Published: 1993 by Gallery Origami House
Out of print
|Skill Level :||Complex|
|Tinted diagrams (to show 2 sides of paper)?||Yes|
|Photos of completed models?||
Color photos on the front
and back covers. (No photos in
Is there indication to the model size resulting
from size of starting paper?
|Are the models "Pure" origami (From square - no cuts)?||The skeleton is multi piece|
There is also an English version of this booklet - by the Canadian publisher "Origami Maple":
Published: 1993 by Origami Maple
The English version includes ONLY the skeleton's diagrams, and not the "live" T-Rex.
This is a fantastic little book, dedicated only to 2 models - a "fleshy"
T-Rex, and a full skeleton of this dinosaur.
This book will get the purists to start folding multi-piece models!
While folded from 21 squares - they are all the same size, and designed to hold together by folding only (although I would suggests a drop of glue for support here and there).
The model is not easy, with the tail bones being the hardest, but still quite doable.
The instructions come complete with positioning and stand-building suggestions.
|Model||Creator||Notes||Photo (click for larger image)|
|Tyrannosaurus skeleton||Issei Yoshino||From 21 squares|
Very nice, not included
in the English version of this book.
Also published in Issei Super Complex Origami
and in Origami Tanteidan Magazine #4