Almost all of my images from the last few years are the result of using Julia morphings that occur in the Mandelbrot set. It takes a lot of time and effort to find their location and render them. Therefore it is extremely beneficial to have a good idea of what the result is going to look like. If you explore the Mandelbrot set a lot you can do a simulation in your head. You can then zoom to the location and see if it looks any good in reality. In this article I give information about Julia morphings and how to simulate them with a computer instead, to get a better idea of what to expect when zooming in on the Mandelbrot set. I also talk about
For more than a year I didn't have any inspiration. Actually I think my last two submissions were even pretty boring. Now I have many new ideas again. I have at least 5 more renders planned right now, deeper and with more iterations than ever before.
I have so much to say related to my latest image submission "Trees revisited" that I decided to write a journal about it. I hope to clarify what I mean by the term evolution. Information about what it is is spread out over comment sections and deviation descriptions. Also there's been a breakthrough in computer-assisted zooming, which is what's helping me to zoom this deep.
This is "Trees Revis