## Walking in the rain – analysis

Walking in the rain by Chen Xiao (Twitter. Flickr) is one of his most fascinating and, at the same time, one of his simplest models. Figure 1 - Waking in the rain by Chen Xiao I have to say that, for this model, only the crease pattern is available on the Internet. Unfortunately,  the available crease pattern is…

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## Origami design process (introduction)

Origami is - I hope you understand - not some arbitrary, random paper folding technique that you use to create, almost by an act of magic, exciting paper models. Quite the contrary. Behind what is seemingly random paper folding there is a clear mathematical logic.

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## How to hide an unused paper in your Origami model?

In this blog post, I would like to address the problem of unused parts of a paper. This problem is not uncommon in origami. As a matter a fact, you will stumble upon it quite a lot, and in this regard box pleating technique is no exception. Simply, when polygons and rivers are arranged on a square piece of paper, it is very likely that part of a paper will be left unused.

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