Origami Basics: Diagrams, Folding and You.
Taught by Daniel
Daniel is Science person turned Design Person. He used to study Physics, then escaped to run a Bio Lab in a Museum. Then he escaped again and went to design school. Now he designs interfaces for devices that have screens.
He occasionally muses about design things on a blog read only by his closest friends. He has lived in two zip codes.
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This is a different Origami class...rather that teach you a bunch of models you might forget, we're going to teach you how to read origami.
Origami can be challenging. It's a 3D experience, but most books are 2D. Together, we'll learn the language of origami diagrams and decode all your origami books - so bring them along, if you have them.
We'll cover diagramming basics as well as making step folds (a great way to remember models). When we're done, you'll be able to tackle your origami projects, on your own!
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