They’ve probably been noted before, but these are awesome:
I’ve read some of debates about the correct formula for dimensions of larger pieces, so I’ll hastily note that there are an infinite number of possible formulas that would hit the 3 data points we have, and I don’t claim any special knowledge of which one was sacred to the ancients of Mars. That said, my preference is:
For pip count n,
Width = 7n + 11
Height = 12n + 20
both in 32nds of an inch. This gives the correct sizes for the 1, 2 and 3 points, it’s a pretty simple formula, and as pieces get larger the aspect ratio converges to something pretty close to the the ones we know, so they look pleasingly ice-ish.
By that calculation, the red pyramid above is an almost perfect 30 pointer. Now where did I put that extra $1700?