Sparkling Persognarlity  (UF0235) by barrowda
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Featured 5/13/11 in Brain Science, Brain Arts

Warmly dressed in glowing furs, this native of the planet Chillout III worships the dying light of his Sun, a Blue Dwarf Star in a galaxy far from our Milky Way. Threatened by global cooling, he dreams of a better life on a planet where there is increasing warmth…

Created in Apophysis 7x v14 following this tutorial in the Apophysis Tutorial Fun group. Rendered as a .png file, then blended with duplicate layers and a black background, mirrored and color adjusted with added supernova in GIMP v2.6, then saved in .jpg format, and finally scaled up in UF. Number 6 in a series of images generated with the instructions in the tutorial called Comprehensive Gnarls by dA’s Drummerboy08. Best if viewed larger.

Blue dwarf (red-dwarf stage)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A blue dwarf is a hypothetical class of star that develops from a red dwarf star after it has exhausted much of its hydrogen fuel supply. Since red dwarf stars fuse their hydrogen slowly and are fully convective (allowing a larger percentage of their total hydrogen supply to be fused), the universe is currently not old enough for any blue dwarfs to have formed yet. Their existence is predicted based on theoretical models.1
Stars increase in luminosity as they age, and a more luminous star needs to radiate energy faster to maintain equilibrium. Stars larger than red dwarfs do by increasing their size and becoming red giants with larger surface areas. Rather than expanding, however, red dwarfs are predicted to increase their radiative rate by increasing their surface temperatures and becoming “bluer”. This is because the surface layers of red dwarfs do not become significantly more opaque with increasing temperature.
Blue dwarfs eventually evolve into white dwarfs once their hydrogen fuel is completely exhausted.

Celebrating the milestones of 725,000 Views (10/16/14), 1250 Features (10/18/14) 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 and Artists Universe groups, and active in over 50 other RB groups as a digital/fractal artist using Apophysis, Fractal Science Kit, Ultra Fractal, GIMP and Mandelbulb3D.

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Comments

  • wolfepaw
    wolfepawover 3 years ago

    Oh, WOWOWOWO!! I like this one a lot! Love the Bright Light element at the top, shining down on Chillout III.

  • Thank you, Peggi! An interesting variation will be posted next; hope you like it, too! D

    – barrowda

  • Jaclyn Hughes
    Jaclyn Hughesover 3 years ago

    David I love this piece. The name is awesome and the shapes of this itself is gorgeous. Fabulous storyline hun.

  • Hugh Fathers
    Hugh Fathersover 3 years ago

    Very nice!! . . .

  • Thanks, Hugh!! Had some fun with this one ;o)

    – barrowda

  • walstraasart
    walstraasartover 3 years ago

    Love the shape of this ibeautiful fractal and that stunning light on top

  • Virginia N. Fred
    Virginia N. Fredover 3 years ago

    Wow awesome piece David

  • Thanks, Gina!! Hope you have a great weekend, David

    – barrowda

  • Norma-jean Morrison
    Norma-jean Mor...over 3 years ago

    SUCH A BEAUTIFUL STAR MY FRIEND AND THIS MUSIC AND ALL IN THIS VIDEO I TRULY… BELIEVE IN….YOU ARE SUCH A GOOD PERSON THANK YOU FOR BEING THE PERSON YOU ARE ALL LOVE, LIGHT ALWAYS NORMAJE.

  • Thank you ever so much, dear friend, for such a sweet response. I’m so glad I could share this image and music with you. Best always, David

    – barrowda

  • Azellah
    Azellahover 3 years ago

  • Thank you very much, Charity!

    – barrowda

  • Emilie Trammell
    Emilie Trammellover 3 years ago

  • Thank you, Emilie!

    – barrowda

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