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Xaos-Mandelbulb - Understanding 2D and 4D formulasOkay
Just sick and bored in my room, playing with Xaos and Mandelbulb3D settings I discovered the thing that can make work with 3D and 4D MB formula easier.... And all you need is Xaos fractal program...
First of all, I just open Mandelbulb3D and as first slot I put Makin4D p2a, looking like this:
It's nothing special, Only 3D version on Mandelbrot formula. but now, I run Xaos and starting with basic Mandelbrot 2D:
Now I activate quick regime Julia and I move my mouse pointer there:
And the follow result of julia is this:
And here we come to the next leve of managing 3D shape. When you wish to activate julia this window appears:
The first number indicates X coordinations and the second Y coordinates. so put these into Julia of MB3D like that:
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Barnsley Deluxe + params by Jimpan1973
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Fractal Art Week: IntroFractal Art
Welcome to the 2nd Fractal Art Week of 2015!
I'm C-91 and I'll be your host.
In the last Fractal Week at projecteducate, we discussed about various topics: we had interviews, tutorials and general explanation features about Fractal Art. This week comes with the intent of giving everybody tips and hints on how to get started with this branch of Digital Art, how to recognize the multitude of types of fractals, some basic tutorials and trivias.
Fractal Art Week
AM: Intro by C-91
PM: Meet the Fractal Community #20 by C-91
AM: Chaotica Basics by tatasz
PM: Understanding 3D Fractals by LukasFractalizator
AM: Navigating 3D Space by Sabine62
PM: Meet the Fractal Community #21 by C-91
long time no write...Ok, so yeah, I've been mostly absent from dA lately, just checking messages, answering a few, and not much else, have not even been viewing much art, and making pretty much none... it's because recently, I've been so busy with work, and things just got a lot worse.
About a week ago (it would have been last Sunday as I write this) the other assistant blacksmith (who also helps out in the sign shop) didn't come in for his shift. On Monday, he was supposed to work in the blacksmith shop with me, and again, didn't show. The "boss" called him and let him know he had two strikes for not showing up for work, and he told the boss he would be in on Thursday to pick up his check, essentially quitting over the phone.
This would not be a huge deal all in all, it would make things tougher for me, and for the head blacksmith and the sign shop guys, but there's worse. It seems it was the head blacksmith who had gone out on a limb to get him the job in the first place. Gene (the head blacksmith) was a
The Art Theft Discussion
Art Theft DiscussionTopicsStealingTakingCopyrightPermissionFan ArtMoral RightsProtectionResolving Disputes
StealingArt theft can be
Blast from the Past, Issue #11Hi again from heavenriver, your usual Blast from the Past host
Following on with the series of UF oldies whose galleries definitely deserve a thorough look, we will be featuring FractalEyes today!
This is her current ID and avatar, and it truly does represent her style, showing almost ALL its distinctive elements. Her work is both eminently classical and exquisitely geometric in nature. She has a fantastic affinity with shapes and analogous palettes, especially of the metallic, marble-like, and sandy kinds.
"But aren't spirals and flowers boring?" I hear you cry, and rightfully so. The answer is: yes, but not in her case. Just like many other styles, spirals and flowers are two types of fractals that can be done and dusted and even OVERDONE to death, until you see so many of them you just want to go hide in a corner and cry because they all look the same. This is the strength of her work: while doing mostly cl
My Designs on ProductsSome sample products with my designs on them arrived in the post today and cheered me up! . So I thought I would share them with you
My son is really happy with this cushion he asked for and I'm really pleased with how it came out and is a suede like material
Below, cushion, travel mug, iPhone case (now on my phone) and mug
My neighbour requested this as gift as she is moving
Thanks for looking!
Your lack of faith is disturbing-religion in scifiReligion and science fiction make strange bed fellows, though the intertextuality between the two is as old as the genre itself. In this post I want to explore what it means to me as an atheist sci-fi writer to use religion within my work, and look at the broader context of how religion is used within the genre to explore the meta nature of religion. There are potential spoilers across the whole genre within this piece, though I only briefly look at ideas from 2014/2015.
Right from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, where the good doctor is an allegory for human hubris in trying to take God’s power through to Parson Nathaniel inWar of the World to modern examples like the faith in the 12 vs monotheism in Battlestar Gallactica and the exploration of personal faith in the Mass Effect trilogy religion permeates the stories as metaphor, allegory, and personality trait for characters driving the narrative forward. This is why I like having religion within
A little Love for BrownBROWN
A colour that does not always get much attention
After all it is the colour of chocolate
ENJOY some ART
In the beautiful rich Brown tones
GOLDEN LADY by Bojan1558
Inner Mechanism by LaPurr
Rose Range Rising by LaPurr Treehoppers - Entylia carinata by ColinHuttonPhoto
Ursa by TalynDraconmore
The Time Collector by CaryAndFrankArts
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