## Translucent Design (CFW 55)

Images of finished model in back-light (without any actual instructions apart from the possib...

Abstract models do not directly represent any objects of the real world. Nonetheless, many can be described as representing something, for example mathematical object or abstract symbols such as letters and digits.

This page lists **folding instructions** for models of a single type. You might be interested in the models themselves instead.

Images of finished model in back-light (without any actual instructions apart from the possib...

Since folduction seems to have designed the same tessellation independently (under the name of Flowers in the Square), you ca...

Instructions for this model can be found in Shuzo Fujimoto’s books: Twist Origami I, page ...

To fold this tessellation, refer to instructions for folding a star with a single molecule. Y...

See the model’s page for a discussion of some discrepancies related to this model I noticed i...

This model can be found in Shuzo Fujimoto’s books, but only in the form of pictures of finish...

This model can be found in Shuzo Fujimoto’s books, but only in the form of pictures of finish...

This model can be found in Shuzo Fujimoto’s books, but only in the form of pictures of finish...

Instructions for this model (along with optional ribbon for a...

A crease pattern can be found on Robert Lang’s site. It can be constructed by pure origami methods and is relatively simple t...

The phototutorial below starts from a hexagon with an 8×8×8 grid. Folded this way, the model has several unnecessary creases ...

This model can be found in Shuzo Fujimoto’s books, but only as pictures of the finished model...

This model can be found in Shuzo Fujimoto’s books, but only in the form of pictures of finish...

Hints This model is the same as a level-2 Lucky Star Fractal except it is folded starting fro...

Instructions for this model were published Shuzo Fujimoto’s books listed below, though they a...

Crease Pattern The Crease Pattern for this model can be found in Shuzo Fujimoto’s books: Introduction to Creative Playing ...

Instructions for this tessellation can be found in Shuzo Fujimoto’s books: Twist Origami II, pages 26-27: basic step-by-st...

Step-by-step instructions for this model can be found in Shuzo Fujimoto’s books: Twist Ori...

This model can be found in Shuzo Fujimoto’s books, but only in the form of pictures of finish...

Books Images of the finished model, shown in back-light, appeared in Fujimoto’s books (withou...

This model can be found in Shuzo Fujimoto’s books: Twist Origami I, page 7 Introduction to Creative Playing with Origami...

Crease Pattern Crease Patttern (CP) and Precrease Pattern (PreCP) can be found in my presenta...

This model can be found in Shuzo Fujimoto’s books, but it’s just pictures of finished model and information about the startin...

Instructions for this model were published in Quadrato Magico #132, pages 43-48.

This model is folded from a bronze rectangle (1:√3). Instructions can be found in following books by Fujimoto, and start with...

This model can be found in Shuzo Fujimoto’s books, but it’s just pictures of finished model a...

Instructions for this model can be found in Shuzo Fujimoto’s books: Introduction to Creati...

Instructions for this model can be found in Shuzo Fujimoto’s books: Twist Origami I, page ...

Instructions for this model can be found in Shuzo Fujimoto’s books: Solid Origami, page 11...

In print Instructions for this variant can be found in: Hydrangea folding (あじさい折りおりがみ) by Shuzo Fujimoto (posth.), ISBN 97...

This being a traditional model, you can find instructions for folding it in many books and lots of places online. The diagram...

Instructions for the model were published in Fujimoto’s books, Twist Origami II (page 52), and Twist Folding (page 56, additi...

The phototutorial below shows how to fold the model. Most folds do not have exact reference folds, and you have to guess wher...

Instructions for this variant can be found in Hydrangea folding (あじさい折りおりがみ) by Shuzo Fujimoto (posth.), ISBN 9784416617274, ...

Instructions for the model were published in many books and magazines, including: Introduction to Creative Playing with Or...

A box decorated with a molecule of Whirlwind Tessellation Precreased sheet ...

This design is a fractal extension of the regular Whirlwind Tessellation, which uses an 8×8 grid. The fractal molecule is fol...

Phototutorial 1. Pinch center of bottom edge and pivot upper-right corner around upper-left corner till it meets the p...

Tessellation of molecules from 14×14 grid each Molecule from 30×30 grid ...

A Crease Pattern along with some information about this model was published in The Paper #137 (available in print and online...

Instructions Step-by-step instructions can be found in the Bauhaus Foundation Course instructional booklet by Eric Gjerde, an...

You can fold this tessellation based on instructions for folding a single molecule. There is also a video tutorial by Sara Ad...

Instructions There are two main ways of folding this model. When folding from a grid, one can...

Precreased sheet Instructions for the model were published in The Fold (Issue 66,...

Miura-Ori, also known by the names Herringbone Tessellation and Zig-Zag Corrugation, is one of the best known origami corruga...

A CP was published in BOS Magazine #321 (published by the British Origami Society), page 12. It also appeared in Konvensi Ori...

For this model, only a picture of a hand-drawn crude CP which...

Below you can find a precrease pattern and a photo tutorial of the collapse (for a clean fold). The model is designed around ...

Star Ananke has many variants, most of them just minor changes in the folding process but affecting the look of the final model.

Similar models on other sites Robin Glynn’s 6-pointed modular star is a design almost identical to Star Ananke variant D: it differs only by having the littl...

Below you can find instructio...

Galen White prepared a crease pattern for this model, available from his google drive.

