Saturday, July 10, 2010
Stunning Blue Fractals
Cyanosis - Fractal Art made in Apophysis using the Plastic technique. Choosing the right colours becomes one of the most time consuming parts of creating fractals that really stand out because the colours can dramatically change the way a fractal looks and the depth that is created within the design.
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Fan Dance - Fractal Art made in Apophysis using the Oily technique. Again, choosing the right colours makes a big difference to how the fractal will look in the end. Using the Oily technique throws up its own challenges when you have what's called "hot spots" in the design, these can ruin a very good design. I find that making the transform invisible is a good way to minimise the effect.
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