NOA Magazine 232
- 1994 by NOA
|Skill Level||Simple to complex|
|Tinted diagrams (to show 2 sides of paper)?||Yes|
|Photos of completed models?||Yes. Beautiful photos|
|Is there indication to the model size resulting from size of starting paper?||No|
|Are the models "Pure" origami (From a single square - no cuts)?||Varies|
NOA Magazine is the monthly publication of the Japanese Origami Association. The complexity of the designs in the magazine tends to lean towards the more simple variety, but an occasional complex design is thrown into the mix.
The issues are usually centered around a theme, whether a holiday or season of the year. Most importantly, they are beautiful, with inspiring color-spreads and very high-quality diagrams.
Also see listing of all other NOA magazines in my collection.
There are 13 Origami Designs in NOA Magazine 232:
Show only designs with photos
|Santa Claus||Katsushi Nosho||4||Square|
Also in Encyclopedia of Origami for Children and Adults by Sergei Afonkin and Elena Afonkina
Also in Origami de Christmas 2
|Santa Claus with sack||Torimoto Norio||5||Square|
|Star-shaped vessel||Ishii Masato||9||Square|
|Bed||Yamanashi Akiko||22||Rectangle - 1X3|
|Rocking chair||Yamanashi Akiko||23||Square|
|Butterfly with spotted wings||Tsuda Yoshio||28||Square|
|Rose - bud||Toshikazu Kawasaki||30||Square|
Also in MFPP 1995 Convention
Also in Roses, Origami and Math by Toshikazu Kawasaki
Also in The Greatest Dream Origami by Toshikazu Kawasaki