Compare my deviation with my deviations and . The motive is exactly the same spot from Heptic parameter space, displaying all the subset in a single layer using the technique of SetBorders (see article 19b, page 4 in my Chaotic series). The differences are 3.
First: The max iterations in the first one are 1000, in the other two the max iteration are 25000 (25 times more).
Second: The color map in in the first one is so stretched that the structures outside the stone are invisible.
Third: All three images have 3 different color maps. However that's the very less important matter.
A similar difference we have between the deviations and . However in this case the max iterations in the first are as low as 500 compared with 25000 in the second. In the low iteration images the number of max iterations are customized in a way to get the structures of certain levels to appear. More of that can be read in my journal,
Check out especially the linked illustrations (fig 1 – fig 7) which explains almost everything, especially for those of you who suffer from math allergy. Well that journal deals with the ordinary Mandelbrot set, but yet valid