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The Beauty of the Dying Mandy by FractalMonster The Beauty of the Dying Mandy by FractalMonster
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Category: Raw Fractals :)

A deep magnification of a 2D slice of the 12-dimensional :omg: :faint: heptic parameter space. The heptic parameter space (for 7th degree polynomials) is the the full analogy to the 2-dimensional quadratic parameter space where the ordinary Mandelbrot set is situated.

This is a bud in the cracking region of the motive Swirl Eruption. The location is entirely inside the coalescing sets M2 - M5, in fact the midst of the 3-diveded continent in the motive Blushing Mummy. The motive is drawn with respect to the set M1. If it instead had been drawn with respect to the set M6, the mandel buds had had been complete with no “defects”. Note: Buds of the Mandelbrot set are also regarded to mini copies of the entire set, as ALL the structures of the entire Mandelbrot set are there in every bud :omg: See article 13 in my Chaotic series. For that reason I think that this motive will fit this contest.

Ultra Fractal, formula Heptic Parameterspace3 in the sp3-module written by my dear friend Stig Pettersson, Greenseng here at DeviantART. All his modules, as well as mine can be downloaded from [link]

Below the parameter file, play and have fun :

BeautyOfTheDyingMandy {
fractal:
title="Beauty of the Dying Mandy" width=640 height=480 layers=1
credits="Ingvar Kullberg;11/13/2010"
layer:
caption="M1" opacity=100 method=multipass
mapping:
center=-1.2870081295621/0.05186972815783 magn=4893.668
formula:
maxiter=25000 filename="sp3.ufm" entry="HepticParameterspace3"
p_PlottedPlane="1.(a-real,a-imag)" p_M=M1 p_SetBorders=no p_hide=yes
p_areal=0.0 p_aimag=0.0 p_breal=0.5 p_bimag=0.0 p_creal=0.5
p_cimag=0.0 p_dreal=0.5 p_dimag=0.0 p_ereal=0.5 p_eimag=0.0
p_freal=0.0 p_fimag=0.0 p_xrot=0.0 p_yrot=0.0 p_xrott=0.0
p_yrott=0.0 p_xrotu=0.0 p_yrotu=0.0 p_xrotv=0.0 p_yrotv=0.0
p_xrotr=0.0 p_yrotr=0.0 p_xrots=0.0 p_yrots=0.0 p_xrota=0.0
p_yrota=0.0 p_xrotb=0.0 p_yrotb=0.0 p_xrotc=0.0 p_yrotc=0.0
p_xrotd=0.0 p_yrotd=0.0 p_zrot=0.0 p_LocalRot=no p_diff=no
p_bailout=100.0 p_dbailout=1E-6
inside:
transfer=none
outside:
transfer=arctan filename="spr.ucl" entry="ContinousPotential"
p_auto=yes p_auton=2.0 p_n=1.0 p_numfact=1.0 p_scale=1.0 p_smooth=no
p_epsilon=0.5 p_illustr=no p_limiton=no p_limit=0.1 p_index3=0.0
p_index1=0.99 p_index2=0.0 p_speed=0.5 p_acc=1.0 p_clog=yes
p_power=2.0 p_reversed=no p_test=no p_testvalue=0.7 p_index4=0.29
gradient:
smooth=yes rotation=74 index=38 color=17919 index=97 color=62945
index=148 color=2170435 index=198 color=65530 index=227 color=329215
index=290 color=11075591 index=374 color=32
opacity:
smooth=no index=0 opacity=255
}
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:iconkisa-kyou:
Kisa-kyou Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2011
ooooh this is really quite lovely
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:iconfractalmonster:
FractalMonster Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2011
:aww: thank you SO much :blushes:
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:icondementista:
dementista Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2011  Professional Photographer
i love this one
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:iconfractalmonster:
FractalMonster Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2011
:aww: thank you :)
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:iconbobarob:
bobarob Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2010
This one is pretty too!
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:iconfractalmonster:
FractalMonster Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2010
Thank you :blushes: you apparently like my raw fractals :wow: BTW, have you heard about fractals before?
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:iconbobarob:
bobarob Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2010
no :'D i've no idea what they are!
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:iconfractalmonster:
FractalMonster Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2010
Then below some recycled info about fractals:

First: Check out the zoom sequences (only images) from page 4 in the pdf's [link] and [link] . The end motives are my deviations [link] and [link] :D

Second: In my journal [link] you have some links to short cool fractal animations I stumbled over at YouTube

Third: If you wanna try some free simple fractal software, go to my journal [link]

Fourth: Wikipedia has a nice site [link]

Fifth: Maybe you would appreciate my "Chaotic series of fractal articles" [link] if you have a little theoretical interest ;)

Hope you don't feel spammed :mwahaha:
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:iconniufox:
Niufox Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'm not quite following you there with all the dimensions and stuff, but It's truly magnificent ^^!
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:iconfractalmonster:
FractalMonster Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2010
:aww: Thank you :blushes: I have some links under "Artist's Comment's" ;) If you not heard about fractals before, below some recycled info:

First: Check out the zoom sequences (only images) from page 4 in the pdf's [link] and [link] . The end motives are my deviations [link] and [link] :D

Second: In my journal [link] you have some links to short cool fractal animations I stumbled over at YouTube

Third: If you wanna try some free simple fractal software, go to my journal [link]

Fourth: Wikipedia has a nice site [link]

Fifth: Maybe you would appreciate my "Chaotic series of fractal articles" [link] if you have a little theoretical interest ;)

Hope you don't feel spammed :D
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