Begin with a single line segment. Each iteration transforms the middle third of each line segment into two equal-length lines that are rotated by 60°.
Same rules as for the Koch Curve, but starting with a triangle. Produces a snowflake-like shape.
Similar to the Koch Curve, except the angle of rotation is greater than 60° and less than 90°. Here, the angle of rotation is 85°.
Begin with a single line segment. Each iteration transforms each line segment into two lines with length scaled by 1/√2 and rotated by 45° in a symmetric fashion.
Similar to the Lévy Dragon, but each line segment has asymmetrical rotation compared to the segment before it.
Begin with a triangle. For each triangle in each iteration, subtract a triangle formed by connecting the midpoint of each line segment.
Begin with a square. The first iteration subtracts a square in the middle third of the original square. Each further iteration divides the remaining area into squares and subtracts the middle third of each square.
Begin with a vertical line segment. Each iteration produces symmetrical branching by angle θ and length scaled by r. Here, θ is 30° and r is 0.7.
Begin with a line segment. For each iteration, create and translate two line segments that represent the first and last third of each existing line segment.