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Where Do Fractals Come From? by wolfepaw

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This is my first 3D experiment using Photoshop CS5. What a neat program! I used some of my Apo fractals on the cubes (all 6 sides are shown between the 3 cubes). The background is another Apo fractal using only one variation and one transform. I hope you enjoy it!

Fractals made in Apophysis 7X v15 and postwork and 3D work done in Photoshop CS5.

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abstract, fractal, collage, 3d, apophysis, photoshop, stars, cubes, color, wolfepaw

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

  • Druidstorm
    Druidstormabout 3 years ago

    From the dreams of Math my friend! Beautifully crafted!!!…)o(

  • Dreams of Math! I love it! Thank you so much for your lovely comment!! I really appreciate it!

    – wolfepaw

  • paintingsheep
    paintingsheepabout 3 years ago

    Creative and excellent work!

  • Thanks ever so much for the wonderful compliment!

    – wolfepaw

  • James Brotherton
    James Brothertonabout 3 years ago

    Cool!

  • Thank you very much, James! I’m glad you liked it!

    – wolfepaw

  • virginian
    virginianabout 3 years ago

    Cool creation. Love the design and colors. A fave. -Judy

  • Thank you, Judy, for that wonderful comment! I’m so glad you enjoyed it and thank you for the fave!

    – wolfepaw

  • barrowda
    barrowdaabout 3 years ago

    Great image and a most evocative title, Peggi. I had tried something like this in Powerpoint when I first got started in 2009, but it only supports 90 KB images, and cool fractals like these deserve so much higher resolution :o)))

    Echoing the response of Druidstorm (Malcolm) I might have answered that fractals come from color mapping of the convergent or divergent orbital velocities of iterative approximations of equations involving solutions in the real and complex number planes…but I think a better answer is that fractals come from the creative imaginations of gifted digital artists like you. Best, David

  • Love your comment, David! I am having so much fun playing with the new Photoshop, but I still use PhotoPlus for some things and GIMP for others. I’m so glad you enjoyed it and I appreciate your kind words about me. You’re too sweet, my friend!

    – wolfepaw

  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarkeabout 3 years ago

    This is a very cool image. Excellent work.

  • Thank you very much, Bunny! I’m enjoying some of the 3D aspects of Photoshop CS5. I could spend hours playing with it! I’m so delighted you liked it and I appreciate the lovely feedback!

    – wolfepaw

  • vivien styles
    vivien stylesabout 3 years ago

    Love the title and image, I can almost feel that they are spinning around in a world of possibility…. Great work Pegi.

  • Thank you so much, Vivien! That’s a great comment and I’m so glad you liked it!

    – wolfepaw

  • thebeeper52
    thebeeper52about 3 years ago

    Nicely done Peggi!

  • Thank you, Steve, my friend! How’s tricks?

    – wolfepaw

  • rocamiadesign
    rocamiadesignabout 3 years ago

    This is really cool, Peggi! It’s like Fractal Surrealism. I love it!

  • Thank you very much, Kathleen! I’m having entirely too much fun playing with the new Photoshop. I keep thinking of different things to play with. I’m delighted you enjoyed this attempt/

    – wolfepaw

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