In the process of working on Exploring Tessellations: A Journey through Heesch Types and Beyond, I keep stumbling on new tessellations patterns. Mostly because it is fun to design books, I decided in October to collect material that I had not put into one of my past coloring books and create a new coloring book from it. I may in the future regret the choice of title, but it seemed catchy. Thus was born A Final Coloring Book of Tessellations.
Delightful Designs: A Coloring Book of Magical Properties. There are two related tilings formed with a single edge, one in the upper left and in the lower right and the flipped version of this in the upper right and lower left. The seams where they meet have shapes formed with the same edge but with a different arrangement on the rhombus frame.
A Final Coloring Book of Tessellations has similar content to A Tessellating Coloring Book and More Tessellations: A Coloring Book. There are a variety of Escher-like tilings and a few abstract, geometric tessellations. What is different is that the size of the tilings is smaller. The two books mentioned above were done thinking that the most likely audience would be children. This book is aimed at an older audience.
The graphic on the back cover features of what I call arrowplanes. There is also a page in the book with the design.
Take Outs showed a crude cup that I had removed from Exploring Tessellations. A revision made it into A Final Coloring Book. Both the ladies above and the cups or chalices below fit the IH12 isohedral class with its reflective symmetry over the translated edges and with the other four edges formed with glide reflection.
The book has over 100 pages to color. It is printed by CreateSpace and pages are printed on both sides of the page. Some people who color may object the this format and if you are one of them, do not purchase it.