G’day. In this installment, I’ll show a few recent images made using custom parameter sets, courtesy of Mandelbulber.
Perhaps it’s just status quo bias on my part — it’s always good to acknowledge the possibility of one’s own biases, in my view, and even better to more fully understand when they might play into our decisions — I’ve long considered MB my favorite app for doing 3D images, at least for my laptop’s operating system.
This raises the question of whether there are any more recent apps that do the same thing, or better, for the hardware and OS I use, and I’ll be looking into that during the remainder of the week, which should be fun.
I’ve begun the draft for the first installment of a series of fractal generation tutorials (Yes, I’ll be posting it in several entries instead of one long post for ease of presentation.), and that project should be completed by next year when study resumes.
I’m hoping whatever holiday you celebrate this time of year is an absolute blast, and so, here are this week’s images:
All JPEG, PNG & GIF images in this post are original works by the author,created by
- Fractals (compuscience.net)
- Turn any Tumblr into an interactive Fractal Fest (theverge.com)
- Fractured! (demirincar.wordpress.com)
- Fractal Aesthetics in Design? (loxleydesignforest.wordpress.com)
- How Long is the Coastline of Britain? (dailysliceofpi.wordpress.com)