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1 Apr 2023 13:57:48 EDT (-0400)
  Re: Suggest v4.0 inbuilt complex functions. (povr R7 v0.6.1.0)  
From: Thomas de Groot
Date: 10 Mar 2023 07:11:35
Message: <640b1e77$1@news.povray.org>
Op 10-3-2023 om 11:08 schreef William F Pokorny:
> On 3/9/23 20:51, Kenneth wrote:
>> I like the image itself, it's a very artistic-looking render. Like a 
>> painting.
> Thanks. :-)
> I'll attach another I liked while playing. Same set up with complex 
> functions, but much lower power exponents. Plus adding in some spiral 
> action in the middle.
> Another bit I stumbled across working with cf_pow() 'warping' is the 
> effective change in scaling from the origin outward makes it pretty easy 
> to set up images which change from a near constant color away from the 
> origin to something where the f_hash()-ing is clear.
> In other words, when the changes in region due the f_hash(), and/or 
> higher cf_pow exponents, are happening at >>1 per pixel we end up with 
> kind of an aggregate color. As we move to the origin things spread out 
> and and we get a fade-in effect. FWIW, I guess, but neat. Hints at a 
> possible general technique with on top of f_hash() for fading in or out 
> of near constant colors.
> Bill P.

Ooh! This one is nice! Going to download it: could be useful for 
something ;-)


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