Below you can find a precrease pattern and pictures of the collapse. This sequence shows the clean precrease which you get wi...

A crease pattern was published in CDO Convention Book 2018 (Convention Book of Italian Origami Convention).

In Origami Pass app Instructions for this model (CP and phototutorial) are available via Origami Pass.

Instructions were published in Le Pli 149 (2/2018).

Free PDF Instructions for this model are available in GGO Stay at Home and Fold Origami PDF (page 98).

A crease pattern was published in Origami Box of the Ultimate Origami Convention 2017.

Modified version used as a modular

Instructions for this model are available in GGO Stay at Home and Fold Origami PDF (page 92).

You can find folding instructions for the Hydrangea (including a number of variants) in Fujim...

A CP was published in BOS Magazine #298 (published by the British Origami Society), page 4.

Instructions were published in Convention Book of 17th Outdoor Origami Meeting (2018).

Videotutorial Evan Zodl prepared a videotutorial for this model.

There is a video tutorial (Part 1, Part 2) for this model, made by Sara Adams.

There is a video tutorial about Clover Folding, made by Sara Adams.

This is a relatively simple tessellation which should be suitable even for beginners. Despite the simplicity, with a bit of shaping, it can look quite nice.

Sheet precreased for folding this model Instructions were published in Convention...

Crease patterns are available as a single PNG image. Apart from the CP of a single molecule, it also shows the two main layouts: the symmetric one with two m...

In order to fold this model, you can follow instructions for the single molecule. You can use...

In order to fold this model, you can follow, with minor modification, instructions for the fr...

For folding Hydrangea Icosahedron (and many other shapes as well), you can just follow the instructions for Hydrangeaa Cube, ...

The idea of connecting several Hydrangeas occurred independently to me and earlier to Meenakshi Mukerji. If you do not yet kn...

The second image shows the three steps used for constructing the pre-crease pattern for my Sh...

Clover Folding Lookalike looks very similar to Fujimoto’s Clover Folding but has a significantly different structure.

Instructions were published in the 14th Bulletin of Polish Origami Society (2016), page 60.

Instructions for the model were published in the BOS Convention Book 2017 (50th anniversary convention of British Origami Soc...

In print Pictures of this design can be found in Shuzo Fujimoto’s Invitation to Creative Playing with Origami (創造する折り紙遊びへの招待)...

This model is based around Square Interlace Tessellation so you can use instructions for that model as a starting point.

General This model is based around Square Interlace Tessellation so you can use instructions ...

A video tutorial for the model is available on YouTube.

You can fold this design based on instructions for the Celtic Cross model. Use that model’s CP and just extract the top part ...

My instructions Instructions are available as a single PNG image: PNG

This tessellation is closely related to my Propellers Tessellation and you get the latter as ...

As the name implies, in the center of the molecule is a Bird ...

You can find the CP and basic folding instructions in the files linked below. Several variants of this tessellation are possi...

A crease pattern and basic collapse instructions for my Propellers Tessellation were published in The Fold (membership requir...

This tessellation can be used for creating pixel images representing arbitrary pictures.

To fold this model, use a strip with about 1:15 proportions and fold notches according to CLU instructions. Make two notches ...

You can find the CP and basic folding instructions in the files linked below.

This tessellation is closely related to Ninja Star Tessellation and you get the latter as one of the intermediate steps when ...

Below you can find a CP with folding tips. The CP is quite simple, so even if you have little experience, you should be able ...

Below you can find a CP with folding tips. The CP is quite simple, so even if you have little experience, you should be able ...

There is a videotutorial by Paper Kawaii, showing practically the same model as mine. Compared to the video, my model uses a ...

Instructions for this model are available in an OrigamiUSA article which also contains very interesting details about this mo...

Introduction and folding instructions online and in print Robert J. Lang’s Makalu (Six Intersecting Pentagons) is an interest...

Super-Pineapple Tessellation is my extended (and much more complex) variant of Ilan Garibi’s Pineapple Tessellation.

This is a molecule I came up with independently with many other designers. By itself, it is not very interesting, but it make...

Hexagonal version Octagonal version This is a simple model which can ...

A Crease Pattern was published in Techno Origami, book of 15th Origami Outdoor Meeting.

This is a model independently designed by me and other people, including Matt Humberstone who published a Crease Pattern of h...

You can use this model to print your name on it (templates available below) and put it on your desk or for adding descriptions to your models at an origami c...

Front side Bumpy Octahedron is folded from a single sheet of 2:1 paper. Each face is decorated with a sunken tria...

Introduction and folding instructions on author’s page Gasherbrum (Four Interesecting Triangles) is one of the models in Hima...

Introduction and folding instructions on author’s page Annapurna (Ten Interesecting Triangles) is one of the models in Himala...

Instructions for the model were published in Meenakshi Mukerji’s book, Marvelous Modular Origami, on page 54.

Instructions for folding the model are available online.

Instructions for the model were published in Meenakshi Mukerji’s book, Marvelous Modular Origami, on page 30.

Instructions for the model were published in Meenakshi Mukerji’s book, Marvelous Modular Origami, on page 18.

Tom Hull’s folding instructions Five Intersecting Tetrahedra (FIT), designed by Thomas Hull, is probably the most popular mod...

Diagrams for this model are available online.

Instructions for folding the model are available online.

Instructions for folding the model are available online.

Model diagrams are available online.