Monster Origami by Duy Nguyen
  

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Monster Origami by Duy Nguyen

Here's a monstrously fun collection of spine-tingling creepy creatures, which are sure to please young fans of horror movies, novels and comics. Created by origami master Duy Nguyen - author of nearly 20 books on the subject - who carefully explains and illustrates every fold, offers advice on which paper to use, explains how to get the best results and provides suggestions for adding personal creative touches. The menagerie of menacing monsters includes a demon, alien, werewolf, vampire bat, the ever-popular Godzilla and King Ghidora - a really cool three-headed, long-necked flying lizard!

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Format

Paperback
96 pages
Interest Age: 12 and upwards

Author

Duy Nguyen
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Publication date

29th November 2007

ISBN

9781402740145


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