Persechine by Erin Jay

The so-called ‘windowed’ fractals have become very popular recently in the fractal art circles I travel, and I wanted to try my hand at it. Problem was, I never could get the clean, compartmentalized look that many other Apophysis users achieved, in spite of trying a handful of different scripts and tutorials. So, I decided to open up the program and attempt one by hand.

Instead, I wound up breaking out of the windowed mould, using the style as a base and then letting the ‘flame’ part of the flame-based fractal jump out on top of it.

Made in Apophysis 2.06c.

Erin “Amberwind” Jay is an artist living and working in southern California. She works in most media, concentrating on Fractal artwork, which she often uses as the foundation for other work. She has two Associates degrees, in Art and Business Administration, both of which were earned with highest honors from College of the Desert. Her fractal work regularly wins prizes in local art shows, and she is currently working on expanding to a wider audience for her work.

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  • JaredJames
    JaredJamesabout 7 years ago


  • Thank you!

    – Erin Jay

  • Leoni Mullett
    Leoni Mullettabout 7 years ago

    Awesome. I think your breaking-the-mould effect is astounding. Very well done, worth thr trouble tweaking it by hand!

  • Dorothy Venter
    Dorothy Venterabout 7 years ago

    It is very lovely. There are so much light – defying gravity

  • Nadine Staaf
    Nadine Staafabout 7 years ago

    This is so unique! Very cool stuff!

  • Carrie Jackson
    Carrie Jacksonabout 7 years ago

    Well however you ended up discovering this…it’s fantastic! Bravo on breaking the mold, I love it!

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