Origami Cars, Trucks & Trains Kit

Origami
$14.95
Current Stock:
SKU:
9784805309896
Publisher:
Tuttle Publishing
ISBN:
9784805309896
Format:
Paperback & Kit
Date Published:
04/10/2009
Illustrations:
27 projects; 96 sheets of paper; two 32-pp. booklets
Number of Pages:
Trim Size:
14 X 7

Make fun paper model vehicles with this easy origami kit.

Origami Cars, Trucks & Trains Kit is the boxed paper craft kit that brings all the favorite modes of transportation to the world of origami design. Fast, noisy and enormous in real-life, these 3D paper models will fascinate the young and old alike. Now instead of waiting impatiently for the next train to go by, paper folders with any level of skill can craft their own origami vehicles. Use it to craft eye-catching origami for your friends, to decorate your room—or as a wonderful gift for vehicle lovers.

All of the folds are simple enough to be origami-for-kids projects and are a great way to learn origami. The origami paper in the kit already has printed patters so no paint or glue is required, just unpack and start folding right away!

This origami kit contains:
  • 2 full-colored, 32-page booklets
  • Clear step-by-step instructions
  • Easy-to-follow diagrams
  • 27 fun and original origami projects
  • 96 sheets of durable authentic origami folding paper
  • A variety of different colors and pre-printed patterns
Origami Cars, Trucks and Trains provides you this stunning collection of origami projects that will have you creating your own personal fleet in no time!

Origami projects include:
  • Bus
  • Police Car
  • Fire Truck
  • Dump Truck
  • Sports Car
  • Ambulance
  • High Speed Train
  • And many more…


About the Author:
Taro Yaguchi is the founder of Taro's Origami Studio. By profession, he is a Japanese Patent Attorney who holds offices in Tokyo, Osaka, and Philadelphia. Like all Japanese children, Taro grew up making origami at a young age, but it wasn't until he was a grown man that origami became his passion. His initial design was a paper airplane that contained his firm's information on one side and a plane design on the other. This proved so popular that he started experimenting with new folds on the long transpacific flights his business requires. Now Taro's Origami Studio has dozens of original designs of trucks, buses, cars, and trains.