
by Jeffrey Ventrella  (these images are explained in fractalcurves.com) 
A clever selfavoiding curve. 
The same curve with filledin colors 
Can you find the root of the topmost extremity? 
A remarkable specimen 
Bats 
Check out the interplay between symmetry and asymmetry 
Another symmetry / asymmetry beauty 
A Root 9 spacefiller 
A Root 13 Triangular Grid spacefiller 
A Root 9 Square grid space filler 
A Koch variation 
The Brainfiller! 
I call this one "Mandala" 
Two specimens in a tangled embrace 
A spacefiller of the Root 9 Triangle family 
A specimen of the Root 5 family 
Two Root 5 specimens mating 
Root 9 triangle spacefiller 
A lacey spacefiller 
An intricate spacefiller 
dimension < 2 
a selfavoider of the Root 4 square grid family 
A relative from the Root 8 family 
My proud discovery! The Dragon of Eve 
A Craggy Dragon 
Not quite filling the Koch Snowflake 
a selfavoider with dimension < 2 
Three craggy Root 7 species, mating 
Spacefilling a triangle with variablelength goodness 
Analyzing the anatomy of a selfcrossing Root 7 dragon 
Scrolls within scrolls 
A Ter Dragon with complex phisiology 
A complex Root 7 selfcrosser 
Three of these curves mate to form a Gosper Island 
A spacefiller with its chambers playfullycolored 
A variation of the 7Dragon 
A variation of the HarterHeighway Dragon 
Another variation of the HarterHeighway Dragon 
Another variation of the HarterHeighway Dragon 
Another variation of the HarterHeighway Dragon 
Slefsimilar poem 
Roots and Leaves 
Spacefiller 
Vascular TwinDragon 
