Origami Tessellation :: Ferris Wheels
It actually started out really promising and then I brought my paper home from work and it suddenly went to mush. I'd barely even started the folding process. All I'd done was the center module.
I put the paper in the freezer overnight to see if that would dry up some of the moisture and firm it up. It did help a little. Just enough to squeak by on getting the pattern folded.
This is a tessellation that would probably best be done in the dead of winter at 0% humidity. It would also benefit from a very resilient paper.
But in the end, you work with what you have and you press onward with your ideas. Creation is a powerful driving force.
I'd like it to be neater, but I'll take it for now.
I have a crease pattern sketch for those who might want it.