**motif #8**):

Well, these Simple Polygons are not the same as in my previous post. Here you can see red triangles, green squares and blue hexagons. If you want to tat polygon with N sides, you should tat N connected rings:

R X (picot or join to previous R) 3 - 3 - 3 - 3 (picot or join to next R) X

The question is, what does X equal to? In common case X is about 6 * ctg (pi / N).

So:

- for N = 3 X is about 4;
- for N = 4 X is equal to 6;
- for N = 6 X is about 10.

Anyway, the whole idea works! My first polygons were simple and pretty, but not functional, these are simple and functional, but not very pretty. I still believe that I can create some simple, pretty and functional pattern at the same time. Well, we'll see.

Nice! I find geometry fascinating.

ReplyDeleteThank you, Jess! I love it too.

DeleteNice design! :)

ReplyDeleteThank you!

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