14m comment How to draw interlocking tori with Tikz?To make the tori look "circular" rather than "elliptic", you can use the `unit vector ratio=1 1 1` option or `axis equal`. 13h reviewed Close references remain as [?] 13h reviewed Close File ended while scanning use of \@tempa. \bibliography{ref} 1d awarded Good Answer 1d reviewed Approve suggested edit on Define a systematic method to include pgf plots into jpg photos 1d reviewed Close It is possible to define "styles" in tcolorbox listings? 1d reviewed Close After El Capitan upgrade synch does not work on texshop 1d reviewed Approve suggested edit on My section heading and figure in two different pages 1d comment Drawing the p,T-diagram with TikZ/pgfplotsAs the lines are, well, just lines, you don't need `\addplot`, you can use `\draw` like this: `\draw (x_1,y_1) -- (x_2,y_2) node[above, sloped, pos=0.5] {\$z=4n\$};` 1d revised TikZ: shading a ball with colorsAdded faceted variety. 1d comment Recreating this TikZ imageAh, much clearer. I was also quite tired and wasn't sure if it was just my sleep-deprived brain that had trouble understanding you ;-) 1d comment Triangles inside Triangles, Fractals to an arbitrary depthOh, and by "how did you find it", I was hoping for something like this Wikipedia list, so some long list for finding nice new stuff ;-) 1d comment Triangles inside Triangles, Fractals to an arbitrary depthI only heard of L-Systems a few months back through TikZ. While I did some of the common ones (like Koch's snow flake or the dragon curve), I'm not yet familiar with the stuff. But thanks to you, I now know of a new concept, scaling, and thus having lines of different lengths! Thanks for that! 1d comment Triangles inside Triangles, Fractals to an arbitrary depthWow, very nice, L-Systems was the first thing I did, until I realized that this question was not asking for a Sierpinski-Triangle. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to come up with a solution for this. How did you find it? 1d comment TikZ — logarithmic (golden) spiral in a golden rectangleIs that from the double line width (0.2mm spiral, 0.1mm grid)? Does it vanish if you set the spiral to 0.1mm? 1d comment Recreating this TikZ imageWhat is your very last sentence supposed to say? 1d answered TikZ: shading a ball with colors 1d comment Create corner-aligned dashed rectangles using TikZHow acout only drawing three (or less) sides for all after the first? The first one would e.g. be `\draw (A) -- (B) -- (C) -- (D) -- cycle;` and the one right of it `\draw (B) -- (E) -- (F) -- (C)`;. 1d answered Draw tally marks using PSTricks 2d comment Recreating this TikZ imageAlso, as the lines all appear to be the same length, you could have a look at `\foreach` and the syntax for relative coordinates (`\draw (2,1) -- ++ (1,1)`;)