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featured in “Shapes & Patterns” October 2013
one more scrying julia(n) in stretchy pants ;o)
A main reason why I love fractals are the surprises. You never know what you get until you try it. Sometimes big changes in variables have no effect, sometimes tiny changes produce a complete change of the image. The effect here was not intended, I more found it by chance while playing with all the variables. And I was surprised! Looks to me like a watercolour painting on a paperboard or cardboard or so. That’s why the title.
Sometime it’s hard to believe that a fractal picture is 100% formula-determinated. 100% Mathematics. – Art in Math & Math in Art. Indeed …