Featured in A Fractal Energy Passion 03-03-2011

A filamentous spiral from a Karl Geigl formula in Fractal Explorer. I made this for the Fractal Explorer Weekly Challenge 9 on dA, but I didn’t get it entered in time.

The rule for the week #9 was as follows: go to the author’s fractals and choose the Karl Geigl #002 formula, Function CTanh – view as Julia marked. You are allowed to change all other parameters.

Made in Fractal Explorer 2.02 and no postwork other than signature done in Serif PhotoPlus X4.

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  • saseoche
    saseocheover 3 years ago

    Excellent work!

  • Thank you very much, saseoche! I’m so happy you liked it!

    – wolfepaw

  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarkeover 3 years ago

    I really like this one. Splendid creaiton.

  • Thank you so much, Bunny! I enjoy getting out FE and playing in it. Ever since I discovered Apo and UF, I have neglected FE which was just about my first fractal program (other Tierazon). I still find wondrous things in there!

    – wolfepaw

  • Jaclyn Hughes
    Jaclyn Hughesover 3 years ago

    Gorgeous work Peggi!

  • barrowda
    barrowdaover 3 years ago

    Cool one, Peggi! Looks very “biological” to me – fibrin strands and blood cells in a micrograph of a blood clot, perhaps; that is a compliment because I love that kind of stuff:-) David

  • Pam Amos
    Pam Amosover 3 years ago

    this is beautiful…looks like something you would see under a microscope… :)

  • Roz Rayner-Rix
    Roz Rayner-Rixover 3 years ago

    Yes makes me think of microscope too Peggi… Something you are no doubt familiar with.

    Lovely image.

  • carlotta peacock
    carlotta peacockover 3 years ago


  • LoreLeft27
    LoreLeft27over 2 years ago

    oooooh wow cool this is amazing work fantastic

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