Learning from my last process of my first origami tree I marked out the folds so that I can put this under my grid structure and see what structure works best. The image shows the two different folds for the tree trunk and the branches.
Highlighting the the two different types of folds for the tree trunk and the branches, I started to experiment with layout that may work along with the folds. Creating broadsheets that make a tree, I had to figure a way to link all three and somehow entice my viewer to unravel the tree to reveal what's inside. Starting off a simple four column grid, I quickly realised that I will have to make a grid system that will accommodate for all three different sized sheets of paper.
Discussing my process so far with a tutor I still had to figure out how to link all three sections together and while discussing it became clear to me I could pace each square within each other to create one big broadsheet. A way to force the viewer to places the paper together like this is to run my columns throughout each sections and so the text will be cut off from one section and carry on on another.
Showing the slanted layout I had works when it comes to reading the text as well as the images once folded looking interesting too. Although there are still a lot of white space and this layout doesn't allow a lot of room for text.