07 July 2004, 09:40 PM
Normally, sea shells are built by extending the shell on top of itself as it expands from the "point" (and gets larger as it "grows")
For example, at the far end (near the tip), the shell should be touching itself, and at the near end (in front of the camera), the shell should also be touching itself (but not intersecting, like you have it).
Here's some examples on the mathematics of seashells:
Sorry about the .pdf links, but they were the best I could find.
The colors look nice, it's just that the shape of the shells kinda threw me off
01 January 2006, 04:00 PM
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