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This is my submission to this weeks Apo Challenge 36 – Liquid being held by dA’s f—l—a—r—k. This one was tricky because of the limitations on the flame:

  1. Transforms: 3. No more, no less. 3 Transforms must be utilized. (If this gives you fits, think xaos).
  2. Final Transform: Not Allowed
  3. Variations: Any. Each variation can only be used once.
  4. Limit of ONE (1) variation per each transform.

I hope you get a real liquid feel out of this.

Featured in Art in Math on 07-27-10

Made in Apophysis 7X vers 12 and postwork in GIMP

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I am a recent fractal artist, just since 2008. I have fallen in love with this type of art because of the infinite variety of form, fabulous colors and great lighting effects that can be achieved. The software is mostly free and I dabble with most of them. If you enjoy fractal art, please take a look at my gallery. I would be thrilled if you stop by and say “Hi” and make a comment (or not)!

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Comments

  • Judy Wanamaker
    Judy Wanamakerover 4 years ago

    So cool and beautiful! Wonderful lights and a fabulous design!

  • Thank you very much, Judy! That’s a really lovely thing to say. I’m so pleased you liked it.

    – wolfepaw

  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyerover 4 years ago

    Well done! There is a very liquid feel to this creation!

  • Thanks so much, Trish! I was hoping you’d say that! Glad you enjoyed it.

    – wolfepaw

  • Debbie Robbins
    Debbie Robbinsover 4 years ago

    I just can’t get over this stuff… lol it is amazing… :))))

  • Thanks ever so much, Cookie! This was interesting to make because of the limitations. It was a real Challenge to get something that looked like water.

    – wolfepaw

  • DavidGutierrez
    DavidGutierrezover 4 years ago

    creative..and well captured!

  • Thank you, David! I appreciate the nice feedback.

    – wolfepaw

  • John Poon
    John Poonover 4 years ago

    Absolutely love this, it’s poetry in motion!

  • Oh, John, you say the nicest things!! I wish I could do an Apo that looks like your food carving. Then I’d have something going on!

    – wolfepaw

  • GenuineDragon
    GenuineDragonover 4 years ago

    Beautiful work…well done my friend.

  • Thank you very much for the nice compliment, my friend! I appreciate it.

    – wolfepaw

  • linaji
    linajiover 4 years ago

    FEATURED IN ART IN MATH

    JULY 2010

  • Oh, Wow!! Oh, boy! Yippee! How fantastic! Thank you very much for this honor! I sincerely appreciate the support of work. It made my night!

    – wolfepaw

  • lorilee
    lorileeover 4 years ago

    Fabulous!!!!

  • Thank you very much, Lorilee! So glad you liked it!

    – wolfepaw

  • rocamiadesign
    rocamiadesignover 4 years ago

    This is beautiful. It’s like a light show in water. It would have made a good entry for the “4 Elements” challenge too.

  • Thanks, Kathleen! I had planned on entering this or Cloud Burst. I forgot and missed entering anything. I saw voting has started for it. There are some really fine looking images in it, too!

    – wolfepaw

  • SPFisher
    SPFisherover 4 years ago

    fantastic – love the colour and movement

  • Thank you so much, Simone! I appreciate the lovely comment!

    – wolfepaw

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