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A Flashing Mandala

Mandalas are used for meditation and contemplation. They are also supposed to represent the universe, which we now know is in a constant state of change. Generally, this means mandalas are non-moving images, and (traditionally) they certainly don’t flash. This … Continue reading

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An Enneagonal Mandala

I made this years ago — in 2010 — and just found it today, on Facebook. That was two years before this blog started. I like finding such “lost works,” but it doesn’t happen often these days. 

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Pentagonal Mandala V

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Pentagonal Mandala IV

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Two Times Seven Is Fourteen

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Twice Nine Is Eighteen

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Spectral Circles on a Truncated Icosahedron

I used MS-Paint and Geometer’s Sketchpad to make the designs on the faces, and then used Stella 4d (here) to put the whole thing together.

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