DinkydauSet's avatar
Perturbation for z^3 + c
By DinkydauSet   |   Watch
11 9 741 (1 Today)
Published: May 13, 2014
Location in the Mandelbrot set z^3 + c

This is the same kind of zoom method as was used for Mandelbrot extremism by DinkydauSet, now applied on the 3rd degree Mandelbrot set. Thanks to Kalles Fraktaler for implementing perturbation for this fractal! I zoomed very rough and fast because I just wanted to see what it would look like. I think the randomness in this caused by the rough zooming actually turned out to be pretty nice. Note how low the magnification is. It's because shapes are much closer to each other in the 3rd power Mandelbrot set. It really makes a huge difference and it does actually make it easier to explore.

Coordinates:
Re = -0.2754540800037159147988012245766986989506972491540947467271925358857405817448058964117420846278941156587617485329288010167448891783709099583442697498572354593057010236876313021869958635
Im = -1.2523370716385274901529790243876410633562501379385716110360708549830384058605721976908813696660026605671793807058250599438911013691966653022152293796500461847740317144649934836264947449

Magnification:
2^511
6.70390396496E153
Image size
4000x2250px 16.87 MB
Comments9
anonymous's avatar
Join the community to add your comment. Already a deviant? Sign In
zeuber's avatar
zeuber Digital Artist
Awesome as usual!!
DinkydauSet's avatar
DinkydauSetHobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks a lot!
Zeldroc's avatar
Zeldroc Photographer
you could do some very good biology inspired work with such amazing shapes and patterns
DinkydauSet's avatar
DinkydauSetHobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you
My first inspiration was a video called Metaphase. It's a classic. Even though I liked it, at the time I had no idea how much variation and potential the Mandelbrot sets really have.
Olbaid-ST's avatar
Olbaid-STHobbyist Digital Artist
Amazing shape!Clap 
DinkydauSet's avatar
DinkydauSetHobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you very much!
SeryZone's avatar
SeryZoneHobbyist Photographer
Wow! You did it!!! Cool analogue. And only 10^153!
DinkydauSet's avatar
DinkydauSetHobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you! Indeed it's not deep at all. Shapes in the 3rd degree Mandelbrot set are much closer to each other. The relative difference between z^2 and z^3 gets bigger and bigger, the deeper you go.
SeryZone's avatar
SeryZoneHobbyist Photographer
I have watched your zoomz z^10 and z^50 far time ago... Minibrots is so close... If we want to set zoom as 10^1000 we have zoom to minibrot only 100 powers.
anonymous's avatar
Join the community to add your comment. Already a deviant? Sign In
©2019 DeviantArt
All Rights reserved