Escher Steps Origami Tessellation


 I came up with this odd shape that I really haven't seen before in other origami tessellations.

It's not ground breaking. It follows the same basic principles as other grid shapes. It's a flagstone fold for sure. 

It was new to me, so I just went with straight up repetitions.

But it seems perfectly logical that it could be combined with triangles and other shapes in various configurations. 

It was a pretty hassle free fold. Although, working the back side was definitely required. 


It helped a lot to go to the back and tease those folds. 

The opposite side takes an interesting picture too. An unusual tiling. 

I do have a crease pattern sketch, though it's a fairly uncomplicated to figure without any assistance. 



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