Elliptic Splinters  (UF0122) by barrowda
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Featured 2/14/11 in Apophysis Tutorial Fun

Created in Apophysis 7x v14 as a 3 hour render png file with backgrounds added in GIMP v2.6 and some color adjustment in MS Picture Manager, then rendered smaller in UF. Inspired by this Apo tutorial page initiated by Jaclyn Hughes. Best if viewed larger.

Hoping this might be a prize winner ;-)

Celebrating the milestones of 800,000 Views (1/9/15), 1400 Features (2/14/15) and prizes in the 2012 – 2014 CHANL Scientific Art Competitions. A Featured Member of Apophysis Tutorial Fun Group, Bryce and Beyond, Brain Science, Brain Arts, Digital Art at its Best and Artists Universe groups as a digital/fractal artist using Apophysis, Fractal Science Kit, Ultra Fractal, GIMP and Mandelbulb3D.

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  • walstraasart
    walstraasartabout 4 years ago

    An very nice fractal/digital abstract David. It looks a bit like a tree

  • Thanks for noticing, Thea! I think that’s where I got the splinters ;-) Have a great weekend, David

    – barrowda

  • Jaclyn Hughes
    Jaclyn Hughesabout 4 years ago

    This is awesome David. Loving those vibrant colors! Are you ready for the next one? :)

  • Thanks, Jackie! Built-in gradient called Klown-2 I think; somewhere in the 290’s if you want to try it. I also like 99 and 102 – gotta have bright colors for most Apo’s,eh? I’m totally ready for the next tutorial…you and Peggi were playing with Blooms when this all started, right? I was about to try that one myself when you pulled me back into Elliptic Splits. Btw, that’s one of the very few that FSK has written in, so I really will have to follow along in Apo from here on out, but I can handle it now. Have a great weekend! I noticed that Rene (now helping on TBORB) is also from Lexington, but it sounds like it must be the one in KY :-)

    – barrowda

  • Jaclyn Hughes
    Jaclyn Hughesabout 4 years ago

    I will have to check them out. Bright colors work well in Apo yes. I’m ready for the next one too. Blooms will come in to play, but not this time, trying a rather easy one this time around. I’m glad you are more comfortable with Apo. Rene is from KY, but originally from Salisbury… small world huh! :)

  • Hugh Fathers
    Hugh Fathersabout 4 years ago

    Wow!! . . .

  • Thanks, Hugh!

    – barrowda

  • Jaclyn Hughes
    Jaclyn Hughesabout 4 years ago

    2/14/11 Fantastic work with the Elliptic Splits Tutorial!

  • Woohoo!!! Great to be in on the ground floor of this group! Thanks so much, Jackie!!

    – barrowda

  • Virginia N. Fred
    Virginia N. Fredabout 4 years ago

    Interesting piece, congrats

  • Thanks, Gina!! Best, David

    – barrowda

  • viennablue
    viennablueabout 4 years ago

    great work David, congratulations on the feature :-)

  • Thanks, Jacqui!! Great to share with friends! Looking forward to seeing more of your Apos, David

    – barrowda

  • Jaclyn Hughes
    Jaclyn Hughesabout 4 years ago

    You’re very welcome hun! Thank you for being part of the group and participating! :)

  • maxy
    maxyabout 4 years ago

    Absolutely electric!!! Love the patterns!!! Biggest Congratulations on your feature! Excellent work! ;-)

  • Thanks so much, Maxy! I’m pleased to see you here, and thrilled that you like my work; I have several relatives in NH, and I lived in the Boston area for three years. Perhaps our paths will cross in real life (whatever that is!) someday. Best, David

    – barrowda

  • maxy
    maxyabout 4 years ago

    I hope our paths do cross! :-)

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