Created a sphereflake, which is a 3D version of the Koch snowflake, using spheres. It was originally developed by Eric Haines.
As I could only find photographs of the sphereflake, but not descriptions of the actual iteration, I had to do some trial and error to place the next-level iterated spheres in the right locations. I’m still not sure if this is the exact same one as Haines developed, but it looks pretty close.
There are nine spheres created in each iteration. Six of them are placed 10 degrees below the equator of the orignal sphere, spaced 60 degrees apart from one another. The other three are positioned by finding the midpoint between two of these six spheres, for every other sphere, and then moving upwards 60 degrees. It’s probably a lot clearer to just look at the code.