Tessellations are a pattern made across a flat surface by repeating a shape with no gaps and no overlaps. There are many techniques for making tessellations, the technique we will use is called the paper cut method. Students are to trace their tessellation template in their sketch books 4 times and try to envision what it possibly could be. Once they have a good design it is applied to a sheet of drawing paper and colored in with alternating colors.
For fun I tried out the triangle shape and got a wolf's head. Here it is being traced over the surface using a light box.