This is my submission for this week’s Apo Challenge 20 being run by dA’s f—l—a—r—k. This week’s theme is based on the tutorial “Pythagora’s Trees” by dA’s IDeviant:

I didn’t have very much time this week to spend playing with this. I know this is a bit weak, but I liked the “apple” effect. I’ll be curious to see what others came up with.

Made in Apophysis 7X 2010 and postwork in Photoshop CS.

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  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarkeover 4 years ago

    WOW! This is really nice Peggi.

  • I’m glad you liked it, Bunny! Sorry for the delay in replying. I had so much to do at work I just haven’t had the time to reply to comments.

    – wolfepaw

  • dperalta
    dperaltaover 4 years ago

    This is a really fresh and fun Apo. I like it very much. :)

  • I appreciate the compliment, Debi! Please forgive my delay in responding. Work has been a bear the last week or two and I haven’t had the time before now to thank everyone for the nice things they said.

    – wolfepaw

  • rocamiadesign
    rocamiadesignover 4 years ago

    This is different, but I really like it. Sometimes simple is better.

  • I appreciate the feedback, Kathleen! I’m glad you enjoyed it. I’m sorry it took me so long to respond. I was buried under work these last couple of weeks and I just haven’t had the time. I’m so far behind!

    – wolfepaw

  • walstraasart
    walstraasartover 4 years ago

    Fantastic work!

  • – wolfepaw

  • Scott Bricker
    Scott Brickerover 4 years ago

    wow, nice!

  • , Scott! I’m happy you liked it. Sorry for the delay in responding. Work has been a real bear the last couple of weeks. Just now getting time to catch up.

    – wolfepaw

  • Julie Everhart
    Julie Everhartover 4 years ago

  • I’m happy to submit!! Now that things have settled down a bit at work, I hope to submit more in the future.

    – wolfepaw

  • Winona Sharp
    Winona Sharpover 4 years ago

    I like it. It is a very unique image of a tree with apples. FAV

  • I really appreciate the nice compliment. I’m sorry for the delay in responding. Work has kept me pretty swamped the last couple of weeks. I’m just starting to thank the nice people who commented.

    – wolfepaw

  • rd Erickson
    rd Ericksonover 4 years ago

    I like this. as everyone says, it’s so different. pearls.

  • I appreciate the comment. Forgive my delay in replying. I’m trying to catch up after a busy couple of weeks with work.

    – wolfepaw

  • doubleheader
    doubleheaderover 4 years ago

    Reminds me of a serpinskis carpet for the canopy.. nice work Peggi…=D

  • What a lovely compliment! Please forgive the delay in responding. Work has been unrelenting these last couple of weeks. I"m just getting the chance to catch up.

    – wolfepaw

  • Rupert  Russell
  • Oh, boy, oh, boy!!! I’m so tickled to be featured by Fractal Art Frenzy! I really appreciate the support.

    I’m so sorry it took so long to respond, but I am just now digging out from a couple of very hectic weeks at work.

    – wolfepaw

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