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Interpreting line drawings of curved objects. A ruler is good enough to precrease straight lines but not curved lines. Still, avoid freehand precreasing of curves.

A curve ruler is a nice idea. For gentle curves, one method is using a straight ruler to approximate them with polygonal lines. The outcome is a bit nicer than drawing freehand. If you have an available cutting plotter, load the data to the plotter software and let the machine make sharp precreases.

Cutting plotters are machines that automatically cut paper by controlling the cutter blade and paper feed. As the name suggests, a cutting plotter is intended for making cutouts; it can also be used to make precreases by lightly tracing the surface with the cutter blade at a controlled projection and force, or it may also be set up to finely perforate the fold lines.

You may also prepare a precrease-dedicated blade by dulling a cutter blade. Unfortunately, A4 size is not big enough to process many of the origami crease patterns in this book. A cutting plotter supporting up to A3 size is desirable, but it costs more. An alternative is dividing the crease pattern into A4-size portions and gluing them together later. Still, the succeeding folding process is not an easy task because it is difficult to fold curved lines until you get used to it.

Folding on a desktop gives a straight fold. To fold a curved line, hold the sheet up with both hands and apply the intended fold as you warp the sheet. Fold the lines as sharply as possible so that the sheet memorizes the fold state. Even a straight fold line is hard to accomplish if it is near the center, away from the edge. Avoid making unnecessary folding traces. Carefully fold only the necessary portions.

Try twisting the entire sheet, which gives you an unexpectedly successful result. Many of the origami creations in this book are hard to fold even though they are composed of straight lines. There are many cases in which you have to fold all the creases together at the same time. All we can do about this is practice and keep working at it. If you feel excessive force is being applied to the sheet, unfold it, firmly recrease the fold lines, and then try again. Force folding may unintentionally collapse a portion.

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A crease pattern of the wrong size too small or too large cannot be comfortably handled. Modular origami Main article: Modular origami Modular origami consists of putting a number of identical pieces together to form a complete model. Normally the individual pieces are simple but the final assembly may be tricky. Many of the modular origami models are decorative folding balls like kusudama , the technique differs though in that kusudama allows the pieces to be put together using thread or glue.

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Chinese paper folding includes a style called Golden Venture Folding where large numbers of pieces are put together to make elaborate models. Sometimes paper money is used for the modules. This style originated from some Chinese refugees while they were detained in America and is also called Golden Venture folding from the ship they came on.

Wet-folding Main article: Wet-folding Wet-folding is an origami technique for producing models with gentle curves rather than geometric straight folds and flat surfaces.

The paper is dampened so it can be moulded easily, the final model keeps its shape when it dries. It can be used, for instance, to produce very natural looking animal models. Size, an adhesive that is crisp and hard when dry, but dissolves in water when wet and becoming soft and flexible, is often applied to the paper either at the pulp stage while the paper is being formed, or on the surface of a ready sheet of paper.

The latter method is called external sizing and most commonly uses Methylcellulose, or MC, paste, or various plant starches. It was developed by John Smith in the s to help inexperienced folders or those with limited motor skills.

Some designers also like the challenge of creating within the very strict constraints. Origami tessellations Origami tessellation is a branch that has grown in popularity after A tessellation is a collection of figures filling a plane with no gaps or overlaps.

In origami tessellations, pleats are used to connect molecules such as twist folds together in a repeating fashion. During the s, Shuzo Fujimoto was the first to explore twist fold tessellations in any systematic way, coming up with dozens of patterns and establishing the genre in the origami mainstream.

Around the same time period, Ron Resch patented some tessellation patterns as part of his explorations into kinetic sculpture and developable surfaces, although his work was not known by the origami community until the s. Chris Palmer is an artist who has extensively explored tessellations after seeing the Zilij patterns in the Alhambra , and has found ways to create detailed origami tessellations out of silk.

Robert Lang and Alex Bateman are two designers who use computer programs to create origami tessellations. Lucero Brazil.

Kirigami Main article: Kirigami Kirigami is a Japanese term for paper cutting. Cutting was often used in traditional Japanese origami, but modern innovations in technique have made the use of cuts unnecessary.

Most origami designers no longer consider models with cuts to be origami, instead using the term Kirigami to describe them. This change in attitude occurred during the s and 70s, so early origami books often use cuts, but for the most part they have disappeared from the modern origami repertoire; most modern books don't even mention cutting.

Another common fold is the Moravian Star which is made by strip folding in 3-dimensional design to include 16 spikes. For instance, the problem of flat-foldability whether a crease pattern can be folded into a 2-dimensional model has been a topic of considerable mathematical study.

A number of technological advances have come from insights obtained through paper folding. For example, techniques have been developed for the deployment of car airbags and stent implants from a folded position.

For example, the Miura map fold is a rigid fold that has been used to deploy large solar panel arrays for space satellites.A duality concept for the analysis of polyhedral scenes. Rubin Geometric and other shapes. Notice that pixels are the default unit in Inkscape.

Pelican Birds - Pelecaniformes - Pelicans. Here, adjust the snap distance to 5. Apple users will also need to download and install XQuarz which is the windowing system that Inkscape runs in. Still, avoid freehand precreasing of curves.

With the segment selected, we can copy and paste objects by pressing Control-C and Control-V respectively. To fold a curved line, hold the sheet up with both hands and apply the intended fold as you warp the sheet. If you have an available cutting plotter, load the data to the plotter software and let the machine make sharp precreases.