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Variations based on polynomial Julia sets. For escape time fractals, the formula is z → z^n + c. For flames, the mapping is reversed and the “+ c” part is done by the affine transform, so these variations basically take the root of the input taken as a complex number, returning one of the results at random.
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Peggi 2 Fractal flame, copy the code using the copy button and paste into Jwildfire
Peggi Challenge Fractal flame, copy the code using the copy button and paste into Jwildfire
Just a quickie, this is an entry for a new game based on the Linear randoms, (where you create a random batch of flames).
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My artworks reveal the holofractographic nature of the universe. The journey to other dimensions, the archetypes, the ethereal, the quantic dimensions, the mythological and the oneiric frequently materialize, having a profound spiritual meaning.
A flame that again was a precursor to the Nature Scripts and it was itself derived from a flame I did that looked nothing like this.
A ferns image created with my Nature Scripts package, using the Submefern script inside.
This is an old flame, but one I really like and am sharing the parameters here so you can copy and paste into your JWildfire.
Another go at this, I know Shamrock doesn’t grow on bushes, but if it did (artistic license again) it might look like this. Anyway, I love doing these nature inspired fractals so leave me alone! 🙂
Shamrock Bouquet (is that how you spell it?) anyway, decided to get all back to nature, and create something similar to what my nature scripts do. A lot of subflame and curl action with post symmetry to make it all even.