No I havn’t forsaken tessellations
To those who have sent e-mails asking if I’ve given up on tessellations…
No I havn’t. Ignoring the whole lacking in free time issue, I have been playing, with a few exceptions, with other things because for the last few months precreasing paper is hard. The top of my forearm has fairly intense discomfort when I precrease for any length of time and has taken to being warmer than the surrounding area. This has led to me only precreasing for short 5 minute periods. Unfortunately I am working on precreasing several pieces that range from 96ths to 128ths and that means that it will take me longer to put out pieces (for as long as my forearm is cranky.) Dollar bills are easy and take very little overall creasing and it is an amusing diversion at the moment, or temporary obsession if you will.
With that here’s another dollar bill modular (I think of it as a Celtic Cross) along with a deconstructed piece(Goran pleating). Though diagrams will take me awhile this is not as easy as the other pieces.