I’ve created a few more thumbnails from limit sets, by adding a bit of chaotic behavior to the mix. Here are some of those, with their spiral curves, never quite touching but cool nonetheless. I’ll test out direct manipulation of parts of the code via the compiler built into the software to see what I get, for much larger pieces worth printing as wall hangings.
A confession: Last month’s project image had suffered from misaligned tiles when positioning, so, like the elf I should have been, I scrapped the image and started again from scratch. So far, at 69 tiles out of 240, there aren’t any of them out of place or overlapping with the others this time, and image clarity is good.
This is a good sign.
I’ll post a link to the finished piece when it’s uploaded to deviantART, but doing so in haste is bad ju-ju. That’s what brought me trouble with the first try. The finished piece will be 18000 x 10800 pixels at 300 dpi, or fully printed at 5×3 ft in size. I think that’s worth taking time on. So, here are more products of my diabolically vile experimentation…
All JPEG, PNG & GIF images in this post are original works by the author, created via Mandelbulber, Fractal Domains, Ultra Fractal , Frax, and Mandelbulb 3D and unless otherwise stated are copyright 2015 by Troy Loy.