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Planet TIA

Deagol
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This is Rick's fault. He had to go and challenge me not to push the sphere button...

For what it's worth, TIA stands for Triangle Inequality Average. It lives in the UF standard folder. The fractal formula is the Julia that is also in the standard folder.

All of these images are spin offs from an image that was originally called Harry Hood which was on the cover on the 2004 Fractal Universe calendar. An improved version of this image is on the cover of the 2005 calendar. It is also a child of Harry.

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Dec 4, 2004 7:53:03 pm
WOW !!!!! VERY NICE!!!

by hairdresser Homepage »

Dec 4, 2004 7:54:05 pm
These "Tia's" are knocking me OUT! They are so incredibly beautiful. Your spheres are still Primo. So when are you going to do a tutorial on 'sphere making'? I know one thing, you could walk me thru step by step, and I don't think I could ever make anything this beautiful. Few can.

by avalonfaayre Homepage »

Dec 4, 2004 8:18:12 pm
Fantastic image, Kieth! I really love the smooth flowing line and the lighting in this one! Maybe one day I'll get UF, work like this is inspiring! Is there a tut for the spheres?

by paragon5 Homepage »

Dec 4, 2004 8:19:39 pm
Gorgeous as only you can make them.

by kansas Homepage »

Dec 4, 2004 8:26:25 pm
wow, what a positive world. lovely picture

by ulliroyal Homepage »

Dec 4, 2004 8:33:31 pm
simply put incredible work !!!!

by Richardphotos Homepage »

Dec 4, 2004 8:53:08 pm
Wonderful!!! *Vote*

by RodolfoCiminelli Homepage »

Dec 4, 2004 9:16:55 pm
Well this is awesome!! Thank you for pushing the sphere button!!

by blacq_nyght_vampyre Homepage »

Dec 4, 2004 9:41:36 pm
Very beautiful! I love the soft colors and the lace-like patterns. And, of course, the sphere is awesome! :o)

by emay68 Homepage »

Dec 4, 2004 9:46:09 pm
That sphere button is one of my favorites. This is another great one. Thanks =)

by tazzlair Homepage »

Dec 4, 2004 9:58:36 pm
I really like this one! Magnific ~v~ :)

by maud Homepage »

Dec 4, 2004 10:29:48 pm
Amazingly beautiful, Keith!

by DreamWarrior Homepage »

Dec 4, 2004 11:49:07 pm
The colors are great and you've done a wonderful job integrating the filaments in the foreground with the sphere.

by kymarto Homepage »

Dec 5, 2004 1:33:06 am
wonderful and excellent work *V*

by melevos Homepage »

Dec 5, 2004 1:43:58 am
I like the perspective. Incredibly beautiful work with an other-worldly feel. So excellent!

by fractalinda Homepage »

Dec 5, 2004 3:18:14 am
Very impressive image!Great job!!

by VDH Homepage »

Dec 5, 2004 4:02:40 am
What a fine beautiful image!

by kenwas Homepage »

Dec 5, 2004 5:00:09 am
Another beauty! It's incredible what you do with TIA and Julia. But what truly amazes me is how you make the sphere so planetlike with one side in the light and one side losing in the dark. *V*

by mountmous Homepage »

Dec 5, 2004 5:07:17 am
a wonderful image!

by sittingblue Homepage »

Dec 5, 2004 5:21:03 am
Very beautiful! Wonderful how you did the coloring!

by Marit Homepage »

Dec 5, 2004 6:03:12 am
Oooh! I cannot think of anything to say that others haven't said before, but this has just become my favorite image of all times :)

by aztek Homepage »

Dec 5, 2004 6:34:03 am
Really nice work.

by bobca44 Homepage »

Dec 5, 2004 7:57:11 am
Beautiful fractal, lovely colors! *V* (:

by CarolSassy Homepage »

Dec 5, 2004 8:03:29 am
The way the sphere blends with the "non-sphere" :-) is really great!!!

by abmlober Homepage »

Dec 5, 2004 8:30:55 am
Astonishing work! I agree, the absolutely perfect blending of the pattern of sphere and non-sphere is inspired! Fabulous, and I love the colors on the sphere!

by CavalierLady Homepage »

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