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Crease Patterns

Within the last ten years, a new form of written instruction has become ubiquitous within the modern art of origami: the crease pattern (often referred to by its abbreviation, CP). Conventional origami diagrams describe a figure by a folding sequence — a linear step-by-step pattern of progression. Crease patterns, by contrast, provide a one-step connection from the unfolded square to the folded form, compressing hundreds of creases, and sometimes hours of folding, into a single diagram! [More]

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December 16, 2006 - Posted by | Art, Cool

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