Corrugations


More restrictive types: abstract corrugation-tessellation, abstract corrugation, figurative corrugation, origami-first design corrugation

There is no universally accepted definition of an origami corrugation, but the one I like to use says that a corrugation is an origami model which has just a single layer of paper “in most places”. While not very precise, it gives a good idea of what a corrugation looks and behaves like.

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

Monument Valley Corrugation

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

Shark Teeth Corrugation

Shark Teeth Corrugation

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

Epiphany II

Epiphany II

Folding this model is about as simple as it gets: Start with a square or rectangular piece of paper. Pleat into 32-nds (if...