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In this chapter you'll learn the interesting math behind Penrose's "kite" and "dart" tiles. These tiles are embellished with arcs, and together they can create wonderful rotational tilings. Chapter 1: Rep-Tiles. Chapter 2: Fractal Tiles. Chapter 3: Sierpinksy Triangle. In this chapter you'll learn how to take a regular triangle and repeat it in increasingly larger rep-tiles, forming an infinite star.

Chapter 4: Pythagorean Trees. Chapter 1: Fractals from Stars. Chapter 2: Fractal Mosaics. In this chapter, you'll take the stars from Chapter 1 and make mosaic patterns with them. Chapter 3: Animating Star Fractals.

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In this chapter, you'll start out with two very different stars, and create their fractals. After using scenes and layers to animate them, you'll see the stars start to look more and more similar.

Chapter 1: Cube. In the first chapter, you'll learn a few different ways to create a cube. Chapter 2: Octahedron. In this chapter, you'll learn several ways to create an octahedron, and use it to create some more Archimedean solids. Chapter 3: Tetrahedron. In this chapter you'll learn how to create tetrahedrons, and explore the relationship between tetrahedrons and octahedrons.

Chapter 1: What's a Golden Rectangle? Chapter 2: Icosahedron.

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Chapter 3: Dodecahedron. In this chapter you'll learn how to create a "golden 2" rectangle, and use it to make a dodecahedron. You'll also get some ideas for ways to modify your dodecahedron into some cool-looking objects. Chapter 4: Compounds and Similar Objects.

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You'll also see ways to create similar objects, by copying 2D objects around other 2D objects, in 3D space. GeomeTricks Series: Chapter Details This page describes the contents of each GeomeTricks book in detail, including pictures and videos of models created in each chapter. Chapter 3: More Rotating Patterns This chapter explains how you can shrink or grow a polygon, and add overlappng shapes, to make neat-looking spiral and rotated patterns. Chapter 1: Spiral Patterns In the first chapter, you'll create increasingly smaller polygons, and paint them in spiral patterns.

Chapter 2: Quadrilateral Patterns In this chapter, you'll make tesselations with regular and irregular quadrilaterals.

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Chapter 3: Hexagon Patterns In this chapter, you'll see the one and only way you can tile regular hexagons. Chapter 1: Making Polygons In the first chapter, you'll create a set of polygons that have identical edge lengths. Chapter 4: Demi-Regular Patterns In this chapter, you'll make patterns for which there can be different arrangments at each vertex. Chapter 5: Coloring Mosaics In this chapter, you'll learn a few ways you can change the colors of your patterns: keeping the pattern intact, removing the repeating pattern, and printing a "blank" mosaic for coloring by hand.

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Chapter 4: Duals In this chapter, you'll learn how to start with one pattern and create a completely different one by drawing lines between center points. Chapter 1: Basic Pentagon Patterns In the first chapter, you'll learn several ways to create irregular pentagons so that they will tesselate. Chapter 4: Hexagons In this chapter, you'll make tesselations with irregular hexagons. Chapter 1: Hirschhorn Tile In the first chapter, you'll learn the math behind this famous five-sided shape, and learn a few ways to tile it.

Chapter 2: Bent Wedge In this chapter, you'll learn the math behind this nine-sided shape, and see how it can tile. Chapter 3: Voderberg Tile The math for this nine-sided tile is a little complex, requiring some creative geometric thinking. Chapter 1: Kepler Tiles In the first chapter, you'll learn how to make some of Kepler's famous patterns, based on regular pentagons and decagons. Chapter 2: Penrose Rhombs In this chapter you'll learn the math behind Penrose's famous "fat" and "skinny" rhombs, and see how to embelish these two tiles for an infinite variety of star-based patterns.

Chapter 3: Penrose Kites and Darts In this chapter you'll learn the interesting math behind Penrose's "kite" and "dart" tiles. Chapter 1: Rep-Tiles In the first chapter, you'll learn the math behind several types of tiles, that, when repeated, form larger versions of themselves. Chapter 3: Sierpinksy Triangle In this chapter you'll learn how to take a regular triangle and repeat it in increasingly larger rep-tiles, forming an infinite star.

Chapter 1: Fractals from Stars In the first chapter, you'll start with a simple triangle, and rotate-copy it to make increasingly larger fractal stars. Chapter 2: Fractal Mosaics In this chapter, you'll take the stars from Chapter 1 and make mosaic patterns with them. Chapter 3: Animating Star Fractals In this chapter, you'll start out with two very different stars, and create their fractals.

Chapter 1: Cube In the first chapter, you'll learn a few different ways to create a cube. Chapter 2: Octahedron In this chapter, you'll learn several ways to create an octahedron, and use it to create some more Archimedean solids. Chapter 3: Tetrahedron In this chapter you'll learn how to create tetrahedrons, and explore the relationship between tetrahedrons and octahedrons.

In the first chapter, you'll learn the math behind this famed shape. According to the author, it is the last book on garden mosaics you will ever need. A tour of his home workshop, photographs and community projects is testimony to the level of expertise Brody has to share on the subject of mosaic. His book will detail twenty five projects from start to finish featuring a variety of skill sets from easy to moderate to challenging.

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Half the projects are three dimensional and the other part two dimensional. The mosaic projects are done using tile, stained glass, pottery and a variety of unique materials to complement the design. He is completely self-taught. Some notables were Gaudi and Lluis Blu, who worked with tile, stone, metal and glass.

While honing his skill, he helped school children in seven southeast schools complete mural mosaic projects, as well as many others throughout the city. Pagoda project on a pre-made cement structure. In Mosaic Garden Projects Brody explains ways to manipulate foam core to get a desired shape, how to work with terra cotta, different uses for wedi board , when to use cement, how to resolve design issues and how to work with photos and sketches transposing them to scale. One of the projects offered in the book is the wall labyrinth. Labyrinths were found on coins as early as BC and was a popular design in Roman times.

During the Renaissance, the labyrinth we are familiar with today was designed and set in floors and on walls of caves or churches.

They were used for group ritual and for private meditation leading from the outside to the center and back.