thank you very much,

i know the challenge page, i am just interested in how it is done :) in case anyone has the book, could he or she post a brief how-to? as the introduction says, the solutions should be in one of the appendices.

and as far as i know, if it would be possible to apply a _gradient_ along a path (or shape _with_ gradient along path), the problem would be imho solved for the dragon curve also.

2009/8/4 Shawn H. Corey <shawnhcorey@gmail.com>
Rob Antonishen wrote:
> FYI Here is the challenge page:
>
> http://tavmjong.free.fr/INKSCAPE/MANUAL_v08/html/ch19s01.html
>
> -Rob A>
>

Interesting.  I wonder if you can do that to a dragon curve
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragon_curve


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