The Phantom of the Opera fractals continues to breath with life. I was trying out a couple of new formulas and got a rather violent outcome. I think I like it. Comments, questions, and critiques are both welcomed and appreciated. Enjoy!
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Man, you are good! Gaussian Integer is what I used as well as orbit traps and the beezer formula. I think I rather like the beezer formula. I have used it once before, but I should explore it some more.
Well, there are some patterns I have been working with for months, so I can recognize them. Gaussian variants and Orbit Traps variants are among them, so that's why Nothing special, I'm not a magick They are both very good for textures. If you change the colouring mode on Thin OT to something like Magnitude or Angle, you can also get very nice shapes for backgrounds.