Parallelograms (rotated, dense)

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Folding instructions: Parallelograms
Main model description: Parallelograms
Other folds and variants: Parallelograms (prototype), Parallelograms (clean fold), Parallelograms (rotated, sparse)
Paper: Biotope
Type: classic tessellation (implies: abstract tessellation, abstract, geometric, pattern, abstract periodic tessellation, non-recursive periodic tessellation, periodic tessellation, tessellation)
Author: Michał Kosmulski
Colors: brown and beige
In albums: Showcase, Tessellation Examples

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This is an alternate way of laying out molecules of Parallelograms tessellation. Because of how the pleats exiting the molecule are arranged, it is possible to chain together the pleats on the horizontal axes of two neighbors as in the basic version, or to chain one molecule’s horizontal axis to the other’s vertical axis as is the case here. The model shown here is folded from a single square of Biotope paper, and based on a 32×32 grid, but since I folded it using my clean folding techniques, grid lines are not visible in the finished work.

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