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I do not see peoples :slight_smile:

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LOL! Good work with the eagle. Juneau has hundreds of American Bald Eagles roosting there, but I lack even one photo. It's just something you get used to; like them and Ravens stealing food from your grocery bags. :wink:

The summer "visitors" that arrive on cruise ships don't know that the white, golf-ball looking things in the trees above them are Bald Eagle heads. They never look up. They're too busy looking at Made in China (but rebranded Alaskan) stuff in the shop windows.

Anyway, good job.
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I think I'll call it Chaotic.

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It's not a cube :smiley:

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Panels :smiley:

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More cubes :smiley:

With Help from @SGS :100:

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Nice mandelbrots! Can you share the code please!!

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Sick! Very tribal looking

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A post was merged into an existing topic: Screenshots of Garuda Linux

Rings :grinning:

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This is really good. Just photoshopt the logo out and makes a sweet background. Where did you find it? Any bigger resolutions?

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Garuda Framework :grinning:

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adjust cx cy for changing the shape.. also btw at 4k i run out of ram some times. so be careful with resolutions. Shamefully lifted it off this article.

# Python code for Julia Fractal
from PIL import Image
# driver function
if __name__ == "__main__":

    # setting the width, height and zoom
    # of the image to be created
    w, h, zoom = 1600, 900, 1

    # creating the new image in RGB mode
    bitmap = Image.new("RGB", (w, h), "white")

    # Allocating the storage for the image and
    # loading the pixel data.
    pix = bitmap.load()

    # setting up the variables according to
    # the equation to  create the fractal
    cX, cY = -0.1, 0.1420
    moveX, moveY = 0.0, 0.0
    maxIter = 255

    for x in range(w):
        for y in range(h):
            zx = 1.5 * (x - w / 2) / (0.5 * zoom * w) + moveX
            zy = 1.0 * (y - h / 2) / (0.5 * zoom * h) + moveY
            i = maxIter
            while zx * zx + zy * zy < 4 and i > 1:
                tmp = zx * zx - zy * zy + cX
                zy, zx = 2.0 * zx * zy + cY, tmp
                i -= 1

            # convert byte to RGB (3 bytes), kinda
            # magic to get nice colors
            pix[x, y] = (i << 21) + (i << 10) + i * 8

    # to display the created fractal
    bitmap.show()
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Imgur
its an animation.

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Thank-you, in return, here is one I made with javascript: siggines.github.io/fractals at master ยท siggines/siggines.github.io ยท GitHub

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noice. im literally in my 1st year of CS so this will be of great study use for me.

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BSPWM :smiley:

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Garuda :smiley:

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For a given occasion

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Refreshing of a mixture

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