Individuals in this category might be considered origami artists and have their work entered in competitions and showcased at art shows and in art galleries. It is amazing at just what can be created with origami. Learning the art of origami should certainly begin with basic projects. Reading books for origami beginners can be a great help. Small paper dragons, pigs, rabbits and tigers become chop stick (or knife) rests, or attach them to your place cards for a decorative touch that your guests can take with them. Picnics: A large plastic cloth can be folded into a picnic basket then unfolded and used as a tablecloth or picnic blanket when you are ready to dine. Let the child express what he thinks of his piece. Everyone has different taste and opinions as to what is nice. 10. Children and abstract forms don't always mix well. If it helps to let them color or paint faces on their animals - let them! Some tips for beginners - pick a well lighted relaxing area to work in, start with simple figures and work your way up (some figures will have both simple and advanced instructions for the same animal). Modern origamists prefer to use the pure single sheet origami. Using only Origami paper, no glue, and no scissors. Using more than one sheet of paper is acceptable only if all the sheets of paper were the same size and no glue was used in the process. In the 50's and 60's a group comprised of creators and folders established and international origami group to promote the popularity of origami. Just unfold the packaging to form the base of the chair, add the cushions and covers that are packed inside and your chair is ready for use with nothing that has to be thrown out or recycled. Buildings: Fumihiko Maki designed the Kirishima International Concert Hall. This hall was built using the architect's trademark brushed silver surfaces and was located on a secluded mountain site. This is a great hobby for children to be involved it. It helps them develop reading and writing skills, teaches them about sequencing, as well as teaching them to concentrate, be patient, be attentive and use their imagination. Because children tend to change their minds quite often, choosing origami as a hobby is a smart choice since it is relatively inexpensive.