Works of Satoshi Kamiya by Satoshi Kamiya
World of Super-Complex Origami
This is a collection of our favourite books and we highly recommend all of them. There are books for all skill levels that will teach you how to fold a wide variety of different models. We've also written a short review for each book and included links to where you can get them. Click on a button below to jump to a specific difficulty level or category. Everyone Can Learn Origami is the ultimate book for beginners who want to learn how to make origami.
Buy from: origami-shop. Satoshi Kamiya's new book is not a typical diagram book. The few full diagrams in it have actually already been published before, albeit in hard-to-find sources. What the book is about is the process of folding, techniques, crease-pattern interpretation etc. As all this text is in Japanese I cannot make much of it, but everything is accompanied with many drawings and photos which give insights to the meaning of the text.
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Buy from: origami-shop. Satoshi Kamiya is one of the leading "Technical Origami" creators in the world today. Most of his models, despite being ultra-complex and extremely detailed, still have a sense of beauty and are quite aesthetic and pleasing to look at. This book was expected for a long time, and when its contents was finally revealed, there was some disappointment, as almost all the models in it have already been published elsewhere - in magazines, convention-books etc. Kamiya states in the forward to the book that he did not publish this book in order to show his new designs, but rather to provide a source of inspiration for young would-be designers. However, the book is still worth obtaining even for the obsessive magazine collectors among us, because:. This being said, the book collects 19 of Kamiya's creations, arranged chronologically by dates of design, so you can follow Kamiya's progress actually, he was pretty good from the start!