Lucky Star Tessellation

Model
…/2f1B6dv …/2dYLijQ …/2dHeLkX …/2e4fRzb …/Rqqsi4 …/BuiexfCD6Vz/ …/But10NfjlIY/ …/BuyUPlXDoWk/ …/Bu6uDLijPHc/ …/Bu_4plFDnPg/ …/1264286823737163 …/1267209893444856 …/1268361503329695 …/1270592893106556 …/1271725942993251 …/1102116738521616386 …/1103716555165188102 …/1104345676870311936 …/1105528704376164352 …/1106255779332587523
Folding instructions: Lucky Star Tessellation, Lucky Star Fractal Tessellation
Related posts: John Gerard’s Hand-Made Abaca and Flax Paper Review
Main model description: Lucky Star Fractal Tessellation
Other folds and variants: Lucky Star Box, Lucky Star Box (Simplified), Lucky Star Fractal
Paper: Hand-Made Paper (John Gerard’s abaca and flax paper)
Type: classic tessellation, tessellated stars (implies: abstract, geometric, pattern, star, symbol, abstract periodic tessellation, non-recursive periodic tessellation, periodic tessellation, tessellation)
Author: Haligami (Halina Rościszewska-Narloch), Michał Kosmulski (independent design)
Colors: blue
In albums: Lucky Star Family, Models designed by me and by others, Showcase, Tessellation Examples

Front Close-up of a single molecule Close-up of molecule variant Front, viewed at an angle Back, viewed at an angle
Images are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License

This is a tessellation of the molecule which I first used in Lucky Star Box and which I later extended into Lucky Star Fractal. As I learned after the fact, the fractal version of the molecule molecule had been independently designed by several others before me, starting with Shuzo Fujimoto. Halina Rościszewska Narloch (Haligami) called her version Day and Night Tessellation since one side resembles stars and the other one suns.

I folded this model from a sheet of blue, hand-made abaca and flax paper created by John Gerard paperworks. You can find my review in a separate blog post.

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