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Origami Tessellation: Rhombus Rings

I was playing around with a triad of rhombuses off of a triangle twist. From there I just followed the trail the paper left for me.

So there is a single small triangle twist dead center. Three rhombus twists come off of that. Then just repeat.

As you form the repetitions some oddly offset hexagons naturally form.

It reminds me of the triangle twist rings that are the bedrock of flagstone tessellations.

Just another interesting variation on so many classic techniques.

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Origami Tessellation: Rhombus Rings


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