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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • PART ONE: THE BASICS
    • Origami Definitions, Symbols, and Basic Folds
    • Important Origami Bases
  • PART TWO: THE PROJECTS
    • Lightsabers
    • Trade Federation Battleship
    • Naboo Royal Starship
    • R2-D2
    • Darth Sidious (Emperor Palpatine)
    • Anakin Skywalker's Podracer
    • Jabba the Hutt
    • Yoda
    • Armored Assault Tank
    • Naboo Starfighter
    • Vulture Droid Starfighter
    • Jango Fett and Boba Fett
    • Slave 1
    • Taun We
    • C-3PO
    • Republic Clone Trooper
    • Eta-2 Jedi Starfighter
    • Droid Tri-Fighter
    • General Grievous
    • Naboo sTar Skiff
    • Imperial Star Destroyer
    • Darth Vader
    • Princess Leia Organa
    • Luke Skywalker
    • Han Solo
    • Chewbacca
    • Jawa
    • Sandcrawler
    • Landspeeder
    • Bantha
    • The Death Star
    • Millennium Falcon
    • TIE Fighter
    • X-wing Starfighter
    • Darth Vader's TIE Advanced Fighter X1
    • Imperial Shuttle
  • INDEX
          Projects by Level of Difficulty
          Alphabetical List of Projects
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Title: Star Wars Origami: 36 Amazing Paper-folding Projects from a Galaxy Far, Far Away
Author: Chris Alexander
Format/Publication Date: TPB:2012
Publisher: Workman Publishing, NY
Page Count: 260, with
Book Dimensions(ht. x w.): 8" x 8 1/2"
ISBN: 9780761169437

SUMMARY- This book cheats a little by printing the papers with salient details for the figure it's to be folded into - you can't just use any piece of paper to make most of the figures presented. You would also have to mutilate the book to use those papers because they are bound into the back of the book and would have to be carefully cut out. I think what I'd do instead is scan the papers and reprint them separately. That way if I decided I wanted a wookie army, say, I could just dial up the number of sheets and hit the print button - but you will still destroy your binding in order to get an undistorted image scanned. That said, this is fun! The author clearly has a love of the subject matter and a good grasp of principles of origami. I didn't have any trouble following the instructions for the two figures I made.