"And" <email@example.com> wrote:
> "Bald Eagle" <cre### [at] netscapenet> wrote:
> > I was off coding some experimental patterns, and came across this one by
> > accident.
> > This looked like one of those things that one would probably look for, and maybe
ought be in the distribution.
> if you can explain why it seems that way?
Why the pattern looks that way, or why it seems like it should be in the
I would have to spend more time experimenting with the equations to explain why
the pattern is formed the way it is, but I felt it would be a useful pattern for
filling in grids - square grids, hexagonal grids, etc.
Likely if the pattern were modified and animated, one could perhaps get some
interesting visual effects.
It would be great to find a pre-existing library of such composite functions,
and then we could see if any more closely fit your needs for the tree-ring
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