The octagons appear as four-pointed stars, with the narrowest angles measuring 12 degrees, and the next-narrowest measuring 24 degrees.
It’s hard to get regular pentagons, regular star pentagons, regular decagons, and related polygons to tessellate the plane while maintaining radial symmetry. This is my latest attempt.
This is a continuation of the process shown in the last post here, but with a different coloring-scheme.
I made this using Stella 4d, which you can try for free at this website.
I created this image using Stella 4d, which you can try for free right here. It’s much like a tessellation, but in three dimensions instead of two.
Unlike my previous octagon-tiling discoveries (see previous post), this is a chiral, radial tessellation, with the colors chosen to highlight that fact.