Realistic 22.5-Degree Insects

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Realistic 22.5-Degree Insects

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I'm looking for design inspiration in the form of realistic insects that are based (at least in part) on 22.5-degree structures--not box-pleating or circle-packing. I know Seth Friedman and Kaede Nakamura have a few crease patterns published between them (and then there's Chad Killeen's stag beetle), but an internet search isn't turning up much else.

Does anyone know of other examples?
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Is Lang's Hercules Beetle realistic enough?

I think some of his other models from Insects and thier kin are also 22.5 based.
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Somehow that particular model slipped my mind. (I have both his insect books, too.) Thanks.
I should mention I have the first two of Satoshi Kamiya's Works books as well, the second of which includes his Cyclommatus and Cicada nymph.
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Yeah, I just saw a cyclomatus Mettalifer(Satoshi Kamiya) on my recommendations on Mariano's channel :evil: I guess it just slipped my mind(thought he had only lucanus). Robert lang has one but it is Hex-pleated. I prefer lucanus though. (I thought I said something earlier here, oops)
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