Leather Yin-Yang

Since we are using colors for both, the light and the dark, we simply draw a circle in one color, using Bézier 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 piece of yin-yang leather. 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 color.adobe.com/create/color-wheel/ to pick both, the light and the dark, colors.
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