This can be a variation on an previous picture I discovered on my laborious drive. In line with the tag within the nook of the unique picture, it is a Peter Keller design that’s untitled.
His design used bigger dice modules. on a a lot bigger grid.
I made a decision to do small cubes in order that they may repeat properly on a smaller grid. Aside from that, the idea is identical.
His design used cubes made up of 12 rhombuses every.
I simplified issues with cubes made up of solely 3 rhombuses every.
The reverse aspect of the tessellation is comprised of small triangle twists, open again triangle twists and blunt nook triangles.
What I notably like about this design is the way it makes use of area.
Leaving these larger gaps between the teams of rhombuses creates a very totally different sample than what you’ll get in the event you stored the identical distances between all of them.
My diagram for this tessellation is included on the finish.