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Advanced Rendering of Perfect Pattern

This is another rendering of the same Perfect Pattern. The word "Perfect" is used to describe a particular way in which the branch vectors meet (collide) during the growth process. This particular image is the result of a very long string of Color Logic iterations, as applied by the author over a period of days. New cellular automata Color Logic rules had to be developed and incorporated into Color Expansions' Color Logic tool kit to solve particular problems that came up during the coloring process. There was no direct application of color (for example the use of a paint bucket) in this image, rather all color evolved from logic applied to the original canvas of a uniformly color vector branch network grown on a uniform color background. The image shown is the upper left section of a larger octagon image.