The Imaginary Kingdom of Aurullia – Interpretation of Mandalay fractal by Subblue

The Aurullia series are Tom Beddard's interpretation of a fractal formula called Mandalay, a specific type of Mandelbox with additional parameters that allow scaling of the folding on individual axes, either in parallel or one after.

Tom explains that the upside of Mandalay is that you can get an interesting mix of structures without the obvious patterns you often see in fractals. The curved domes are due to the Mandelbox like sphere folding and the towers due to the different fold scaling of individual axes.

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