Skeletons III
Skeletons III

The octahedral skeleton is three intersecting squares (the same size as the cube surfaces).

The cube skeleton is two rectangles whose short edge is the same as the edge of the cube, and whose long edge is the diagonal through a square. In this instance the midpoints of each square surface are indicated and joined with blue lines, creating an octahedron!

Camera aligned with cube surface.

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Here are some of the ideas that I have been exploring.

Please let me know if there's anything you want to correct/find interesting/would like a copy of - or to purchase/participate in etc.

 Philip James GuestLos Angeles, CA310.383.2327