Love this one, colours are perfect, but what gets me more is an impression of microscopy, I really get the feeling of some cellular image, with mechanical undertones, nanotechnology, that kind of thing, A clockwork cell, it's a beautiful image
I prefer to say that it is amazing what can I do Software is just a tool like a brush and paint. No image is created without a painter. I know that there are people who just render a random batch created by the soft but this is certainly not my case, I assure you.
Yeah, it doesn't look "randomly" done at all. A discerning human eye has certainly been engaged. And yet, much of the power of it is the flawless rendering of nuances, complex perspective, and subtle gradations of color. In other words, if one were going to discuss giving credit where credit were do, perhaps in as much as one fractal artist's work overlapped with several or many others, the area of overlap might be attributed to the brilliance behind the programming work. Where your work is distinct from that of others is where your own vision and originality lie. I find myself easily seduced by the flawless rendering of computerized imagery, but it is defacto flawless. There's no question that you have done a wonderful aesthetic job with the program/s in question, but however one slices it the programs are doing all the rendering. That's just my opinion. As I said, the results are spectacular.
sure, I am just easily offended because from time to time some troll occurs, accusing me that it's all done by the program anyway... and anything that sounds familiar to this situation makes me angry, even though you didn't mean to troll the sh*t out of me. sorry.
Nope, I'm anything but a "troll". In fact, I used to dabble in experimentation with Photoshop that produced some similar results to your work, though less sophisticated because I only used flipping and rotating and mirroring. [link]
The questions I raised are the same ones I asked my self, and would ask myself again, if I were going to produce abstract art that is largely computer rendered. Those questions are out there, and it's not personal at all to chip away at them.
I tend to shy away from these ones I guess from the lack of understanding but there is a gear kind of aspect to this one that I really like. Also kind of like a really old rug or something...that came from an explosion of mind in creativity. Or...it could be cells ^_^.
Thank you I understand completely, I too rather don't judge things I don't understand and simply let them pass me... Would you be interested in to read an article about how are fractals created? I am planning to write one and I could note you when it's finished
Yeah I would read it if you sent it my way . There was a booth with an artist who was showing off some fractal work and, I guess was sort of explaining the algorithms(equations?) beneath them pictures but something still felt distant about it. I do like to be a bit challenged though, and these always draw me in a bit because they make me draw my mind towards astronomy or think of black holes or something for some reason...*^_^*