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R-54360 Wasp Mandelbrot Radial Engine by MANDELWERK R-54360 Wasp Mandelbrot Radial Engine by MANDELWERK
Originally radial engines had one row of cylinders, but as engine sizes increased it became necessary to add extra rows. The first known radial-configuration engine to ever use a twin-row design was the 160hp Gnme "Double Lambda" rotary engine of 1912

The Pratt & Whitney R-4360 Wasp Major was a large 28-cylinder supercharged air-cooled four-row radial piston aircraft engine designed and built during World War II.[link]

The natural progress after this was to produce fractal radial engines, this development didn't start until the year 2112 though, and it would take 50 years more until the R-54360 Wasp Mandelbrot with infinite cylinders came into full production with the help of Mandelbulb 3D version 182.0.2.
(Some parts of the text taken from wiki: [link])
Mandelbulb 3D + Photoshop for adding my own image of clouds.
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Fiery-Fire Dec 2, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You have been featured in Fractals that ROCK!! pt3 Please enjoy & give much love to all the artists :blowkiss:
Journal link >> [link]
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:iconmandelwerk:
Thank you Iwona. I am honored! :bow:
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farnea Nov 23, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
crazy ... I'm getting lost into this awesome fractal art!
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:iconmandelwerk:
I am happy to hear that Max!
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:iconfractalbeke:
Very impressive work. I like it very much. Congratulations!
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:iconmandelwerk:
Thank you very much!
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:iconhera-of-stockholm:
Awesome!
I really must sit down and learn to use that program. Still haven't got the hang of it yet, but people seem to be making awesome things with it!
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:iconmandelwerk:
You should, it has infinite possibilities, so it will be worth the time...
Thank you Hera!
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