WILD FLORA OF THE NORTHEAST
PRETTY AND PREDATORY
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About the diagrams:
I use standard origami notation plus a few arrows, with steps in a reverse-S pattern on the page. It is a logical arrangement to have each subsequent drawing next to or directly below the previous one, but it is unnatural for habitual left-to-right readers. So, to guide the folder along the path, I put in "air arrows" where there are no other directional arrows such as the flip (turn over) or tilt (rotate) arrows. Also, there is a "3-D" arrow to indicate that a part of the model comes forward from the flat plane. (See Dracula's diagrams for an example.)
Abbreviations are used to keep the diagrams from becoming too cluttered: VF = valley fold; MtF = mountain fold; FUF = fold and unfold, or pre-crease; IRF = inside reverse fold; ORF = outside reverse fold; RB = repeat behind; WSU = white side up; CSU = colored side up. A small "F" near a folded edge indicates that the edge is flattened out in the next drawing, usually as the result of a squash fold.
Links to AFB Diagrams
OUSA Convention Exhibit, 2002: "Stone in Paper: Ancient Egypt"