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Origomi - Eric Gjerde's weblog on Origami & etc.

Origomi: Eric Gjerde's discussion and thoughts on origami, paperfolding, and tessellations.

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unnamed design in process, WIP, backlit


unnamed design in process, WIP, backlit
Originally uploaded by Ori-gomi.
Fooling around with some of the same folding concepts behind the star twist v2.1. interestingly enough, doing the same process with a triangle base yields odd hexagonal shapes as one grows increasingly larger.

However, so far they are overly clumsy, and multiple attempts have not found a more desirable folding method. too much extra paper on the reverse so far. time to unfold and try a different attack.

Folded the original design out of unryu, which was much more compliant for such a layered concept- this sheet of standard kami is giving up the ghost.

look for a future photoset detailing a simple method of producing wonderful tessellation paper, soon!
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