Hands and threads

Everyone knows how to do at least one of these forms. A simple but also interesting play of children, that as an adult I still love because of the complexity it encloses: precise hand movements, visualization and essentialness.

This form is part of a collection that the japanese Tanoshii Ayatori published together with other forms like cats, pigs, bridges, trees, butterflies, stairs, houses, rivers and more.

If someone is interested to do "the mouse with a broom", please follow the instructions:

A good example of instruction design even if its in a language that I cannot read -yet.

First published by Gakken Co., Ltd., Tokyo, 2006.


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