Each interactive element presented on this page uses timeconsuming operations that take a while to finish. The elements are built through a backend in the cloud. Please be patient to see the results. 
First, let’s introduce the video from Mathologer. This video creates very nice patterns from Times Tables. Everybody knows them from primary school. It’s something like this:
Factor  Value 

 2 
 4 
 6 
 8 
The idea, in general, is surprisingly simple, but the results are surprising. Please go for the video from Mathologer first to catch the idea behind it.
In this document, several scenarios using Times Tables as a base to calculate plotted images are presented similar to the approach of what Mathologer is doing:

a static but parametric version: you can change with sliders the values and experiment by yourself.

an animated version to construct the image Line by Line: the factor and the number of points is fixed, but each line is plotted per iteration

an animated version to construct the image Point by Point: the factor and the lines are fixed, but each iteration increases the number of points

an animated version to construct the image Factor by Factor: the lines and the number of points is fixed, but the factor increases per iteration.
Start your journey on the power of Mathematics!
All examples are taken from Times Tables Visualization  Finding Patterns, and rewritten for the use of module J1 NBI. Some text is used from the original post but rewritten for clarity and simplicity. 