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Evolution of trees

By DinkydauSet
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Fractal extreme, mandelbrot set

Here is the final version of evolution of trees, succeeding the prototype. More than 2 weeks render time for this image
I want to go deeper on this location, but I'm not sure if it's doable. I will need a lot of patience.

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fractalyzerall's avatar
Beautiful embroidery :)
SeryZone's avatar
Brilliant work, Dinkydau! I wish to you more patient, that you will can upload similar works!
DinkydauSet's avatar
Thank you! I guess I'll have to be patient.
SeryZone's avatar
What for about perturbation?
DinkydauSet's avatar
That may be a good idea. I already have the next stop of this extremely deep zoom in Kalles Fraktaler. I wanted to render it with fractal extreme for nice colors, but it would take so long...
SeryZone's avatar
Dinkydau. I have primitive fractal Movie Maker! It is primitive, it works with Kalles Fraktaler .KFB files, but support different coloring algorithms: sqrt(like Ultra Fractal), ln(like Ultra Fractal), linear (seems like Kalles Fraktaler). I can't understand, how to color frame with acceleration (like Fractal eXtreme). Do you know that???

P.s. If I realize Fractal eXtreme coloring, I would give my programms to you and you could render colorful vids in Kalles Fraktaler.
DinkydauSet's avatar
Sounds interesting! I am not sure how the acceleration works. I know the gradient speed affects the number of colors in the gradient while acceleration appears to do almost the same thing. The most important function in fractal extreme for interesting colors is "interpolate color". When you stretch the gradient using either gradient speed or acceleration, interpolate colors, well, interpolates colors which makes the gradient smooth.

Because I'm an artist, I don't use kalles fraktaler for any final renders, just to explore. I'm still using fractal extreme just because of the color options (and because it doesn't crash on my computer). I would love to use perturbation for artwork. If you could realize something to use:
-either gradient speed or acceleration, or both;
-interpolate colors;
in combination with perturbation, that would be very awesome! Then I could render very deep zooms and even deeper images.
SeryZone's avatar
So, acceleration maybe is derivative function of speed, but I'm not sure.
SeryZone's avatar
Fractal eXtreme use only LINEAR interpolation, it no colorful. I use cosine interpolation. It give more brightness and colorfully. I works about Bezier interpolation - like Ultra Fractal. Acceleration works with maximum iterations count, isn't it? For coloring I should disassembly Fractal eXtreme and... I must know assembler like professional. In code I can see coloring. 
My fractal programms use no few 4096 colors. 4096 colors makes your fractals more smooth. Now my program loads palettes from bitmaps, but I would write custom palette editor soon. I can post to fractalforums for about my program (How to use).

For about Kalles Fraktaler: if it crash computer - set in Task Manager (Ctral+Alt+Del) -> Processes -> right click button on Kalles Fraktaler -> Priority -> low. It don't make exploring or rendering slower, but you can work on your computer where you want.
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Keep a smile on :)

Pharmagician's avatar
Definitely worth it!
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DinkydauSet's avatar
thanks! I guess it was worth the render time.
Zepck's avatar
Ya, this is a really cool project you have going here. Very nice!
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