Mandelbulb3D Apollo dIFS TutorialWell, I've seen you really enjoyed mine and most of you asked me for tutorial! Alright, here it comes. Be sure you do only amazing pieces with this!! ..More Like This
I hope you opened Mandelbulb3D... Now Let's start.. But it's not easy as it seems to be!
1. Click Fo.2 (2nd Slot) in Formulas window, and insert here Apollo2DIFS - It's located in last (3rd) dIFS collumn! (Under amazingIFS) And now input these values (These are just optional. Different formula can get affected by different rotation, PolyFold, etc.) and change Max. iterations from 60 to 10
Add X1: 0 (keep unchanged)
Add X2: 0 (keep unchanged)
Mul Z: 0.65 - 0.85
RotationX: -1.5 -1.9
RotationY: 5.9 6.4
RotationZ: 0 (keep unchanged)
Polyfold Order: 12-44 (determines number of petals of your future flower, this value range is recommended)
Global XY-Scale: 0,05 - 0.1
Final add X: 15 - 20
Now It's not easy to choose from formulas which decorates flower, or which makes these wonderful petals...
How To Fractal WellFractal Art WeekMore Like This
A warm hello to the fractal community from heavenriver!
As a contribution to the upcoming Project Educate: Fractal Week, I present you with this article which will focus on (hopefully) useful advice on how to make your fractals better, by paying attention to a few simple, yet crucial components of fractal art. I will be using my own fractals as examples, not because I think they are the best of the best, but rather because there is criticism to do, and I would rather not inadvertently hurt anyone's feelings by taking their own fractals as examples.
Point #1: Colouring
A BAD example of colouring:
What is wrong with this? Contrast and balance. The former is exaggerate; the latter is nonexistent. Just to name one, the purple areas stand out too much overall, compared to the other colours; it's as if we had nothing else at all. The yellow at top kind of stands out too,