# Amazing Box Spheres Tutorial

## Deviation Actions

Hello people! Nice to meet you there! Hope you'll enjoy!
I got truly inspired by 's  Mechanical spheres and also by , then tried on my own, and liek why not? They're awesome! Who wouldn't like them?

# Let's begin!!!

1. As first formula pick _Fold45single and leave it unchanged (you can try experiment after all things done then)
2. 2nd formula MUST be Amazing Box and input these values:

### Iterations: 20 - 35

Still not anything magical!
3. The third formula wll affect the shapes and varies of these spheres! You can use whatever you want, experiment, but there for inspiration i use koch_cube and left it unchanged for now.
4. next formulas is going to be again _AmazingBoxSSE2 (or Amazing Box) but i prefer first one, and put these values (they're optional):

### Now Is time to turn Julia on choose values, which fits your spheres!

X: 0,005 - 0.2
Y: 0.05 - -0.25
Z: -6.5 - -8.5
You can try removing and replacing the box for brand new varies of spheres and fractals! Let me show you some example i made:   These are only examples! I bet you can do way better! See you next time,

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thank you for the tutorial!

I tried something here fav.me/dagkjc1
Thanks for sharing. It helped me understand and learn a few new things.
I need help with one of the steps, when I use the _AmazingBox formula, I don't have the fold value, and for some reason _AmazingBoxSSE2 doesn't work.:/
In which step? For basical, I included these: 1. _Fold45Single, 2. Amazing Box (no _AmazingBox or _AmazingBoxSSE2), 3. your optional or koch formula and last mostly has to be 4. _AmazingBoxSSE3
Sorry if this not solves your problem, because you didn't specify it correctly.
Okay, got it, thanks. One other thing, I've noticed the fractal is really noisy, especially with the ambient shadows. How do I remove all of the grain? Sorry, noob questions.
Try lowering Raystep and stepwigth. (About to 0.1 - 0.05, just low as your rendering efforts)
Got it, thanks.
Glad all is fine now! You're welcome.
Looks great
I get really inspired by looking at you all making wonderful work!
Oh cool , thank you
No problem Patty!
thanks for sharing!
You're welcome!
Exciting and informative. Good job.
Thank you! Hope you find it usefull!
I will.
ty!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
You're welcome! Have fun!