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Spiral1"Boring" order 8 Mandelbulb4th order Juliabulb isosurface of min(norm)
"Boring" order 8 Mandelbulb
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Description: Not even it's 1st birthday, already out of style wink
BTW, this is a slight variation involving three order 2 mandelbulbs in succession.
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Posted by: msltoe August 09, 2010, 05:47:41 AM

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