Origami Tanteidan Magazine 139
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Origami Tanteidan Magazine 139: A Review
Origami Tanteidan Magazine is a bi-monthly publication by the Japan Origami Academic Society (JOAS) that features diagrams, articles, essays, and reports on various aspects of origami. The magazine is aimed at advanced origami enthusiasts who want to learn more about the art and science of paper folding. In this article, we will review the contents of issue 139, which was published in May 2013.
The magazine contains four diagrams for origami models by different designers. The first one is a realistic crab by Jason Ku, which uses a 22.5 degree grid and has a lot of details such as claws, legs, and eyes. The second one is a modular cake with strawberries by Kawasaki Toshikazu, which consists of six units that form a hexagonal ring. The third one is a chopstick envelope with a maple leaf motif by Inayoshi Hidehisa, which is a simple but elegant model that can be used to wrap chopsticks or other items. The fourth one is a crease pattern for a motorcycle by Itagaki Yuichi, which is a complex model that requires some shaping and sculpting.
The magazine also contains several articles on various topics related to origami. The first one is a close-up interview with Komatsu Hideo, a renowned origami artist who specializes in animal models. He talks about his inspiration, his techniques, and his philosophy of origami. The second one is a column by Kasahara Kunihiko, a pioneer of origami mathematics and puzzles. He discusses the question of why we use square paper for origami and what other shapes can be used. The third one is a book review by Mitani Jun, a professor of computer science and origami. He introduces the book \"An Encyclopaedia of Paper Craft Techniques (Vols. 1-2)\" by Kawai Atsuko and Kawai Kazuo, which covers various methods of manipulating paper such as cutting, folding, curling, weaving, and more. The fourth one is a history of the Origami Science Mathematics Education (OSME) conferences by Miura Koryo, a professor of aerospace engineering and origami. He traces the development of OSME from its inception in 1989 to its latest edition in 2010.
The magazine also features three essays by different authors who share their thoughts and opinions on origami. The first one is by Nishikawa Seiji, an origami designer and lawyer. He writes about the issue of origami copyrights and how they affect the origami community. The second one is by Fuse Tomoko, an origami artist and author. She writes about her experience of attending the Origami Deutschland (OD) and Mouvement FranÃais des Plieurs de Papier (MFPP) conventions in 2013 and how they inspired her to create new models. The third one is by Ikeda Hitoshi, an origami teacher and therapist. He writes about how he uses origami as a tool of communication with his students and clients.
The magazine also includes several reports on origami events that took place around the world. The first one is by Heinz Strobl, an origami artist and organizer. He reports on the 13th Origami Tanteidan Kansai Convention that was held in Osaka in March 2013. He describes the workshops, exhibitions, lectures, and contests that took place during the event. The second one is by Kashiwamura Takuro, an origami artist and reporter. He reports on the Association des Enseignants de Pliage de Papier (AEP) Convention that was held in Lyon in April 2013. He highlights the guests, activities, and atmosphere of the convention.
Origami Tanteidan Magazine 139 is a rich and diverse issue that offers something for everyone who loves origami. Whether you are interested in diagrams, articles, essays, or reports, you will find something to enjoy and learn from in this magazine. You can subscribe to Origami Tanteidan Magazine through the JOAS website[^2^] or buy individual issues from online aa16f39245