Fractals of the Week: The Wing’s the Thing for a Fractal Fling
Here are a few images that I came up with over the past week, all of them Julia sets, some from a Mandelbrot set, and others from Newton or Halley method images, but all having a common theme: the recurrence of a winglike, feathery structure and an odd luminescence about them, or metallic gleam reflecting strange light sources like alien suns. I’ve sought to vary the ways they show these traits, and excluded images that differ only in their color maps. These images are as yet untitled. Suggestions are welcome!
All JPEG, PNG & GIF images in this post are original works by the author,created by
- Fun Science: Fractals and the Mandelbrot Set (vironevaeh.com)
- ↪ The lost fractals of Benoît Mandelbrot (wired.com)
- Frequently oFF the Wall, Friendly Fractals Forever… (buddhakat.wordpress.com)
Posted on Thursday, 0:32, January 17, 2013, in Fractal Images and tagged Art, Beauty, Chaos and Fractals, Fractal, Fractal art, Fractals, Julia set, Mandelbrot set. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.