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Author Topic: orbittrap.ca review of pauldebrot's safari!  (Read 803 times)
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« on: December 18, 2012, 12:46:26 AM »

i would like to point you to the - as usual  nicely and exaggerated  - written review of tim on the orbittrap.ca site

he has taken a closer look to the "mandelbrot safari" thread by pauldel in october 2013 calendar of the forums

i had to point him to some informations about the image that he credited with this:

"1. It’s not cutting edge fractal art 2. Neither is it a new variation on an old theme 3. I don’t care who made it —three strikes, you’re out!"

lol, and he starts his review with:

"But as an illustration of how weird fractal art as an art form can be, Pauldelbrot’s work can be kicked and abused in one review and then praised in another, just a month later as you will soon see."

read on:
http://orbittrap.ca/?p=4358
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