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Crease and fold

Sok Song

Crease and fold

innovative origami projects anyone can make

by Sok Song

  • 195 Want to read
  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Potter Craft in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Origami

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementby Sok Song.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTT870 .S6643 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24110041M
    ISBN 109780307586513
    LC Control Number2010006661

    Noun He ironed his pants to make the creases sharp. a crease in the paper tiny creases at the corners of his eyes Players from the opposing team may not enter the crease. The batsman .   Step 1. Choose a book with pages for a complete folded set of letters such as Mrs and Mr, or a page book to make a large monogram. Print out the letters that you wish to fold, go at least dpi in your print. Print landscape for long words and portrait for small words or monograms. Ensure that the letters of your work are exactly.

    ‘Make a crease in the center of each triangle by folding in half.’ ‘He folded the map up once again, its old creases and textures feeling strange on his hand, like crinkled bark almost.’ ‘He reached forth, smoothing the creases out of the front of his robe.’ ‘Summer smoothed out the creases in the paper and began to read what it said.’.   Ok, today in the "modern era", we have this thing called pressing. I've had one book pressed so far in my experience, and I'm % confident this crease will press out. A win for me, right? But after studying the crease very, very, carefully, I realized that there is just a trace of paint loss on the bottom 10% of the crease the width of a hair.

      Overstreet grading guide sez highest G/VG for book-length creases. CGC defines the crease as "Subscription Crease. A large crease down the center of a comic book caused by the folding of a comic for mailing. Considered a defect." I can't find an example of a CGC book with a near book length crease that was over a Crease + Fold Innovative Origami Projects Anyone Can Make (Book): Song, Sok: Inspired by traditional techniques, Sok Song captures the timeless spirit of origami in every modern model he designs. Inside, he shows how paper can be transformed into anything from an exquisite watercolor orchid to a wallet made from a subway map. These imaginative projects will teach .


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Crease and fold by Sok Song Download PDF EPUB FB2

Song is the author of Origami Chic: A Guide to Foldable Fashion and Crease + Fold: Innovative Origami Projects Anyone Can Make. His origami greeting cards were praised as "frameable art" by the card industry. He has incorporated origami 4/4(12). His book Crease + Fold: Innovative Origami Projects Anyone Can Make, was published by Potter Crafts, an imprint of Random House.

He is the Creative Director and Publisher for Creased - Magazine for Paper Folders, a/5. Books crease from the pressure of other objects, or from people using folds as book markers. You can remove many creases from a book cover or its pages.

Pressure is one common way to force a crease out of a page, while steam is another way. Flatten the creased page with your hand, then close the book. Get e-Books "Crease And Fold" on Pdf, ePub, Tuebl, Mobi and Audiobook for FREE. There are more than 1 Million Books that have been enjoyed by people from all over the world.

Always update books hourly, if not looking, search in the book search column. Enjoy % FREE. Folded Book Step 1: Gather Supplies!!. Step 2: Begin Folding the Paper to Make the Creases. Step 3: Continue Folding. Step 4: Cut the Book Open.

Step 5: Fold the Paper Into a Book. Step 6: Make the Cover. Step 7: Make the Wrapping Band. From a rose fashioned out of a dollar bill to a wallet made from a subway map, Crease + Fold demonstrates that anything is possible just using simple folds. Read more 4/5(19).

Creative Creases and Folds Aug well I let that particular cat out of the bag a tad early - but all those bits of photos are now in the public domain as I am merging @thirst4Mugs and @creativecreasesandfolds into one spanking new business - Chantal's:) The new website is also up and running, although the shops will still be in 5/5(4).

crease | fold |. is that crease is a line or mark made by folding or doubling any pliable substance; hence, a similar mark, however produced or crease can be (kris) while fold is an act of folding or fold can be a pen or enclosure for sheep or other domestic animals or fold can be (dialectal|poetic|or|obsolete) the earth; earth; land, country.

One of the things that often lets a handmade greeting card down is the way that it is folded. A crisp fold in a greeting card will make it look professional and will allow it to stand up straight when displayed. This is one part of cardmaking that often gets overlooked.

If you think of the fold as being the backbone of the card, you will realize how important it is. Crease and Fold, Sok’s Song first origami instructional book, presents a collection of models that will appeal to a broad range of interests. It features simple and elegant animals, functional objects, money folds, and modulars.

•View photographs at the end of this post•. The Mitafold produces high quality, precise photo book sections, utilizing the rule and matrix method for creasing (i.e. soft fold pocket and proper pressing after folding). With a foreword by leading paper artist Richard Sweeney, and essays by origami expert Hatori Koshiro, Paper: Tear, Fold, Rip, Crease, Cut is an elegant and insightful look at the sumptuous world of paper today.5/5(11).

Select the book you want to fold. Choose a book that has enough pages for the design you want to make. In these examples, each heart has 80 pages (40 sheets); the apple has pages (80 sheets), and the house has pages ( sheets).

This is a follow-up to the excellent book VOG: 50 Hours of Origami+ and once again features an amazing collection of origami models designed by artists from are 33 models diagramed in this book as well as 2 crease patterns.

For this Style picture you will be folding outside of the cuts Using these example cuts you will fold 0 to then to then to then finally to 21 (based on 21cm book) then use a store card or similar to flatten the fold and give a better crease.

Take the long tail of the book and fold it in line with the pages of the book. Ensure that this triangle crease is crisp. Unfold the long tail.

Book Repair; Wide Format & Signage. PSpro Wide Format Cold Laminate Film; UVpro Wide Format Low-Melt Laminate Films; Wide Format Equipment; Foamboard; Standard Horizon. Bookletmaking; Large Format Folders; Perfect Binding; Collating; Specialty Cutting / Trimming ; Graphic Whizard.

Perfect Binding; Crease and Fold; PT Creasers; Numbering; UV. Step 1) Start with a square of paper with the white side up. Fold the paper in half along the dotted line and then unfold it.

You will use this line a guide in later steps. Step 2) Fold the paper along the dotted line. It should line up with the crease you made in step 1. Step 3) Crease this well and unfold.

Step 4) Fold the paper on the other. Use a ruler or a straight edge and place it about 1/2″ from the folded edge. (This measurement can vary depending on the size of your book.) Fold all the layers to create a crease.

Turn the book over and fold the crease the other direction. This sharp crease will allow the book pages to open and close easily.

Unfold, and fold the outside edges inward (like a pamphlet or lapbook). Crease well. Unfold, and refold in half the short, fat way again. Using scissors, cut along the crease in the middle, stopping when you meet the intersection of creases (see the picture below).

Open up at the cut, and fold into a book with the cover in front. With your other hand, fold the bottom side of the paper and press it lightly. You can use a flat folder or bone folder for help with this for cleaner folds. Single Fold. Before you actually start folding the pages of your book, you should try folding ordinary paper so that you can perfect your hand at the job.Sok Songs passion for folding paper has bloomed from a hobby he taught himself from books during his childhood to an award winning origami design busine /5.Whilst it may look difficult and complicated, Cut and Fold book folding is actually very easy to do.

It can, at times, be a little fiddly and time consuming because, depending on the level of detail in a pattern, you may have to deal with very many folds per page alot of which may be of just a .