Wednesday, January 23, 2008
What else was I going to do with triangles, squares, and heptagons. This pattern was based on taking a clock-wise loop of ten heptagons (it's like a loop of six pentagons--not very circular) and unraveling it with a clock-wise loop of triangles and a clock-wise loop of squares. That is what makes the octagonal shape that surrounds the "S". So then it's just a matter of a little decoration and tiling. I'm surprised no one has really blasted me on my choice of colours. Bring the flame war on!
This one was fun to make. I wanted a cool snowflake to be a backdrop for a presentation (http://prezi.com/jie04ey9bhjr/zulo/) that I wa...
Tileland+ interface Along with an interface update , I added a some language extras. The native Tileland instructions remain (polygon...
Unlike normal, I was able to deliver the square version of the descending pentagons quickly. There was no math to figure out. although ...