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Dragon Thistle
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Kleinian Tree - green
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Kleinian Tree - blue
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Under Construction
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Sky Dragon
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Hypersquared
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Purple and Violet
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Dragonology
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Inks
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Fortune Teller
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Leptin
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Unit Square To Disc (menger Circular) Small
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...I wonder how quickly one could train a neural network to filter out all these crappy anime drawings from the fractal gallery  
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The new editor UI
Long time ago (during the 2011 new year holidays, to be precise), while thinking about how would I want a new/better fractal editor to look like, I got this idea. I wanted to be able to combine different transformations in different ways, but I didn't want to get lost while tracing lines (like here, for example) - the usual way of putting nodes everywhere and linking them together did not sound good for me. Instead, I decided to place things on screen in the order of computation: - transformations are applied from top to bottom - transformations on the same level are either all applied at the same time - like with Sum here, or only one of
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Fractal Assembler
Or, for short - Fractasm - is the name of the fractal editor I'm working on. :pc: Though these days I'm finding myself fractaling more often than coding, which is kind of a good thing anyway - because it means that the program actually does what it was intended to do: makes it possible to find new ways of making fractals. To do this, I am breaking IFS fractal generation into pieces small enough to be rearranged and combined in different ways. That's why it's called "assembler" :) and also because it exposes some pretty low-level things, like number of iterations, for editing. Obviously, the editor like this is intended for users advanced eno
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davincipoppalag|Hobbyist General Artist
HAppy Birthday! :iconbrewplz:
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carlx|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy Birthday, Peter!
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Geonetique|Hobbyist General Artist
happy birthday
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Happy Birthday Pieter  Untitled By Alena 48-dc13z0h by marijeberting  
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Happy birthday :cake:
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happy early birthdayCake Have your cake and eat it too Birthday Cake 
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