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A 'Fract'leth.'  (Get it?  Fractal Bat'leth.  :)  Created from a half-hexagon trapezoid rep-tile, cutting out the 2 smaller central trapezoids (see above), and repeating the process again and again.

:) Created from a half-hexagon trapezoid rep-tile, cutting out the 2 smaller central trapezoids (see above), and repeating the process again and again.

The 'Hen Snowflake'--i.e, the opposite of a Koch Snowflake--where 2 smaller triangles attach to each edge of every straight line, instead of 1 triangle at each line center

The 'Hen Snowflake'--i.e, the opposite of a Koch Snowflake--where 2 smaller triangles attach to each edge of every straight line, instead of 1 triangle at each line center

'Right-Handed Dragon.'  Fractal created by taking a half-hexagon trapezoid rep-tile, cutting out the left of its 4 identical component pieces, and repeating the process over and over again.  (NOTE: This is not the dragon curve fractal, though it's just as cool!)

'Right-Handed Dragon.' Fractal created by taking a half-hexagon trapezoid rep-tile, cutting out the left of its 4 identical component pieces, and repeating the process over and over again. (NOTE: This is not the dragon curve fractal, though it's just as cool!)

'Racecar.'  A fractal from the Pinwheel rep-tile, created by deleting the 2 central (of 5 identical) triangles, and repeating the process over and over...

' A fractal from the Pinwheel rep-tile, created by deleting the 2 central (of 5 identical) triangles, and repeating the process over and over.

M-fractal, created from an irreptile (above) by deleting the central M-shape and repeating the process over and over again with the other smaller identical M-shapes

M-fractal, created from an irreptile (above) by deleting the central M-shape and repeating the process over and over again with the other smaller identical M-shapes

Weird Gasket Fractal.  Created by taking a quarter-hexagon rep-tile (shown above), cutting out the bottom left of its 4 identical component pieces, and repeating the pattern ad nauseum.

Created by taking a quarter-hexagon rep-tile (shown above), cutting out the bottom left of its 4 identical component pieces, and repeating the pattern ad nauseum.

'Ice Garden' Fractal.  Created by taking a quarter-hexagon rep-tile, deleting the middle tile (of its 4 smaller but otherwise identical tiles), and repeating the process again and again...

Created by taking a quarter-hexagon rep-tile, deleting the middle tile (of its 4 smaller but otherwise identical tiles), and repeating the process again and again.

Koch 'Snowflake,' where each smaller triangle is added at an edge of every straight line rather than at the center.

Koch 'Snowflake,' where each smaller triangle is added at an edge of every straight line rather than at the center.

Koch snowflake - squares instead of triangles

Koch snowflake - squares instead of triangles

Koch Snowflake (Hand-Drawn)

Fractals You Can Draw (The Koch Snowflake or Did It Really Snow In Cleveland In Late April?)

Our next fractal is the Koch Snowflake, based on the Koch curve, one of the first fractals ever described. The techniques used to construct the snowflake are similar to the ones used to measure coa…

Fractal Ornament  Koch Snowflake Duo  Christmas by DragonNerd, $34.00

Fractal Ornament - Koch Snowflake Duo - Christmas Green and Red

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