An extended version of my Blazing Propellers molecule, folded from 30×30 grid (32×32 for complete model with margin) rather than the standard 14×14 grid.
Propellers Tessellation was one the first tessellations I designed. Later, I developed many other models derived from that initial idea.
Another fold of my Blazing Propellers Tessellation, this time 4×4 molecules (64×64 grid).
A refold of my older design, Stacked Propellers Tessellation, this time as a complete tessellation rather than a single molecule. 64×64 grid.
A modification of my earlier Propellers Tessellation. The blazing propeller also resembles a whirlpool or a tropical cyclone. 14×14 grid per molecule, 48×48 ...
A minor modification of my Propellers Tessellation: the blades are sharper and more slender than in the original.
This is a fractalized version of my Propellers Tessellation. Stacked Propellers Tessellation is folded from a 16×16 grid per molecule in this case but you ca...
The basic idea of Propellers Tessellation can be extended into countless variants, especially when one goes from the original 8×8 grid to larger grid sizes.
This is the short-blade variant of my Propellers Tessellation. Molecule is 6×6 grid units but in this rendering an extra margin of one unit is added.
This tessellation is closely related to my Square Interlace Tessellation. Grid is 8×8 per molecule. Here you can see the variant with long propeller blades b...