QuaSZ   (Quad Surface Zplot)


All of the graphics within this site do not display any "titles" for their images.   The image's actual file name is what will be used in lieu of a title name.   Though if you find an image that inspires a particular name, description, and/or title, then you are welcome to send those thoughts by email.

This is only one of the various sub-directories within the whole Fractals website, where many more images and topics may be found.   If you find something that is unclear and requires further explanation, or worse still, in those rare situations where an error is present, an email notification would be most appreciated.


Galleries

Here are some of the created images, starting back in early 2001 during Beta Testing, all the way up to the present date.   Most of these were experiments in seeing what a parameter setting, function, color, etc. would do.   So just click one of the categories in which the images have been grouped:

Gallery 01 Gallery 02 Gallery 03 Gallery 04

Gallery 05 Gallery 06 Gallery 07 Gallery 08

Gallery 09 Gallery 10 Gallery 11 Gallery 12


Tutorials

On the various forums concerning QuaSZ (also known as "Quaternion System Z" and "Quad Surface Zplot", there have been many items discussed, specifically how areas of the program function.   Below are some of those issues which may be of interest to the new (as well as the more experienced) users of QuaSZ.   I hope they are of some value:

Initial Basics Creating Palettes Creating Textures

The Composite Feature Various Other Tips


Software

The fractal generating program QuaSZ was first made available back around October of 2000, with it's history and code deeply rooted in Fractal Zplot.   But it has progressed quite far over the years, and become one of the most popular of all the programs with which Terry W. Gintz has developed.   The following are some locations where this program (and several others) may be obtained:

at MysticFractal:   QuaSZ x32 Quasz x32 Trial
  QuaSZ x64 Quasz x64 Trial

at Nahee Enterprises:   Quasz x32 Quasz x64

If you find something that requires further explanation, or is still unclear, then please send an email.   And in those rare situations where an error is present, an email notification would be most appreciated.


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