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What would your known world look like? Mine would include most of North America, (at least down to Tijuana) but I hope to expand it further.
Not exactly the design I started out to make. However, the puzzle piece took so long, I will have to eventually make the other design to justify the time I spent trying to get the top rounded just right.
I needed another image for my YouTube video of fractals, so I dug this out of my archive. I don't know why I didn't use this one sooner, it even animated great.
I first called this The Machine because of it's mechanical look, but when you look closely, it appears to be made of webs.
It doesn't look like it, but this is actually a fractal image, a repeating mathematical construct represented in 3d space.
There is something about this fractal I really like. Note the little flower shape is the whole fractal repeating itself on it's side. It repeats like that infinitely.
Mathematically generated Fractal flame image. A dual screen version of this will soon be available, that has the other wing on the second monitor.
Using the gears I designed for the Clockwork theme of my website, I put together a clockwork desktop background.
I had some interest in licensing an image like this, but can't get the person's email off a dead computer until I get a replacement part. Hopefully they see this.
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