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Part I: Introducing the Magic of Paper Engineering.
Chapter 1: Unfolding the Mystery of Paper Engineering.
Chapter 2: Paper — The Essential Ingredient.
Chapter 3: Making Your Paper-Engineering Workshop Work for You.
Chapter 4: Putting Everything Together: Techniques and Safety Tips.
Part II: Going Flat Out: Commencing with Creative Paper Crafts.
Chapter 5: Whipping Up Cards and Flyers, from Classy to Crafty.
Chapter 6: Making a Pop with Your Pop-up.
Chapter 7: On the Slide: Moving Along with Tabs and Wheels.
Chapter 8: Mixing It Up! Pop-ups, Pull Tabs, and Cross-Fades, All in One.
Part III: Paper Sculpture and Animation: Adding Some 3D Life to Paper.
Chapter 9: Paper Sculpture: 3D Art from Paper or Card.
Chapter 10: Lights, Cams, Action! Having Fun with Paper Animations.
Chapter 11: Getting Past the Limitations of Paper in Your Paper Animations.
Chapter 12: Using Mechanisms to Bring Models to Life.
Part IV: Drafting Your Own Designs and Creations.
Chapter 13: Developing Your Own Designs.
Chapter 14: Using Technology to Design Your Own Projects.
Chapter 15: Making Some Extra Moolah by Selling Your Paper Creations.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 16: Ten Tips for Perfect Paper Projects.
Chapter 17: Ten Ways to Develop Your Design Skills.
Posted October 26, 2009
Posted April 21, 2009
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Let me start off by saying I did find parts of this book informative, but only because I have some experience in Pop-ups. What I found lacking was some of the illustrations were not complete of dimensions and, if a beginner, the illustrations presented were not full scale. I went on line to Rob Ives web sight with questions on some of the projects but did not receive any reply.
I would recommend the books by Paul Jackson: The Pop-up Book and Paper Pop-ups by Paul Jackson. These come with full size illustrations that can be easily copied and built.