Symmetrical ImagesAll examples of symmetry used here are forms of radial symmetry. The individual components within the radial symmetry are usually bilaterally symmetrical, but the Symmetry program allows for nonsymmetrical components, generally known as swastikas.With Symmetry, you can pick the number of symmetrical components. The most pleasing ones seem to be 4,8, and 12. You can, of course, use combinations of different numbers within the same design (e.g. "Tile"). You may use a complete Symmetry design to form symmetrical components of a larger design, as I have in "Criscross". Special versions of the symmetry program were used to construct designs used in Fibonacci spirals and 3D images. 


A new version (July 1997) is now available.
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