It is so nice of you to give this mini tutorial. The way you have dissected into easily followed frames It takes a secure person to show and help others out in the field of Mandelbulb 3D. When someone asks me for my cake recipes, I always give them the information. What you have done in showing how to layer bit , by bit. How not to go to far so it looks like it could be real. Now I know where to point a person who may need help. No on can thank you enough, to educate them in the fun, that we call Madelbulb 3D. You are also a little humble because anybody as good as you are, do not have to do tutorials. Sharing your work in this way, goes far above the be nice code.
I will. On another subject, your journal entry for submitting parameters for specific formulas, i.e., aboxmod1 + aboxkali, doesn't mention where it should be submitted unless you are referring to the Mandelbulb3D group. I just submitted to several groups. Cheers!
well.. I can't say I use it "well" but darn skippy I'm giving this a go... just now started even thinking about using diffs.... the inside tip here too is the 1 and 1 hybrid.. sounds like a good project for the day...
Fractal surfaces usually are not smooth... That is why you don't see an effect. Sometimes - many times it works btw. I always use reflects ... they add a great realism. you need an hi res to appreciate it