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Author Topic: type e (new type.. modified xyz vs mag formula)  (Read 2039 times)
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« on: May 19, 2010, 09:51:09 AM »

 Not a great render, just learning the new formula.

  Interesting formula: scaled x, y, and z values in atan2 portion of formula vs. total mag of xyz, along with new x, y and z being scaled by the same multiple (which is the same as the magnitude and rotation: so for 3 rotations, 3 is the scalar for all values, although you can get different images by not using the same scalar for all values.... not necessarily as fractally however).  Actually, use the scalar 3 for xyz values in atan2 portion and new xyz values in all variations (z^2...z^8...z^sideways 8 ). cool


  Anyways, as with Amazing hybrid D, the even numbered scalars produce... something not as uniform as the odds.  I did find a way to exploit that (even scalar weirdness) in amazing hybrid d, and will attempt that later (negative scalar/ change cos to sin... made really cool images).

  Anyways, here is image 1 of new type... bad coloring (me tired), bad lighting.  Lots of awesome details...

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