I apologize for the "foggy" pictures, but here goes.
From A Weaver's Book of 8-Shaft Patterns, edited by Carol Strickler, Interweave Press, 1991; the top draft is Example #252 on Page 63 and is an example of a 7-shaft Corkscrew Weave; the bottom draft is #269 (left) on Page 69, and this is an example of a 8-shaft Shadow Weave.
Both warps are in LDLD; both wefts are in DLDL. The appearance is slightly different because the top tie up is in 3/4 twill, whereas the bottom one is in 4/4 twill, (would that be correct?) Anyway, what I wanted to ask was.... Structurally, are they the same???