ill write a hub about it i just recently made a modular origami swan took me 20 hours to make.
I learned mostly on the internet. All my hubs are on this topic (origami).
There are some really fun, great and easy books to get a person started. I bought a couple of books that came with paper. Great fun.
Books or the internet. If you're a visual learning youtube would have some step by step videos.
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