Over Again

In Boldly Breaking the Boundaries, I looked at the use of squares in what I called over-fractals, or fractals whose sub-divisions reproduce the original shape but appear beyond its boundaries. Now I want to look at over-fractals using triangles. They’re less varied than those involving squares, but still include some interesting shapes. This is the space in which sub-triangles can appear, with the central seeding triangle coloured gray: triangle
Here are some over-fractals based on the pattern above: overtri1
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overtri2
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overtri3

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overtri4
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overtri5
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overtri6
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overtri7
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overtri8
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overtri9
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overtri10
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overtri11
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overtri12
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overtri13

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