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Blowing in the Wind by FractalMonster Blowing in the Wind by FractalMonster
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This is a 3D-section of the four dimensional cubic parameter space (the iteration formula is z -> z^3 - 3a^2 z + b), the axis a_imag pointing into the fourth dimension, the 3D-slice is performed at a_imag = 0.3. The red set is a part of M+, the grey set of M-. This is the same 3D slice as in the previous deviation Dance. However in this case, the fractal object is rotated in a different angle.

More about cubics can be read about in my Cubic Tutorial and Short about drawing pictures of cubic parameter space. So also in my Chaotic series.

The image is rendered using a special module for Ultra Fractal, the module written by my very dear friend Greenseng her on dA. All his modules, as well as mine can be downloaded from here. Resized 6400x 4800. Small color adjustments is performed. All this postprocessing by Photoshop.

Below the parameter file Play and have fun :)

Blowing {
fractal:
title="Blowing" width=640 height=480 layers=1
credits="Ingvar Kullberg;5/24/2005"
layer:
caption="Layer 1" opacity=100
mapping:
center=0/0 magn=1
formula:
maxiter=250 percheck=off filename="spr.ufm" entry="RayTrace"
p_formula=Cubic p_fourthdim="a-imag or zi" p_fourthvalue=0.3
p_zorig=0 p_zinit=Both p_view=3-dim p_background=outside
p_touchscreen=yes p_cr=0 p_ci=0 p_cj=0 p_ck=0 p_br=0 p_bi=0 p_bj=0
p_bk=0 p_xrot=45 p_yrot=85 p_zrot=0 p_local=yes p_lightx=-3
p_lighty=-2 p_lightz=-6 p_zscreen=3600 p_zdist=4 p_zmagn=no
p_autoscale=no p_prec=20 p_delta=1 p_bailout=100
inside:
transfer=none
outside:
transfer=linear filename="spr.ucl" entry="Raytrace"
p_gradient="Four gradients" p_scale2d=0.24
gradient:
smooth=no index=0 color=0 index=80 color=1382154 index=96
color=10115632 index=100 color=16 index=135 color=1063504 index=199
color=1409279 index=200 color=659456 index=299 color=15063797
index=300 color=655360 index=301 color=8413184 index=327
color=16773360 index=399 color=16777215
opacity:
smooth=no index=0 opacity=255
}
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:iconladyjudina:
ladyjudina Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2012
Beautiful gallery, full of beautiful fractal! I envy the talent!
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FractalMonster Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2012
I am very honored :blushes: Most of my fractals are completely raw (see my journal [link] ) ;) This is one of my 3D fractals, see my Artist's Comments :) Maybe you would appreciate my Chaotic series of fractal articles (<- click) if you have a little theoretical interest ;)

Regarding deep zooms in the Mandelbrot set, if you check out my deviation Cauliflowerfort and click the link under "Artist's Comments", from page 4 you can follow the entire zoom sequence in 28 steps :wow:

If you wanna try some free simple fractal software, go to my journal [link] :thumbsup:
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SelfMadeQueen Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2009   Digital Artist
Your technical knowledge of fractals blows my mind. It makes me feel like such a hack.

:+favlove:
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FractalMonster Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2009
Don't sweat ;) My "Chaotic series" [link] I've written for for ALL fractal artists. such as you, who wants a basic knowledge of "Mandel and Julia" type of fractals :thumbsup:

My journals (specially the linked illustrations),

"About iterations and basic color routines" [link]
"Which spots belong to the M set?" [link]

may also be useful :)

Regarding deep zooms in the Mandelbrot set, if you check out my deviation "Cauliflowerfort" [link] and click the link under "Artist's Comments" you can follow the entire zoom sequence in 28 steps :wow:
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MagickalRecordsNet Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2007
You can't stop coming up with new ways to express yourself, can you Ingvar. (:

I really like this set.

Great Work, as usual.

Y.K.W.
:D
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FractalMonster Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2007
Thanks Jody for your kind words :) I recognize myself as a fractal traveler rather than a fractal artist. And I always try to discover new unseen worlds of the fascinating universe of fractals..

The title is captured from a song which was a popular hit for some years ago :dance:
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:iconmagickalrecordsnet:
MagickalRecordsNet Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2007
I see you as both a traveler and an artist.

;)
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FractalMonster Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2007
:) :dance: :)
:dance::):dance:
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Droid24747 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2007
Whoa! Very awesome!
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FractalMonster Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2007
Thanks again Chris :)
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