To help the surface division, there is a grid that defines the positioning in different surface divisions. Surfaces may be divided vertically, horizontally or diagonally. The same logic can be applied to different formats such as A4 vertical or A4 horizontal.
Choose the wave motif of your liking among the alternatives: Tyyni (Calm), Perus (Basic), Pulssi (Pulse), Syke (Beat), Värinä (Vibration), Tyrsky (Wave).
Wave motif corners
The surface can only be divided according to the degrees provided. Here is a model of the degrees allowed.
Examples of horizontal surface divisions using the grid.
Examples of vertical surface divisions using the grid. The shape of the wave motifs can be whichever of the six lines provided.
Examples of diagonal surface divisions using the grid. The shape of the wave motifs can be whichever of the six lines provided.
The use of wave motifs
When using a wave motif there must be at least 2 full wave motif tips per surface. The wave motifs should always end either at the apex or at the base. Which is in the middle of the top or the bottom.