I thought this one was really cool too, so I'm sharing it with you. It reminds me of what a wormhole would look like in a spacetime grid in some NOVA program about intergalactic travel. This is going to be the last image of this set, and I will likely be taking a week off from posting content to think up some new pretty quasions that may or may not be that mathy.
I could make this go on forever but it becomes messier the longer i keep it going. A cool thing to point out on this one is how the overlap between the diamond shapes becomes more and more complex with each overlap. I wish fooplot would animate the plotting of my function so i could see how it builds itself.
i think this is a much cooler version of the evil eye in my first post. Instead of a single line that spirals out really fast, it is actually a bunch of near circles that spiral out really fast, forming a spiral shaped dense area where they circloids touch (circloid is not a technical term by the way).
AVERT YOUR GAZE! THE EVIL EYE NOW HAS HYNOVIS- ALL HAIL EVIL EYE
this one is actually my favorite out of these functions that i'm doing. It's only the half of the function where t<0, and the line at the top connects to a mirror image of this picture, but in my opinion its cooler as a mountain than some kind of conic twister
This is not the Xbox logo, though if i inverted the colors and made the whitespace green i could pass it off as a mathmatically generated knockoff. All of these are original parametric functions in their pure and unaltered state. Other than my first post, I will not share any of my equations, but you are welcome to guess them.
I think this one is pretty cool as well, kind of reminds me of Wolverines claws. I'm going to give a little bit of credit to fooplot, a free graphing program online that lets me make these beautiful functions, though most of the cool parts of my graphs are a result of 'breaking' the graphing program, by having the harmonic motion of the plotted points moving faster than the machine can plot accurately. So thank you fooplots for not being a godly supercomputer that no amount of exponential growth can break.