Modular Variation | Flower Field

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The third iteration of this exercise progressed from the first iteration which was a field of cuts that varied in size in response to an attractor point. The second iteration introduced a series of folded ‘feathers’ that connect to the original field of cuts. There are four sizes of ‘feathers’. The third iteration changed the geometry that attached to a field of cuts from ‘feathers’ into ‘flowers’. There are four ‘flower’ types include a three, four, five, and six pedal flower that scale up respectively. The field of cuts also correlate to the ‘flower’ type. The scaling in the third iteration is respondent to an attractor curve instead of a single point as in previous iterations. The ‘flowers’ attached to the field of cuts through a simple friction connection.

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