It was a genuine pleasure to be involved in this book. Yes, there’s folding in it, but it *isn’t* an origami book, my first as such! It’s a collection of exciting designs to cut out and glue together to form things that flex. Flexagons were first introduced in a column written by Martin Gardner for Scientific American.
The assembly diagrams certainly tested by modest 3D illustration skills and I even managed to create one I think is actually original, a “hexa-flipper! This book contains:
• A brief introduction on the history of hexaflexagons
• Instructions on how to make 13 different fun flexagon models
• 40 pages of easy tear-out pages with pieces to assemble your hexaflexagons
The patterns were created in America by Alexandra Rice and are simple yet stylish.
Skyhorse Publishing ISBN: 9781944686109
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