Good morning, and awesomositous Friga’s day! I’ve got two images fully rendered for this entry, both in 2592×2592 pixel resolution when clicked on to embiggen them. The first is the full-sized composite of yesterday’s thumbnails, though the second looks even cooler.
The project is complete, as far as that goes, and I learned a bit along the way of the depth of Felix Klein’s discovery. Thanks for bearing with me on this!
Good morning, and happy Halloween! This Thor’s day, I’ve got a couple of thumbnails to show of the work done so far. These images are 600×600 pixels each, mere thumbnails, and each shows one layer of the finished full-sized piece, which would be One square yard fully printed in all its red-and-purply hideous gory – er, I mean glory – to be released in tomorrow’s post. For those of you coming across this for the first time, the math for these images comes from the book ‘Indra’s Pearls,’ and is derived from the work of mathematician Felix Klein and others.
The bottom image in today’s post is a remade version of yesterday’s image, but with a different rotation angle than previously, to keep it’s fit with its complement upper-layer image, and with more red to it than before.