How to Divide the Paper Into Equal Shapes for Origami Models
This is a collection of articles I found on the web, explaining how to divide paper into different equal parts.
Article | Source |
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How to divide a square into Thirds [PDF] | Darren Scott |
How to divide a square into Thirds - 3 methods [Video on YouTube] | Sara Adams |
How to divide a square into Fifths [PDF] | Darren Scott |
How to divide a square into Fifths (different method) [PDF] | Ralf Konrad |
How to divide the edge into Fifths (guesstimation method) [PDF] | Anna Kastlunger |
How to divide a square into Fifths - 3 methods [Video on YouTube] | Sara Adams |
How to divide a square into Sevenths [PDF] | Darren Scott |
How to fold angles of 30 and 60 degrees | Ian Harrison |
How to Trisect an angle | Helena Verrill |
How to Quintisect an angle | Robert Lang |
Reference Finder This program creates a folding sequence to locate any point on the paper |
Robert Lang |
Huzita-Hatori axioms Find out about the math behind the folds |
Robert Lang |
Some more divisions | JOAS |
How to fold a Grid of equilateral triangles [PDF] | Ralf Konrad |