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« on: September 12, 2011, 03:06:09 PM »

Black Mesa


The DwellGrad coloring method can be used on Julia sets as well. It works best on connected ones though; disconnected ones have a topological defect at the critical point and all of its preimages (a "cone" around which the colors circle in reverse order; the smoothed iteration curves have saddle nodes here and the grad having these conical singularities is therefore actually legitimate, but it spoils somewhat the embossed-fractal effect when there are these extra, isolated embossed points in the image).

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