Xaos in Action

Here’s a quick example of how to use xaos effectively to highlight the most relevant areas of a fractal, while keeping the background crisp and clean.

Before Xaos

After Xaos

As soon as you have more than 4 or 5 transforms, the interactions between them usually start interfering with your main image. Adding a new transform can generate a desirable enhancement, but it will invariably have some side effects which you’ll want to clean up using xaos. This also simplifies the image immensely, creating a much stronger expression.

If you want a copy of these parameters for your own use, be it educational or as a starting point for your own creations, just let me know!

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