Vanakkam. Today’s image is courtesy of Frax Pro, here a deep zoom of a border region along the valley of the Mandelbrot set’s main cardioid, the heart-shaped area of the figure located in quadrants one and four on the complex plane. I found this one worth keeping in my files, as I dislike it less than some others generated in the same batch of images. Others shall be relegated to my Bad Fractals folder, or condemned to permanent status as mere gradient maps for coloring better looking images. I’m releasing this piece into the public domain.
Vanakkam. Here’s a thing I did, something to celebrate my favorite holiday, a few days before it happens. Personally, I think Halloween should be all year long, so here’s a new wallpaper for you. Double-click the image for full size.
Today’s piece is something I created on Ultra Fractal 6 using the Indra’s Promise formula, and a multi-layered mix of its sub-formulas and color gradients. I’m working on a Halloween-themed image for later this month, so until then or the next post, whichever comes first ….
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!
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…