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There are several more fractals similar named, but are different in appearance, I'm still in the learning stage of all the fractals I have posted, Jan, not sure I'll ever completely have a handle on anyone of them. Thanks for your comment Jan.
I do understand what you are saying Ank, and Thank you very much for your comment.
Thank you, snooker, lovely comment.
Thank you so much, Pat.
Mandelbulbs are a new class of 3D Mandelbrot fractals. Unlike many other 3D fractals the Mandelbulb continues to reveal finer details the closer you look.
Shirley is this your first attempt? You did a great job.
I also don't understand that language. Hope you understand mine as I say. Beautiful.
Have no idea either what you are saying or how you do it. Just keep up the good work. :)
Love it love it thanks Shirley
Hi Fay, little hard to explain, as long as you enjoy them, that's the main thing, Thank you so much Fay.
Haven't got a clue what you are talking about, but I did enjoy the puzzle, thanks Shirley.
They do have a weird and strange attraction, these Mandelbulb fractals, glad you are enjoying them Sally, Thank you for your comment. :) :)
I know what you mean, chookies, I find it hard to put a name to these things called fractals, I just find them intriguing, glad you like it, Thank you chookies.
The strange and wonderful world of Mandelbulbs... Pretty spectacular stuff... I am enjoying your creations.... Thanks Shirley..... :) :)
Wow, I don't really understand what you both are talking about, but I find this one a very interesting one - looks like a ...... no, I can't quite get it - but I like it anyway!!! Thanks shirley:)
Thank you Jill for your lovely compliment, I do appreciate it greatly, I know exactly what you mean about never getting off the computer, I know I spend far to much time on my computer. :)
The "couter" is a horrendously misspelled "computer", lol!
Phenomenal!! As you know, be around this long enough, yousee associations within the fractals. I am seeing it here, but, it is in 3D which is totally awesome! They don't have an a mandelbulb app for my Tab, which is all I have here at Jekyll, but I have found software for the couter at home. The only problem if I get it is that I 'll NEVER get off the computer, lol! Thanks for a really great one, Shirley!