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Classic

This might have been posted already in the last week or so, not sureI was playing around with the plain old Mandelbrot set, just randomly going places, zooming and stuff. Some very interesting images came out, although you might have probably seen something similar elsewere, hence the name “classic” (another good name would be “obvious”….) as usual, these images have a trillion more places to explore, and that’s the fun of fractals but let’s just stay with this single one. There are some odd artifacts from another layer that would be a bit bothersome to be removed (15 masks just for that? no thanks!), and they aren’t really distracting from the overall thing, so let them there.

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2 more!

While watching the stats for the last year, I noticed there were much less posts than I wanted or could have made. This will change. Here are 2 more images from the all-formula project. All the images are named after the formula that originated the fractal, and I will be telling when the formula is from a new formula collection if needed, maybe not. I guess letting too many guesses about how they are made makes the game not as funny. Click the image to see them larger as usual.

Chaosbrot Mandelbrot

Chaosbrot Mandelbrot

Hyperbon

Hyperbon

 

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The mega formula project, image 1

There are a bunch of images already made. I’ll be posting them one at a time instead of inside galleries. This one is called “Bolla”. As usual, click on the image to see it larger.

Bolla

Bolla

 

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Mandalas Gallery 01

Sorry for the long time without any posts but this is not a daily job, is it? OK, enough rantings.

As I said in the previous post I tried the Mandala Project or something. I opened all my UPRs one by one (well not all yet) and applied a kaleidoscope transformation on each layer to create the mandala-like images. Some images work better than others, some images don’t work at all, some give birth to a lot of new images and so on.

For the creation process, I didn’t change any of the original image’s fractal parameters, I just applied the kaleidoscope on the layers and that was it. In very few cases, I did some extra zooming when I thought I could find something more interesting a little deeper, but this wasn’t the case with all images. Of course, lots of panning work was a must to find good images, but there are some images that are just the original image with the transformation without any panning, applied to the image with its original coordinates. Also, I made the “mandalas” in the same order as I made the original images, I started with my very first (saved) image, and went on from there. I’m not sure where I am at this point now (I have about 50 images already made), but I think I’ve tried at least a whole year of images or maybe half a year of UPRs. And this is… still 2002? I think so.

For me, it’s a bit easier to spot the original image that was transformed, but sometimes there aren’t much hints and the new image is a bit different, although it still can be recognizable maybe from its colour scheme. Some “mandalas” kept some parts (or visual characteristics) of the original images a bit intact, like mandelbrot shapes, etc. etc. and this was done on purpose sometimes.

This project is something I’m doing just for fun, while I don’t have enough new images to be added to new fractal galleries.

Here are the first gallery, with 15 images (I guess 16 will look better… maybe I’ll change that):

As some people with some a good attention span might have noticed, the watermark now shows “www.mundofractal.com”. I could grab this domain name and now you can use both the .net or the .com extensions. Hopefully Google won’t get pissed at me for redirecting a domain to this URL.

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It’s drying

It’s a little bit wet, but it’s drying. It will dry eventually.

It's drying.

Drying

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