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In the beginning was the Verb, and the Verb was with God…
(Inkscape + Apophysis + Photoshop)
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Slam bam that image absolutely rocks dear Magnon!!!your precision to detail always amazes me………………the rich colours, the shadowing,and the entire effect is absolutely top notch ……………………. BRAVO !!hugs, Rosie xx
Hi Sweetie ! Thank You very much.. I’m a little bit obsessed with this syllable… and try to marry it with various fractal composition….
You brought back a magnificent harvest from Vancouver… My eyes thank You (The Blue Lagoon is my favorite), Rosie…
Have a beautiful day, my dear Pal ! :o)…
– jean-louis bouzou
many thanks, Scott !!!…
Thank You a lot, Sharon ! :o)…
Stunning!! I simply love the balance in this. I have also tried Apophysis to create fractals, but i am nowhere near anything like this yet! A beautiful piece it is…and an instant fav of course!! =)
Hi Geir ! Thank You very much !
You can create several layers – of the same or various fractals – in Photoshop… and try to combine horizontal/vertical symmetry, rotated, stretched layers (for this one, this is a simple horizontal/vertical symmetry of the same red fractal)… You can use also mask layers… so You can get interesting shapes or playing colors with setting various hues… there’s an infinity of possibilities… and great fun doing this :o))….
Maybe You know… there’s also another interesting software that renders very beautiful fractals… It’s called “Chaoscope”… and it’s free… You can download it here ; http://www.chaoscope.org/You can even create animations with it… a really good software…
Nice day and fun, mate !
Have fun, mate !
this looks like ALAH in arabic. is it?
Hey Lachinov ! That’s the Indian (Devanagari) writing of syllable Aum (Om)… but this kind of writing effectively looks like Arabic writing… Thanks for your comment… Will try to make an Allah’s name illustration.. Have a nice Sunday…
Om,,really wonderful work on this
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