martes, 8 de noviembre de 2011

Waterbomb Pattern Sequence

This design consists of a repetitive series of polyhedral surface Waterbomb pattern, one of the most recognizable folds in origami that is based on the use of tessellations.

The canvas, however, does not begin with a square, starting with a ratio of 2:1. For material to use, all depends on the role they want and their preferences. But keep in mind that a heavy paper Might offer too much rigidity and a very thin paper Might not resist the folding process, I recommend, bond paper of 80 grams. These bases Waterbomb allow repeat to close a cylindrical shape is maintained by applying pressure to the sides. In its natural state the folds form a sphere. If pressure is applied on the top and bottom, the structure collapses on itself, creating a donut-shaped

Below is a diagram of the folding pattern. The red line indicates a fold of the valley, the blue line indicates a fold of the mountain, and the black line indicates a cutting line. Although it is difficult to see in the diagram, each square with a red X is the basis Waterbomb. Each row is offset by an odd row, through Waterbomb pattern. For example, if the paper size is 20 inches by 10 inches, the top row has 20 bases Waterbomb next to each other. This means that each pattern is 1 inch by 1 inch. The second row is moved horizontally 0.5 inches. This pattern is repeated until the end of the 10 inches. It is preferable to fold this model row by row, as each folding affects the next.

As personal advice based on my limited experience I recommend that you try to keep this kind of accordion, alternating the folds in each stage of the folding process.

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