‘Tweener#12

Hi there,

time for more. Two variants corresponding with Tetrahedron/Cube.

This is the first one.

geo-20

 

Top view.

geo-20b

 

And number two.

geo-21

 

No.2’s top view.

geo-21b

 

Have a nice one, J.

 

‘Tweener#11

Hi,

here come some more. All correspond with the Dodecahedron and the Icosahedron.

The first one.

geo-17

 

It’s top view.

geo-17b

 

The second one is a close relative of the omnipresent linking stars thingy.

geo-18

 

Top view.

geo-18b

 

Since it is a bit hard to read you’ll get a third view from  inside looking up.

geo-18c

 

And the third one. Also a ‘not to be seen that often’ variant.

geo-19

 

Top view.

geo-19b

 

Have a good time everyone, J.

‘Tweener#10

Hi,

and again two more.The first one corresponds with the Tetrahedron and the second with the Tetrakis Tetrahedron.

Geo-15

 

Top view.

Geo-15b

 

The second one.

Geo-16

 

Top view thereof.

Geo-16b

 

I’ll be back, J.

Holes

Hello out there,

it’s me again, this time with a little  “real” world object. Felt the urge to make something tangible recently.  Hand carved in a small PU-foam block, ca. 5 x 11 x 2.5 cm. No sanding.

And here it is.

Holes-01

 

Two more views, please click to enlarge.

Holes-01-bHoles-01-c

This was really enjoyable to do inbetween all the CG-stuff.

’til next time, J.

‘Tweener#9

Hello,

two more corresponding with the cube and the octahedron.

Geo-13

 

Top view.

Geo-13b

 

The other one.

Geo-14

From another angle.

Geo-14b

 

That’s it for now,

cheers, J.

Fractal Tree Patterns

Hi there,

some years ago I started to study fractal trees.After a while it began to dawn on me how to construct the simpler ones.Of course there was no doubt that it would not be possible to reach the enormous amount of detail you can get in 3D fractal generating software,but i wanted to try and see how far I’d come with modeling these structures “manually” in Wings3d.                            Not that far unfortunately.But far enough to get some nice basic stuff.

First some examples of different tree approaches.

Frac-01

 

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‘Tweener#8

Hi,

today’s couple is based on the dodecahedron,respectively one of it’s offsprings.A 60 rhombs star thing.Anyway,here they come.

Geo-11

Top view thereof.

Geo-11b

The next one may be a bit harder to read,but nonetheless…

Geo-12

And it’s top view.

Geo-12b

‘Til next time, J.

‘Tweener#7

Hi,

and again two more.

Like the first one of the last post this first one is also related to the cube derivation composed of octagons,hexagons and squares.

Geo-09

Top view.

Geo-09b

Todays second one is related to the icosahedron.

Geo-10

And it’s top view.

Geo-10b

Bye for now, J.

‘Tweener #6

Hello,

Two more of these polyhedral knot thingies.

The first one is cube related again.Or more precise it’s related to the archimedian solid made of squares,hexagons and octagons.

Geo-07

The second is related to the dodecahedron and to show what’s going on a bit better you’ll get two views.Some are harder to digest visually than others apparently.

Geo-08

 

And from the top

Geo-08b

Toodeloo, J.

‘Tweener#5

Geo-05

Hi,
this time it will be two and two views each.
Recently noticed that I didn’t do these the other year and set out to catch up.So here they are.
The first one is based on a rhombic dodecahedron.Or a cube and an octahedron combined.

Geo-05b

And the top view thereof.

Geo-06

The second is related to a triacontahedron.Or a derivation of a rhombicosidodecahedron.
Sorry,had to look up the names myself to be honest.

Geo-06b

And again the top view.

Later, J.