Monday, October 18, 2010
This pattern with pentagons and triangles started out as a big 30-sided polygon (constructed by alternating pentagons and triangles) and slowly turned into a triangular grid of green triangles that has been augmented with zig-zag spacers that resemble purple and red dresses.
I'm not yet finished with playing with the fruits of this play. I'm going to attempt to make something different with the E shaped white space. The interesting thing about this E is that it can be completely surrounded by polygons by inserting another pentagon where you have the two kissing red triangles. Check back in a couple of days and I should have the new pattern completed.
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 ...