Abstract Face No. 1
This amusement is devoted to the proposition that a face is …
It's pretty basic, but I find it interesting to see the effects of
changing the different parameters. The rounding of the corners,
especially, can greatly change the character of the face.
- A pentagon.
- With rounded corners.
- And a pair of horizontal lines partway down.
- And another pair of horizontal lines a little way above those.
- Containing an elongated isoceles triangle, with slightly
rounded corners, and with its apex sort of between the first
pair of horizontal lines.
- And another horizontal line below the base of the triangle.
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