designed by Eric Gjerde
Rhombic Flowers (Eric Gjerde)
Two days ago Eric did something very naughty. He wrote:
Stacked Triangles (Eric Gjerde)
Some time ago I started this tessellation, and didn't have time to finish it. I'd only done the grid and the first rabbit-ear triangle sink fold. I had a hard time figuring out how to do that one. Today I decided to complete it, and thankfully I immediately got how to do the rabbit-ear triangle sink fold, and after some fiddling this is the result. The pictures shows the model from both sides. Given the name, I'd say the right one is the front view, and also the side I think I prefer. But with tessellations you can always decide which side you like best.
Open-Back Hexagon Twist (Eric Gjerde)
This model is still listed as one of the beginner's projects, but I did find it a bit more challenging than the previous ones. Also, I first folded it with transparent paper, and I didn't like the effect as much. And then there remains the question - which is back, and which is front? I prefer this side of the model, for a front view check https://www.flickr.com/photos/30755467@N04/3284221806/.
Paper: 19.5cm square of stiff paper, 115gsm