Go back to the days when dinosaurs ruled the earth with How to Make Paper Dinosaurs, the great origami book containing 25 prehistoric paper-folding projects to sink your teeth into.
With big dinosaurs, small ones, ocean-dwellers, and high flyers, there are origami projects here to entertain any dino lover. Try your hand at the flying Pteranodon or fold one of the largest land animals that ever existed, the Apatosaurus. From the Cretaceous period you can make the king of dinosaurs, the Tyrannosaurus Rex, and from the Jurassic age comes the spiny Stegosaurus.
Every project has simple step-by-step instructions and clear photographs, as well as helpful arrows showing you where to fold. Each design is allocated a skill rating—start with an easy one and once you’ve mastered that move on to something a bit more challenging. The book includes 50 specially designed pieces of origami paper so you can start folding right away.
Hiroaki Takai is a master of origami, running several websites dedicated to folding all kinds of amazing objects. He has a particular passion for dinosaurs and loves the challenge of making models of the latest archaeological discoveries. The author is based in Japan.