This series of models are based on a procedure of folding I came with while designing one of my first tessellations, called Red Flower Tess.
Trying to see what will happen if I start with a hexagon instead of a square, or an octagon, made me realize how much potential this model has.
In this file I try to show how easy it is to come up with new variations - by grafting, or doubling the procedure, or just by leaving some empty space in the middle of the paper.
There are 11 pages of diagrams and 6 pages of templates to print and cut polygons with 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12 sides.
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