...for chronic lack of not being able to doing anything decent in Apophysis.
As you have seen, no new fractals in over two months, and unfortunately, it isn't just not uploading fractals, I just haven't done any in two months, and just haven't been happy with what I have been doing for a while. I may be overly critical, but I like to treat this gallery as a showing of my good fractals, not just a storage, contrary to what people may think.
Anyways, I'm just trying to go back to the basics of fractal building, so if a new fractal pops up, it probably will be a boring one, but I'm just trying simple stuff for now.
Parameters to cool things would be good as well.
In other news, my academic career is completely f*cked up, and this week will bring a major decision. Some of you may know that I am a Mechanical Engineering major, but the thing is, I want to be a journalist when I get out of college (ha! I don't have to say "when I grow up" anymore). It's a long story, but let's just say either major would work.
Thing is, I just cannot do the math or the science to be honest. I'm in Calculus 2 and completely stumped.
Pre-Calc and Calc. 1 were passed with D's and I passed my two science classes (Chemistry and C++) with D's as well. Yet, I am getting A's or B's in my other classes, be it Economics, or Communications classes. The simple thing is, I am not the right person for this major because I am not truly passionate about being a Mechanical Engineer, I am passionate about being a journalist.
This week I basically decide where I want to transfer to and whether I need to drop out of summer classes or not. I wanted to go to UCF (Central Florida) in the first place, but thanks to my crappy math and science grades, I have nowhere near a required 3.34 GPA, but then again, the guy I contacted said 3.0 is the absolute minimum. Plus, I have to fight with other applicants for one of 20 spots or so.
The other option is USF (South Florida). I chose FIT over USF because I did not want to live at home, I wanted a car, and I wanted to experience the responsibilities of being on my own. I love living on my own, because I feel like such an adult, and I've always wanted to handle things myself. Going to USF isn't as hard as UCF, because the minimum GPA for their Journalism program is 2.75, and I know people who go to USF.
Either way, I need to find a way of upping my GPA to get into either program, so that's the other half. I probably need to switch my major here to Communications and see if that brings my GPA up a little (it drops most of the math and science classes), then see if I am coming back next semester to either re-do classes or take classes that would transfer.
This week is tough because with the way things are going, I am going to wind up with a "F" in Calculus 2, and a "B" in Physics, if I get lucky. I have to decide what I am doing by next Friday, which is the last day to drop classes, and if I drop Calculus, I have to drop Physics.
And yes, that means I will be dropping out of summer classes - but not school entirely.
Anyways, onto the fractals...Stamp things: