Apophysis 7x 15 and Photoshop cs5 – 107 views as of 01/07/12
An abstract composition in Photoshop. Flame inspired by the Puff tutorial by pm-art, #13 on AFT.
The fractal is one of mine created in Apophysis and rendered into photoshop. The 3d objects were created in Photoshop cs5, and the fractal made into a material and laid onto the 3d solids. The collapsing box was originally a cube with the sides moved, rotated and re-sized. The background was created by myself as a pattern, once again in photoshop. I have just started to look at the 3d possibilities in photoshop cs5, so this is really a very experimental piece. It is a real fun learning curve.
Featured in Cee’s Fun Artsy Friends group – 09/01/2012 & The Best of Redbubble – 10/01/12 & Fractal Combinations – 15/01/12 & Art Universe – 01/07/12 & The Group – 07/07/12

I am a digital artist living in Swanage Dorset UK. I create fractal art using Apophysis and UltraFractal. I also create work in Photoshop Every so often I enjoy a bit of photography, but my passion is fractal art. The copyright of this image belongs to viennablue. The image may not be copied or shared in any form without the expressed permission of the artist known as viennablue (Jacqui Forster).

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Comments

  • Pam Amos
    Pam Amosalmost 3 years ago

    I would say you’ve ‘cracked’ it Jacqui…..love the depth….the shadows….the design..wonderfully creative….. :)

  • thanks Pam for this most encouraging comment, I have yet to dive in again, this one was quite exhausting! :-)

    – viennablue

  • JHDesigns
    JHDesignsalmost 3 years ago

    I think you did a fabulous job hun and I am looking forward to more goodies in the future! :D

  • thanks Jackie, no pressure then? lol! :-)

    – viennablue

  • James Brotherton
    James Brothertonalmost 3 years ago

    I’d say your experiment was an astounding success Jacqui!

  • thanks James, but the eternal questioning doubt creeps in …. can I do it again ….. it’s rather like looking at that blank piece of paper ……. :-)

    – viennablue

  • Belinda Osgood
    Belinda Osgoodalmost 3 years ago

    Wow, Jacqui! Very cool! Love the concept and composition. The pattern that gives it all a cohesiveness and the title which sums it all up – great experimentation with excellent results.

  • thank you Belinda for this very welcome comment on the piece, much appreciated :-)

    – viennablue

  • JHDesigns
    JHDesignsalmost 3 years ago

    No pressure lol

  • CeePhotoArt
    CeePhotoArtalmost 3 years ago

    Congratulations!!! You have been featured in Cee’s Fun Artsy Friends group (clickable banner)

    Please check out our Challenges

  • thank you Cee for this most welcome feature, I am delighted and honoured to be featured in the group :-)

    – viennablue

  • Lemarly
    Lemarlyalmost 3 years ago

    AMAZING,Jacqui !!!!!!!! All over the world,dear friend.Excellent “start”. Love this creation. Marjut

  • thank you Marjut for this encouraging comment, this one is created in photoshop, I still fighting with Bryce but have nearly got something almost ready :-)

    – viennablue

  • Elfriede Fulda
    Elfriede Fuldaalmost 3 years ago

    This is so cool, love it !

  • thank you elfie for this lovely comment, much appreciated :-)

    – viennablue

  • john forrant
    john forrantalmost 3 years ago

  • thank you so much for this feature, I am over the moon about this one, much appreciate the honour :-)

    – viennablue

  • sstarlightss
    sstarlightssalmost 3 years ago

    Gorgeous, Jacqui!!!!! That’s a precious piece! I loved it! Inst fave! Congrats on your very well deserved features! ;o)

  • thank you so much Claudia for this wonderful comment, I am amazed by the features, but very pleased :-)

    – viennablue

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