Origami Tessellations: Changing Weather

Some tessellations are obvious and some are not. Some are simple patience. Others are mostly stubbornness.

This tessellation falls somewhere in the middle between those extremes.  

This builds on the concept of rhombuses around an open back hexagon. 

This time the outer edges of the rhombuses are connected to triangles using flagstone style collapse folds. 

This creates some interesting shapes in the remaining negative spaces. They are unusual and tricky, but totally foldable. 

I used tant paper and 32 pleat triangle grid. 

This one needs strong paper. 

I have a diagram somewhere. Will upload it at a later date. 


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