Zbigniew Gortelon Jan 09
Hi Artur. This is a simple euclidean geometry we all learned in high school. You create a triangular selection (with angles 30, 60, and 90 degrees). Copy it to separate layer. Discard the rest. Duplicate the triangle to separate layer and flip the triangle around the second longest side. Glue two triagles together to get an equilateral triangle (all angles have 60 degrees). Now duplicate to separate layer, and rotate by 60 degrees about one corner. Repeat that 4 more times. Once you get it once, the method takes about 5 minutes in total, or less. The most difficult is to decide which part of which image to select.
My next project is to create a Penrose tiling.
Artur Cegielskion Jan 09
"kalejdoskop" like, very SF! How did you do it?