Horrorgami: Creepy Creatures, Ghastly Ghouls, and Other Fiendish Paper Projects

Horrorgami: Creepy Creatures, Ghastly Ghouls, and Other Fiendish Paper Projects

by Chris Marks
     
 

If you thought origami was just about making peaceful cranes, flowers, and sailboats, you’re in for a wicked treat. Horrorgami is a new and dark way to look at the once gentle art of paper folding.

Follow simple step-by-step instructions for creating 25 creepy creatures like evil witches, ghoulish goblins, sinister skulls, fearsome fangs,

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Overview

If you thought origami was just about making peaceful cranes, flowers, and sailboats, you’re in for a wicked treat. Horrorgami is a new and dark way to look at the once gentle art of paper folding.

Follow simple step-by-step instructions for creating 25 creepy creatures like evil witches, ghoulish goblins, sinister skulls, fearsome fangs, Frankenstein’s Monster, and more. Also included is level of difficulty for each project, a glossary of fiendish folds and tips, paper-sourcing ideas, twelve 6x6-inch origami papers, how-to illustrations, and a fun full-color design throughout.

Editorial Reviews

When we see ghoulish creatures in movies, they scare us, but when they materialize as craft creations, they just seem adorable. Serving as Exhibit A in that thesis is Chris Marks' new collection of fiend and monster origami projects. Horrorgami wins special credit for making a staid art-form both more challenging and more amusing. Goblins, witches, and the undead have never been more fun.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780762445394
Publisher:
Running Press Book Publishers
Publication date:
07/31/2012
Edition description:
Original
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
491,474
Product dimensions:
6.60(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.50(d)

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Meet the Author

Chris Marks grew up in the northeast of England. Throughout a varied career that has included advertising, graphic design, paper engineering, and writing, he has consistently been experimenting with folded paper designs that scare his friends witless. He is the author of Barfbag Origami, among others. Chris lives on the English Riviera.

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