Roses, Origami & Math by Toshikazu Kawasaki (2005-05-20)

  • Title: Roses, Origami & Math by Toshikazu Kawasaki (2005-05-20)
  • Author: Toshikazu Kawasaki
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    1. Je n'ai pas encore reçu la commande depuis plus d'un mois ,même avec des relances .C'est trop dur d'accepter un e commande plus d'un mois et non livrée .e est une site sérieuse si vous intervenez pour le remboursementou autre forme de livraison .Je trouve tout de suite à la librairie de Paris ce bouquin.A réagir e ! car je vais réagir activement sur le web qui porteraitpréjudice à e.Un client régulier d'e

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    2. This book should really be named: "Modular Origami Structures, Origami Math Surface Scratched, and One or Two Origami Roses." It is a nicely bound, quality material book, as for the contents:Its a bit misleading having Roses first in the titles the smallest section in the book, with only a couple models with an extra variation or two on one of those, its not a flower bonanza by any means. Still, i was looking for a better set of instructions for the spiral rose that has been a traditional design [...]

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    3. The author is very detailed. One gets the feeling that they are working with a true teacher to create the shapes and understand the math. But the English is terrible. More attention should have been paid getting a competent translator. After reading through some of the book I feel like I've lost my own ability to speak English, and English is my native language.

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    4. A beautiful book, great schemas I could rate it 5 stars if only there were few photos more.

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    5. This book is not for beginners! Also they are NOT kidding when they say math. This book, besides math, haves mainly cubes that you fold and use them to build things like church, for non cube you have coffee bean, tree, pyramids, leaf. Rest is just math. So if your fan of model origami and/or math then this is a book for you.

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    6. 80% of the book is focused on a very simple module and some variations, that allows you to do cubes. And then entire chapters dedicated to how to link them and also detailing how to build a big house, a small house, a church, etc. etc. etc. The same stuff could be done easily in 10% of the book. If someone is interested in this kind of origami, then better buy "Unit Origami" from Tomoko Fuse.The rose section is Ok, well explained and detailed (10% of the book)The math section is hard, not well i [...]

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