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Author Topic: Interior shots of the Mandelbox  (Read 12108 times)
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« Reply #45 on: February 24, 2010, 03:28:42 PM »

whoa! The haziness gives the whole thing an amazing depth and the perspective is mindboggling in the second image cheesy
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« Reply #46 on: February 24, 2010, 10:12:17 PM »

  Here's a series of Mandelbox Hybrids I came up with over the past couple days.  The Mandelbox formula is awesomely compatible with a couple old formulas of mine.  Sortof balloony...  and sorry about the color schemes... haven't gotten around to writing (or finding ones in the software) good color schemes yet.

Here's a weird hanging blob in a Julia of Type D (they exist as little blobs inside other blobs inside of other blobs if you hack away at it...):


  A couple of Type B hybrids (I think the 13th order ones are different fold (3 maybe) and scale):
8th order (z^8) front:

8th order rear (zoomed I think):

13th order side:

1th order front:


  A couple type D hybrids:
3rd order side:

3rd order rotated 45 degrees (a little bit holey because I didn't increase z-resolution):

3rd order top zoom in (maybe altered scale?):


  The type D seems to be best around z^3... above that it gets spiky (especially the even z^n's (z^4,z^6....), below it is a bit weird (unless you change scale, fixed=min radius, etc...).

  Here's the 3rd order rotated 45 degrees with Scale=1 instead of 2 and one more iteration:
  This color scheme was the one that showed the most detail... sorry about any radiation poisoning that is incurred by viewage....

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