Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Maurice Mathon is a crafter who lives in France. download Pop-Up Cards and Invitations: Read 11 Books Reviews - site. com. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Paul Jackson is the author of over 30 books on paper arts Introducing techniques for making pop-ups from one sheet of card, the third title in this series on paper engineering takes folding techniques into. There are totally 14 patterns of Origamic Architecture in the Assorted Pop-up Cards (Volume 2) ebook. You can make your own pop-up handcrafts today! Simply.
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POP-UP CARDS EBOOK VOL. 2 (Origamic Architecture). He is a developer of pop-up cards and foldable artworks made from paper and cardboard. On his website you'll find some great templates to. Apart from this pop-up cards ebook, please have the following materials prepared beforehand to proceed the handcrafting: ✧ Card paper (A4 or Letter- size.
Then you should definitely take a look at the following websites where you can find many templates to make your own pop-ups. Templates by paper engineers Robert Sabuda Robert Sabuda is one of the biggest names in pop-up culture and must-have pop-up book authors. He offers a big variety of print-ready pop-up templates on his website where you can choose from both easy and difficult pop-ups. View Templates. Matthew Reinhart Matthew Reinhart is a Paper Engineer and pop-up book creator who is best known for his advanced and outstanding paper engineering. David A.
Kyle asked some probing questions: 1.
What changes have you seen in pop-up books during the last 2 years in the Great Recession? Robert: Having 5 million books in print, Robert told the group of his experience with traditional publishers.
Monika: Monika has also observed publishers bringing down their price points by decreasing pop-up spreads from 12 to 8. Further, lowering prices has been hampered by increased Chinese wages, labor shortages, and rising material costs. Book buyers are ordering smaller quantities and being more selective, depending more on test markets.
What do you see as the future of traditional pop-up books and cards in this digital age of eBooks? For some holidays, like Christmas, spending more on books and cards is acceptable and may replace a gift. Ellen: There are quite successful pop-up apps already out. The website www. Charlotte Johnson, sitting in the audience, held up the digital book she created with it. Having seen tablet ads targeting young children, I conceded that every child would sooner or later have one.
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I added paper pop-ups will remain in the toy, education, and artist book realms partially due to the nostalgia factor. With the gradual but steady demise of bookstores, especially independent ones, how will collectors find pop-up books and cards?
Increasingly, I find my books on-line, in catalogs, or in unlikely places, like the clothing store, Anthropology, where I found the Meggendorfer Prize candidate, Paper Blossoms.
In terms of eBook pricing litigation, how has that affected your work, Robert? The unique situation of publishers accepting returned unsold books further depresses their bottom line.
Tech savvy groups will become publishers. Monika: Jumping Jack Press treads carefully when considering eBooks not knowing what the return might be. What is the one thing our group can do to reach and inspire the next generation of paper engineers? Monika: She gave kudos to Robert for training so many interns and sending them out into the world to create their own books.
Monika suggested broadcasting ones passion for pop-ups with lectures, workshops, and exhibits in galleries to keep the industry vibrant. She encouraged librarians to promote pop-ups with speakers and exhibits. Edison Talk about flipping a switch.
Here is where the membership got to hear Jie Qi, who gave a mini-presentation last night. Her The Fine Art of Electronics would electrify the room.
She taught herself to make pop-ups, applied programmable chips to magnets and put magnets on the pages. Flowers opened, Cityscapes lit up. Octopi swam. A Venus flytrap grabbed at its stimulant. You could hear the sudden intake of our breaths. She used: touch sensors that played Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star; muscle memory wire that made real butterfly wings flutter; conductive paint and no wires to make LED lights glitter in a laser-cut NYC skyline.
With the use of a breath sensor, blowing on the dandelions aglow with yellow LED lights caused their seeds to scatter gracefully outward, dispersing white sparkles, like little fireflies.
A real butterfly, wired for animation Another work of art was of hanging paper strips embedded with motion-detecting wire. Jie was able to explain all this to us in the most basic language. She would like to write a guidebook to her techniques.
Her website is technolojie. MBS came short of giving Jie a standing ovation. Edison Jie is a tough act to follow but not for Andy Baron, referred to in earlier times as The Wunderkind. His presentation covered the production of the pop-up annual report for the Acuity Insurance Company of Sheboygan, WI. There are pop-up annual reports. They are very rare and special. Andy had to work closely with Boyd who had no pop-up illustrating experience.
Cut and Fold Techniques for Pop-Up Designs by Paul Jackson Publication Date: This ebook covers a variety of techniques for making pop-ups and all of the designs can be made from one sheet of card. Each chapter introduces a new technical idea and show how that technique can be adapted in many different ways, or combined with techniques from earlier chapters. It is written for an audience of graphic designers, so many of the projects are fairly simple to allow for the addition of printed graphics.
J33 J Undergrad Library Folio Publication Date: Covering , and degree pop-ups, this book presents step-by-step instructions and ideas for over cross-curricular themes, from cityscapes to magical creatures. It also offers advice on how to teach these techniques in the classroom, including an index of thematic content, and offers advice for ensuring that learners of all ages can develop and progress their skills. K86 Undergrad Library Publication Date: This book contains over 50 projects for card designs that pop up, move, and spin.
Designs cover a range of occasions from birthdays, baby announcements, and get-well wishes to Easter, Halloween, and Christmas.
Each project is presented through photographs, clear step-by-step instructions, detailed diagrams, and templates. Call Number: J Wickings SILS Library Workroom Publication Date: A beginner level intro to making pop-ups, this book guides you through basic folds and techniques, including angle folds, parallel folds, spirals and noisemakers.
It includes a sample pop-up robot showing how those techniques may be used.