Escher style Geometry Art from J. R. Masterman's 9th grade geometry class









Creepy clowns tessellate in this first-time tessellation by a 9th grade child
Pig tessellation art by a geometry student

PIGS by Keana

AAAAAAAAAAAAAUGH!

!!

Seriously, this creepy clownface is going to give me nightmares.


Oh, no, wait... that was my introduction for the tessellation before this one.

This one's actually quite charming. It's a pig motif tessellation, with all the right stuff. There are no gaps or overlaps; the shape repeats perfectly; it's pretty original (though it looks a little bit similar to the cat motif in the tutorial); the colors alternate just enough to let us know where one pig ends and the oher begins; and the wee little faces have character.

To make this tessellation, Keana used my tracing paper tessellation technique lesson. Now it's YOUR turn! Go make one! When you come back, I'll show you some other tessellations... some by Keana, some by other talented folks from Philadelphia.