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Extrusion of a parametric surface with different face and boundary colours

At first we can set the PlotRange->{-3,3} to cut the surface to see that although the outisde of the thick surface is red, the inside of such thick surface is ...
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Extrusion of a parametric surface with different face and boundary colours

This is rather an workaround that creates a separate "extruded" surface (there might be a much more direct way to do it) ...
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ContourPlot3D uniform color regardless of view point

Update (I am not sure why the first version affected the legends color): ...
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Frank Stella's Protractor Series - can we reproduce Lac Laronge IV?

Take some code from my previous answer. https://mathematica.stackexchange.com/a/295351/72111 ...
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Frank Stella's Protractor Series - can we reproduce Lac Laronge IV?

Starting out from a graphics skeleton in order to cut out the base forms (leafs) and putting all together through image processing: ...
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Scaling problem with plot and legend

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Reproducing Roman Verostko's FF 2004 Drawing

The key feature of glyphs section that is missed in OP code is that the artist uses only about 28 different glyphs - he uses them as alphabet ...
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Reproducing Roman Verostko's FF 2004 Drawing

Starting with 3 curves (top, bottom, trajectory) and generating the plot from the top curve to the bottom curve along the trajectory. Using a similar method for generating curves like the one that ...
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Reproducing Roman Verostko's FF 2004 Drawing

Perhaps this is a start. We can find an appropriate 3D surface and view point to sample mesh lines on. Something like this: ...
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Reproducing Roman Verostko's FF 2004 Drawing

Method-1 We add a pertabation p[x_, y_]= {y*Cos[y], x*Sin[x]} to the identity transformation {x,y}|->{x,y} to get the wave ...
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