How to diagram your models

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Re: How to diagram your models

Postby Brimstone » September 6th, 2015, 8:32 pm

origamipete wrote:Show a picture of the underside with a caption: "the underside should look like this"


I thought as much. Do you think this should have a number as the rest of the steps or not?
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Re: How to diagram your models

Postby origamipete » September 7th, 2015, 8:22 am

That's up to you. I have seen people annotating these steps, for example, the picture showing the top is 45a and the next picture showing the bottom is 45b.
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Re: How to diagram your models

Postby Brimstone » September 7th, 2015, 1:48 pm

origamipete wrote:That's up to you. I have seen people annotating these steps, for example, the picture showing the top is 45a and the next picture showing the bottom is 45b.


Excellent idea, thanks.
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Re: How to diagram your models

Postby origamipete » September 8th, 2015, 8:41 am

No problem. :)
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Re: How to diagram your models

Postby Kundalini » October 15th, 2015, 7:55 pm

Also you can draw a transparent view only if the model is simple. But i prefer the origamipete's idea
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Re: How to diagram your models

Postby Andre-4 » June 2nd, 2017, 4:29 pm

whats an app That Can read distances between lines on crease patterns??and name THEM for instance....1 sqrt3
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Re: How to diagram your models

Postby Baltorigamist » June 2nd, 2017, 6:12 pm

Once you fold enough models, you'll start to recognize the proportions formed by certain patterns of creases, and you won't need an app to tell you. (For example, a 22.5deg line forms a 1:(1+sqrt2) rectangle.)
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Re: How to diagram your models

Postby Andre-4 » June 3rd, 2017, 8:36 am

Baltorigamist wrote:Once you fold enough models, you'll start to recognize the proportions formed by certain patterns of creases, and you won't need an app to tell you. (For example, a 22.5deg line forms a 1:(1+sqrt2) rectangle.)

Thanks Baltiorigamist ..thanks For The reply..Apparently there are apps For Windows on the Market that Can read crease patterns This For ME IS an advancement In tech without taking anything away From The folder.Unless i make prints... angles wont be accurate with only a protractor and set square over a screen ...The feature i Can use Most IS To calculate box pleats...
Ive also just checked Google-playstore.com They have Many apps In That category including Wolfram various Maths divisions...
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