow, Rona Gurkewitz, Ravi Apte, Rachel Katz, and many more.
Meenakshi Mukerji was awarded the 2005 Florence Temko Award by OrigamiUSA for her contributions to origami. She is the author of Marvelous Modular Origami and Ornamental Origami: Exploring 3D Geometric Designs, and she maintains the popular modular origami website, www.origamee.net.
More than most modular origami books, this particular one focuses on a range of possible variations on a particular theme, this results in a more detailed series of related pieces, should the folder desire. However, people who are looking for a wide range of dis-similar pieces may find the book a bit repetitive.
I would suggest this book to those interested in modular origami.
I get through a page and three-quarters of steps. After that, the directions are obtuse for me.
I wish the author, who is a celebrated origami artist, would sell some videos.