G’day, and it’s now into the second day of the New Year. I hope you are all doing well, and if little else, better off by far than last year.
For some of us, 2013 went relatively well, even great, but not so much for many, and I hope that this year sees a turnabout in the fortunes of the latter.
These images come from Ultra Fractal 5, as thumbnails of larger pieces, those being 3×3 ft if fully printed.
I’m currently doing some experimental work with new parameter sets for MB3D, and next Thursday’s post will feature the more interesting of those.
I’m giving a shoutout to fellow blogger and personal inspiration Zor’ra Farland-StHael, wishing her the best this season, and to fractal mistress BuddhaKat, with hopes that things turn out better for her than they’ve been lately.
I’ll from this point on post installments of this entry exclusively on Thursdays of each week as regularly as my schedule allows, given time spent in my studies and other non-blogging activities that will rear their ugly mugs on occasion, like housework, as for the rest of the month none but myself and the cats will be in residence.
Stay cool, stay cosmic, stay awesomositous, all of you.
All JPEG, PNG & GIF images in this post are original works by the author,created by
- Fractals (compusciencenet.wordpress.com)
- Fractals (compuscience.net)
- XaoS: Off to a good start (inconsolation.wordpress.com)
- Fractals Generator in C++ and Qt (arsprogramming.wordpress.com)
- Turn any Tumblr into an interactive Fractal Fest (theverge.com)
- Generate spectacular 3D fractals with Mandelbulber (betanews.com)
*I’ll be updating this link as needed.