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This highly practical release coversthan 70 different techniues and teaches designers how to make such works through step by step examples and a CD containing pre designed folding patterns Computer Arts Folding Techniues for Designers is a practical handbook written by an expert in paper folding and origami with specially commissioned step by step drawings and photographs clearly explaining over 70 folding techniues Many if not most designers use folding techniues in their work to make 3D forms from 2D sheets of fabric cardboard plastic metal and many other materials This uniue book explains the key techniues of folding such as pleated surfaces curved folding and crumpling It has applications for architects product designers and jewelry and fashion designers Folding Techniues for Designers explains over 70 different folds explained with clear step by step drawings crease pattern drawings and specially commissioned photography All crease pattern drawings are available to view and download at laurencekingcom Author Paul Jackson has releasedthan 30 books on paper arts and crafts He has taught the techniues of folding onthan 150 university level design courses in the UK Germany Belgium the US Canada and Israel These include courses of Architecture Graphic Design Fashion Design Textile Design Jewelry Product Design Packaging Ceramics Industrial Design Fine Art Basic Design and Interior Design From the introduction All designers fold That is all designers crease pleat bend hem gather knot hinge corrugate drape twist furl crumple collapse wrinkle facet curve or wrap two dimensional sheets of material and by these processes of folding create three dimensional objects These objects will perhaps not be origami like in appearance or the folding may only be a detail but most will nevertheless have been folded wholly or in part in some way Since almost all objects are made from sheet materials such as fabric plastic sheet metal or cardboard or are fabricated from components used to make sheet forms such as bricks a brick wall is a sheet form folding can be considered one of the most common of all design techniues And yet despite being so ubiuitous folding as a design topic is rarely studied Perhaps this is because the folded content in a designed object is often unrecognized or merely incidental or because folding is synonymous with origami with brightly colored suares and children's hobbycrafts an image of origami now several decades out of date Folding is rarely an inspiration for designers At least that is how it used to be In recent yearsanddesigners of all disciplines have turned to folding to create a wide range of handmade and manufactured objects both functional and decorative A little time spent looking through design and style magazines will reveal a significant number of folded products from apparel to lighting and from architecture to jewelry Origami is one of the most vibrant buzzwords in contemporary design Paul JacksonThis highly practical release coversthan 70 different techniues and teaches designers how to make such works through step by step examples and a CD containing pre designed folding patterns Computer Arts Folding Techniues for Designers is a practical handbook written by an expert in paper folding and origami with specially commissioned step by step drawings and photographs clearly explaining over 70 folding techniues Many if not most designers use folding techniues in their work to make 3D forms from 2D sheets of fabric cardboard plastic metal and many other materials This uniue book explains the key techniues of folding such as pleated surfaces curved folding and crumpling It has applications for architects product designers and jewelry and fashion designers Folding Techniues for Designers explains over 70 different folds explained with clear step by step drawings crease pattern drawings and specially commissioned photography All crease pattern drawings are available to view and download at laurencekingcom Author Paul Jackson has releasedthan 30 books on paper arts and crafts He has taught the techniues of folding onthan 150 university level design courses in the UK Germany Belgium the US Canada and Israel These include courses of Architecture Graphic Design Fashion Design Textile Design Jewelry Product Design Packaging Ceramics Industrial Design Fine Art Basic Design and Interior Design From the introduction All designers fold That is all designers crease pleat bend hem gather knot hinge corrugate drape twist furl crumple collapse wrinkle facet curve or wrap two dimensional sheets of material and by these processes of folding create three dimensional objects These objects will perhaps not be origami like in appearance or the folding may only be a detail but most will nevertheless have been folded wholly or in part in some way Since almost all objects are made from sheet materials such as fabric plastic sheet metal or cardboard or are fabricated from components used to make sheet forms such as bricks a brick wall is a sheet form folding can be considered one of the most common of all design techniues And yet despite being so ubiuitous folding as a design topic is rarely studied Perhaps this is because the folded content in a designed object is often unrecognized or merely incidental or because folding is synonymous with origami with brightly colored suares and children's hobbycrafts an image of origami now several decades out of date Folding is rarely an inspiration for designers At least that is how it used to be In recent yearsanddesigners of all disciplines have turned to folding to create a wide range of handmade and manufactured objects both functional and decorative A little time spent looking through design and style magazines will reveal a significant number of folded products from apparel to lighting and from architecture to jewelry Origami is one of the most vibrant buzzwords in contemporary design Paul JacksonThis highly practical release coversthan 70 different techniues and teaches designers how to make such works through step by step examples and a CD containing pre designed folding patterns Computer Arts Folding Techniues for Designers is a practical handbook written by an expert in paper folding and origami with specially commissioned step by step drawings and photographs clearly explaining over 70 folding techniues Many if not most designers use folding techniues in their work to make 3D forms from 2D sheets of fabric cardboard plastic metal and many other materials This uniue book explains the key techniues of folding such as pleated surfaces curved folding and crumpling It has applications for architects product designers and jewelry and fashion designers Folding Techniues for Designers explains over 70 different folds explained with clear step by step drawings crease pattern drawings and specially commissioned photography All crease pattern drawings are available to view and download at laurencekingcom Author Paul Jackson has releasedthan 30 books on paper arts and crafts He has taught the techniues of folding onthan 150 university level design courses in the UK Germany Belgium the US Canada and Israel These include courses of Architecture Graphic Design Fashion Design Textile Design Jewelry Product Design Packaging Ceramics Industrial Design Fine Art Basic Design and Interior Design From the introduction All designers fold That is all designers crease pleat bend hem gather knot hinge corrugate drape twist furl crumple collapse wrinkle facet curve or wrap two dimensional sheets of material and by these processes of folding create three dimensional objects These objects will perhaps not be origami like in appearance or the folding may only be a detail but most will nevertheless have been folded wholly or in part in some way Since almost all objects are made from sheet materials such as fabric plastic sheet metal or cardboard or are fabricated from components used to make sheet forms such as bricks a brick wall is a sheet form folding can be considered one of the most common of all design techniues And yet despite being so ubiuitous folding as a design topic is rarely studied Perhaps this is because the folded content in a designed object is often unrecognized or merely incidental or because folding is synonymous with origami with brightly colored suares and children's hobbycrafts an image of origami now several decades out of date Folding is rarely an inspiration for designers At least that is how it used to be In recent yearsanddesigners of all disciplines have turned to folding to create a wide range of handmade and manufactured objects both functional and decorative A little time spent looking through design and style magazines will reveal a significant number of folded products from apparel to lighting and from architecture to jewelry Origami is one of the most vibrant buzzwords in contemporary design Paul Jackson