This project means something to me. See, this is math. At its most pure, this is math. It is called a saddle point, and occurs very frequently in calculus. A subject which my more avid viewers already know I am very bad at. I am also very embarrassed that as an engineer I can't figure out calculus. But in my own small way I understand this figure. This 3D abstract shape. It seems to redeem a small part of me that I can do this. The one on top, the sides are broken into 16ths while on the bottom, the divisions are in 32nds. As you can see, the more divisions, the smoother the model. Again, math at work Anyhow, enjoy.
(PS: This is my first real foray into abstract art. Funny how abstract sometimes means more logical? Lots of math sometimes in abstract art...)
Instructions can be found here: [link]
Not sure why anyone would buy this as a print, but I clicked buttons too fast and now it's up. eh. whatever.