Article on how to publicize origami books online

I wrote an article on some ideas for publicizing origami books online. I hope this will help authors promote their books further, and thus lead to more sales. But it also gives some suggestions how each and every one of us can support the creators - not just by buying the book.
You can read it at OrigamiUSA's The Fold: http://www.origami-u...
And a big thank you to all authors and creators for all the work they put into publishing books!

Happy reading,

Recording the Video - What to Watch out For

The fourth article in my series on video diagramming is now online. This time it's all about preparing for the recording: http://www.origami-u...

Previous articles:

  1. Making Video Diagrams: A Comprehensive Guide http://www.origami-u...
  2. Asking for Permission - the Why and How http://www.origami-u...
  3. Preparing for the Recording - Materials and Insights http://www.origami-u...

Asking for Permission vs Being Asked

You will know that I am a strong supporter of asking for permission when presenting other's work. In particular, I always get permission from the designer (or the copyright holder e.g. when the designer has deceased) before I make available an instructional video. I also wrote an article for TheFold, which gives some insight into how I go about asking for permission - and how you can do so, too, if you are planning similar projects: http://www.origami-u...

Preparing for the Recording - Materials and Insights

Yes, it's that time again. I finished the third article in my series on video diagramming. This time it's all about preparing for the recording: http://www.origami-u...

Previous articles:

  1. Making Video Diagrams: A Comprehensive Guide http://www.origami-u...
  2. Asking for Permission - the Why and How http://www.origami-u...

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