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« on: August 18, 2012, 06:54:19 PM »



ok, theese are the real babes, ported from mandelbulber, at least half of my mandelbulbers are based on this principle.

while a plain mandelbox in mandelbulber in m3d, there is more needed, than only abox + _Rotate. details in comparison thread (http://www.fractalforums.com/mandelbulb-software/rotboxes-mandelbulber-vs-abox-platinum/)

so i do think, theese are new to m3d - please correct me, if i'm wrong  afro

with the original, i made it to top 25 in BMFAC 2011

maybe it's my unability in m3d, but in plain 3d (at least with full ao) mandelbulber produces a whole class better quality.
but finetuning or tweaking params in navigator (didn't do here) offers me a new dimension in parameter manipulation.
and as jesses tool allows me to convert rotbox parameters forth and back, maybe i'll make some mandelbulber ports of m3d parameters in future... we'll see.

have fun!
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