Next week will see the second installment of Cruel Parodies, my SF critter design series, featuring a twisted, hideous mockery of the official Traveller universe’s freebooting wolves of space, the Vargr, and free of copyright violations. This Thanksgiving day, though, I, bring you a recent DeviantART upload, one of my best fractal transparencies to date, City of Quartz. Enjoy the holiday or whatever other event or festival(s) you celebrate this month, and I’ll see you next week!
Here’s a wallpaper generated using Frax Pro. It’s of a Julia set from a point in some far off region of the Mandelbrot set, while playing with textures and randomized color mapping. I’ve turned filigree settings down quite a bit, focusing mostly on details. Feel free to use this one, on your phone, tablet, desktop, or your website, as long as that’s for noncommercial purposes. Thanks!
Tf. Tk. Tts.
Vanakkam. This week, I’m working and playing with Julia sets. In playing with one of my iPad apps, QJulia HD, here’s one such fractal, but of a strange sort! While regular Julia sets use two-dimensional complex numbers for their position on the complex number plane, this one is a quaternion, one using a four-dimensional complex number defined for a hypercomplex space. I’m unsure that I’ll make much further use of the app, but this isn’t too bad for something of such limited scope!
May you have a great Tuesday, and in abbreviated Soruggon,
Tf. Tk. Tts.
Vanakkam. I’ve more images this time, courtesy of Frax Pro on my iPad. These are a bit strange-looking, mostly closely-zoomed Julia sets chosen from weird regions of the classic Mandelbrot set, as is the image used for this post’s graphic header above.
Tf. Tk. Tts. or in marginally passable romanized Tamil…
naan pooyittu varaenga