# Inveracious

is creating Abstract Gifs

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patrons## $0

per month**<s4>These animated gifs are based on a home brew Mandelbrot fractal**

program written in PHP.While the original formula is an iteration of "z=z squared + c",

countless variations on that formula produce endless numbers of

structures on the pallette.

Within a base formula, small changes using simple arithmetic

result in the generation of the structures within the pallette

in slightly different positions.

When the desired frames for a base formula are bound together

using an animation program such as GIFCON, the result is what

you see.</s4>

program written in PHP.While the original formula is an iteration of "z=z squared + c",

countless variations on that formula produce endless numbers of

structures on the pallette.

Within a base formula, small changes using simple arithmetic

result in the generation of the structures within the pallette

in slightly different positions.

When the desired frames for a base formula are bound together

using an animation program such as GIFCON, the result is what

you see.</s4>

**<s4>These animated gifs are based on a home brew Mandelbrot fractal**

program written in PHP.While the original formula is an iteration of "z=z squared + c",

countless variations on that formula produce endless numbers of

structures on the pallette.

Within a base formula, small changes using simple arithmetic

result in the generation of the structures within the pallette

in slightly different positions.

When the desired frames for a base formula are bound together

using an animation program such as GIFCON, the result is what

you see.</s4>

program written in PHP.While the original formula is an iteration of "z=z squared + c",

countless variations on that formula produce endless numbers of

structures on the pallette.

Within a base formula, small changes using simple arithmetic

result in the generation of the structures within the pallette

in slightly different positions.

When the desired frames for a base formula are bound together

using an animation program such as GIFCON, the result is what

you see.</s4>