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Yin-Yang Smile. Since we are
Yin-Yang Smile. Since we are

Since we are using colors for both, the light and the dark, we simply draw a circle in one color, using Bezier curves with kappa=4*(sqrt(2)-1)/3, counterclockwise. Then we draw the complementary design, clockwise, in another color of the same hue but darker. This is unlike the black-and-white version which required a black rim around the "white" part that was actually transparent and would thus be invisible without the rim. In this version we have no rim, just the light and the dark embracing. All hand-coded SVG, by the way. That's because math rules the Universe! I used https://color.adobe.com/create/color-wheel/ to pick both, the light and the dark, colors.. Since we are

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Blue Ying and Yang. Since we are
Blue Ying and Yang. Since we are

Since we are using colors for both, the light and the dark, we simply draw a circle in one color, using Bezier curves with kappa=4*(sqrt(2)-1)/3, counterclockwise. Then we draw the complementary design, clockwise, in another color of the same hue but darker. This is unlike the black-and-white original which required a black rim around the "white" part that was actually transparent and would thus be invisible without the rim. In this version we have no rim, just the light and the dark embracing. All hand-coded SVG, by the way. That's because math rules the Universe! I used color.adobe.com/create/color-wheel/ to pick both, the light and the dark, colors.. Since we are

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Delicious Yin-Yang Mint Pudding. Since we are
Delicious Yin-Yang Mint Pudding. Since we are

Since we are using colors for both, the light and the dark, we simply draw a circle in one color, using Bezier curves with kappa=4*(sqrt(2)-1)/3, counterclockwise. Then we draw the complementary design, clockwise, in another color of the same hue but darker. We then turn it into a delicious yin-yang mint pudding. For that, we are using standard SVG filters, supported by most but, unfortunately, not all browsers. All hand-coded SVG, by the way. That's because math rules the Universe! I used https://color.adobe.com/create/color-wheel/ to pick both, the light and the dark, colors.. Since we are

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Yin-Yang in Blue. This graphic contains
Yin-Yang in Blue. This graphic contains

This graphic contains standard SVG filters. Please be advised that not all browsers support them yet, so you may or may not see the colored light applied to it. The entire graphic is drawn as a single path filled with black in hand-coded SVG. The other half, usually shown in white is created here as a hole in the path. That means it is completely transparent, and has whatever color its background has. To achieve this, not just with SVG but with other vector formats, any black portion of the path is drawn counterclockwise, any "white" portion clockwise. Also, this graphic is taking advantage of the kappa constant described in my e-book Bezier Circles and other shapes, freely downloadable from www.smashwords.com/books/view/483578 (kappa = 4 * (sqrt(2) - 1) / 3).. This graphic contains

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Ying and Yang Cubed, or is it Cubist?. Since we are
Ying and Yang Cubed, or is it Cubist?. Since we are

Since we are using colors for both, the light and the dark, we simply draw a circle in one color, using Bezier curves with kappa=4*(sqrt(2)-1)/3, counterclockwise. Then we draw the complementary design, clockwise, in another color of the same hue but darker. Since this is cubist, we place the small circles at the wrong positions and make one of them much bigger and distorted. For that, we are using standard SVG filters, supported by most but, unfortunately, not all browsers. All hand-coded SVG, by the way. That's because math rules the Universe! I used https://color.adobe.com/create/color-wheel/ to pick both, the light and the dark, colors.. Since we are

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Modern Yin-Yang. This graphic contains
Modern Yin-Yang. This graphic contains

This graphic contains standard SVG filters. Please be advised that not all browsers support them yet, so you may or may not see the filter effect applied to it. The entire graphic is drawn as a single path and modified with a filter, in hand-coded SVG. The other half, usually shown in white is created here as a hole in the path. That means it is completely transparent, and has whatever color its background has. To achieve this, not just with SVG but with other vector formats, any black portion of the path is drawn counterclockwise, any "white" portion clockwise. Also, this graphic is taking advantage of the kappa constant described in my e-book Bezier Circles and other shapes, freely downloadable from www.smashwords.com/books/view/483578 (kappa = 4 * (sqrt(2) - 1) / 3).. This graphic contains

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Bright Red and Dark Greenish Cyan Yin-Yang. The entire graphic
Bright Red and Dark Greenish Cyan Yin-Yang. The entire graphic

The entire graphic is drawn as a single path filled with greenish cyan (or any other color you change the value of "fill" in line 4). The other half, usually shown in white is created here as a hole in the path, but we have placed a red circle behind it. That means it is completely transparent, and has the red color its background has. To achieve this, not just with SVG but with other vector formats, any black portion of the path is drawn counterclockwise, any "white" portion clockwise. Quite frankly, I think this color combination is ugly. But it uses two opposing colors, so it expresses the idea of opposites that Yin-Yang symbolizes. Also, this graphic is taking advantage of the kappa constant described in my e-book Bezier Circles and other shapes, freely downloadable from www.smashwords.com/books/view/483578 (kappa = 4 * (sqrt(2) - 1) / 3).. The entire graphic

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Filtered Bright Red and Dark Greenish Cyan Yin-Yang. The entire graphic
Filtered Bright Red and Dark Greenish Cyan Yin-Yang. The entire graphic

The entire graphic is drawn as a single path filled with greenish cyan. The other half, usually shown in white is created here as a hole in the path, but we have placed a red circle behind it. That means it is completely transparent, and has the red color its background has. To achieve this, not just with SVG but with other vector formats, any black portion of the path is drawn counterclockwise, any "white" portion clockwise. To that we added the WhateverTheHeckThisIs SVG filter. Also, this graphic is taking advantage of the kappa constant described in my e-book Bezier Circles and other shapes, freely downloadable from www.smashwords.com/books/view/483578 (kappa = 4 * (sqrt(2) - 1) / 3).. The entire graphic

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Yin-Yang in Cardinal Red. Since we are
Yin-Yang in Cardinal Red. Since we are

Since we are using colors for both, the light and the dark, we simply draw a circle in one color, using Bezier curves with kappa=4*(sqrt(2)-1)/3, counterclockwise. Then we draw the complementary design, clockwise, in another color of the same hue but darker. This is unlike the black-and-white version which required a black rim around the "white" part that was actually transparent and would thus be invisible without the rim. In this version we have no rim, just the light and the dark embracing. All hand-coded SVG, by the way. That's because math rules the Universe! I used https://color.adobe.com/create/color-wheel/ to pick both, the light and the dark, colors.. Since we are

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Yin-Yang in Yellow. This graphic contains
Yin-Yang in Yellow. This graphic contains

This graphic contains standard SVG filters. Please be advised that not all browsers support them yet, so you may or may not see the colored light applied to it. The entire graphic is drawn as a single path filled with black in hand-coded SVG. The other half, usually shown in white is created here as a hole in the path. That means it is completely transparent, and has whatever color its background has. To achieve this, not just with SVG but with other vector formats, any black portion of the path is drawn counterclockwise, any "white" portion clockwise. Also, this graphic is taking advantage of the kappa constant described in my e-book Bezier Circles and other shapes, freely downloadable from www.smashwords.com/books/view/483578 (kappa = 4 * (sqrt(2) - 1) / 3).. This graphic contains

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