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By Nobuyoshi Enomoto
Origami Playtime publication 1 Animals includes 15 colourful, ready-to-fold origami for kids.
You'll fold cats, canine, birds, fish, frogs, and lots of different superb creatures.
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T TIP In this example, I stitched only the pupil and not the iris. I liked the glint in the boy’s eye and thought it would look best unstitched. This is something you learn by trial and error. Highlights I always leave the glint of highlight (a white spot in the eye that is a reflection of light) in the eye unstitched. In the dog’s eye, the highlights are very soft. They almost match the luminescence in the white of the eye. Filling the highlight with a white thread will confuse the viewer. Detail from student work of B Bear (see full quilt, page 95) 44 THREAD STORIES The elderly woman in the quilt detail at right has a highlight that is more typical of most photographs.
Filling the highlight with a white thread will confuse the viewer. Detail from student work of B Bear (see full quilt, page 95) 44 THREAD STORIES The elderly woman in the quilt detail at right has a highlight that is more typical of most photographs. This is a clear bright light in the eye that needs to be left alone. This light gives the eye a shimmer that creates a spark of interest that is critical to the success of the portrait. It is also interesting to note that the old woman has cataracts.
But I’m starting the explanation of the treatment of skin with her because it is very easy to see the basic blending steps. I recommend that you start making thread portraits using photos of older men and women. It takes time to learn the intricacies of thread painting, and with faces of the elderly you can make mistakes and still have a naturallooking result. Okay, deep breath. Here you go. BLENDING SKIN TONES 49 2. This next step is scary—adding the next-darkest color. It seems as though the girl’s skin will be too dark and orange, but trust me.
Origami Playtime: Animals: 15 Colorful, Ready-to-fold Origami for Kids by Nobuyoshi Enomoto