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Learn a quick and easy tutorial on how to make an agamograph.
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How to Make an Agamographs
First, choose two images that you would like to use in your agamograph. These can be clippings from a magazine or an image you create yourself using a variety of materials. Measure and mark the back of each image into one-inch increments vertically at both the top and bottom of the paper. Draw a line connecting each of the two marks at the top and bottom. Number each section from one to eight from the images left to right.
On one of your images, add an “A” at the end of the number so that you can keep the strips separate. Measure and cut your background paper to be double the width of one of your images. Draw lines connecting the two marks. Number the divided areas to match the strips of images. For example, 1 and 1A, 2 and 2A.
Begin folding your paper all along the lines following fan fold pattern. Take one of your images and cut one of the strips off. Use glue to attach the strip to the corresponding fold of paper. Repeat this process for the rest of your strips.