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Posted by: bib May 23, 2010, 03:51:53 PM

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 Comments (2) knighty Fractal Iambus Posts: 819 May 25, 2010, 10:34:11 PMI don't understand your chinese but the picture is beautiful! bib Global Moderator Fractal Senior Posts: 2070 At the borders... May 25, 2010, 08:06:52 PMSome more information on how to do this kind of image: Basically the idea is to map a slope formula with lighting coloring into trapshape and trap texture slots in a class-based trap coloring formula. (Is it really me writing this chinese ?!!)Formula : sam's Trapinski circlesColoring : mmf's smooth orbit traps>Trap shape : Trapeshape block (actually I nested 2 trapshape blocks but can't remember why, probably because I changed the Trap scale somewhere)>> Trap shape : Formula + gradient coloring Trap>>> Fractal : Slope>>>> Fractal Formula : Celtic Julia (the brown/orange shapes)>>>> Outside coloring : Lighting> Trap Texture :  Formula + gradient coloring Trap>> Fractal : Slope>>> Fractal Formula : Cayley Switch (the green triangle shapes)>>> Height value : Slope Basics>> Outside coloring : LightingI feel there are not enough fractal formulae available as objects in UF to use as trap shapes and/or textures. No IFS?

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