CPT Technique: Paradox

CPT Paradox

This technique has been extensively used by architects in the ancient Egyptian and Greek world and is also known as Huddy’s Doodle.

Below is an example of how to apply this technique to straight lines. Click the image for an enlarged view.

CPT Technique Paradox


The Paradox Technique can be applied to any shape!

Below is an example of splitting a circle in 3:

Paradox 3 with lines Circle

A circle can be split as often as you like. Below the circle is split in 4:

Paradox 4 with lines Circle

Vary the size of the sections. The third example shows the Paradox Technique applied by splitting the circle into 4 sections first.

Paradox in circle

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