Moveover J.Pollock there's new Triangles in town.

Delaunay says no triangle must have its center in any other triangle. I could check each triangle. But that would be hard. I’m happy with this arrangement for now.
Have to use random dots with connecting lines. It's easier for me.

The black edging adds to the image. Also helps to distinguish between two sidebyside triangles of the same color.

Black and White

Binary GrayScale

Last but not too big.

Reminds of Digital Terrain Models (DTMs) I used to create at work. In the US I believe they are (were) referred to as Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) as a DTM includes breaklines and other linear features providing a real model of the bare earth.

@greybeard Well that's what I am trying to do. But this is the closest I have gotten. I have seen how they work for mountainsides and fire. I guess that was on a NOVA TV show. Thanks for your comment. I'll research DTMs/DEMs.

Purple Tones

I have no idea what's going on in this thread, but I like the pretty colours.

@Pathduck Just showing off my SVG skills.

Five Letter Words

Math gives structure to the Universe.
We use it as a tool to help us build our world.
The numbers are in degrees  both positive and negative. See +/45.000
I call this piece “Degrees of Freedom.”

@BlackDaug said in Moveover J.Pollock there's new Triangles in town.:
Math gives structure to the Universe.
Reminded me of this:
Nature by Numbers by Cristóbal Vila

@Pathduck
Yes. Very Cool. Thanks. Fibonacci, Nautilus, Sunflower. Beautifully done.Also see
https://www.netflix.com/title/80063658  The Code
EDIT:
Math gives structure to the Universe.
We use Math as a tool to help us build our world.
Numbers help to describe the world in which we live.
There are many kind of numbers: Positive and Negative numbers
 Odd and Even numbers
 Natural numbers
 Rational numbers
 Irrational numbers
 Square numbers
 Square Root numbers
 Logarithmic numbers
 Trigonometric numbers
 Imaginary numbers i=√1
 Prime numbers: 2 3 5 7 11 13
 Fibonacci numbers: 0 1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21
 Random numbers
 Angles in degrees/radians
 Transcendental numbers
 Base numbers
Constants in our World:
 Golden rectangle/ratio phi = 1.61803
 Gravitational constant = 6.67408 × 10^11
 Pi = 3.1417
 e = 2.71828
Numbers hidden in Nature:
 Sunflower 137.5º
 Apple 72º
 Insect Eye
 Nautilis
 Beehive