Luxe and glossy abstract fractal art, beautiful golden and brown tones, blue and black mandelbrot set in the center: Read what others wrote about this work: Like flowers crossing a desert, seen from above – Bragi Halldorsson Delicious and delightful!
Who said Fractal Art can not be hot? In fact it can be burning like a flame, take a look at this artwork: This work is one of my personal favorites, but let’s see what others are saying about this
For me Fractals are a wonderful genre of Math Art. Modern software allows us Fractal Artists to create lovely decorative works with amazing shades, colors and textures. But there are days when we need the pure and honest Mandelbrot power:
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Fractal Art is Math Art. They say that – generally speaking – Mathematics is more of a guys thing. Don’t really know if this is true but if so – does this mean Fractals are artworks for men? Well –
There are these days. Dull, gray and rainy. You don’t want to go outside. You need someting colorful. Something wild and crazy.
One of the Fractal Generators I use regularly is JWildfire, a great piece of free software by Andreas Maschke. This program has some really cool features including
Great Fractal Art is a harmonious blend of different factors: The location (where in the gigantic Mandelbrot and Julia world are we?), the colors, the textures and the lighting. Yes, modern software let you define one or even more light
When creating new Fractal Art I often have nothing more then a rough estimate what the end result may look like. It’s a creative process that can lead to unexpected results. When working on this Fractal I wanted to do