The Wolves of Winter .. you hear then howling at night outside your doors, outside your windows. You hear the howls even in the chimneys .. you wake up .. and you are relieved to find it was just a dream, just the wind howling, beating snow against the house .. or was it?
Been playing with Apo, not using scripts. In the options drop down, you can change the way things appear by choosing bilateral, or dihedral, or just the normal apo thing. This is a bilateral, playing with the editor (the little triangle thingies) and looking at the mutations.
Many thanks for all the nice comments on the previous post .. and the faves.
Dec 1, 2011 1:47:48 amby Bampster Homepage »
Now this a really fascinating image. I haven't done much with apo for quite some time, your recent creation makes me want to return and use it. Very well done, Rita, a most unique fractal!!!!! Oh, by the way, the wolves of Winter are not howling in New England, as of yet, but I am sure they will!
Dec 1, 2011 7:59:16 amby Savage_dragon Homepage »
This is killer! Pardon the run. ;) No, they're not dreams, I hear them all the time. Mostly coyotes, though. More strange sounds out here at night than most places in the world. Although, lately, its been some large strange rodent looking thing I can't identify by sight, living in my ceiling chewing on a rafter. It drives me nuts! I got to get him out of there before it drops in on me! That's scarier than any old wolf! ;)
Dec 1, 2011 11:36:17 amby mikeerson Homepage »
at first when I looked at this it looked spooky.... but they I thought maybe this is one of yor nice dogs and the face is manipulated... so I began to study it.... I see so many faces stacked on top of each other and inside each other.... You've got a SWEET MASTERPIECE here that you aught to market.... I'm seeing Owls, eagle, prairie dog, a spread eagle between the eyes, a diving eagle at the nose.... There is a lot of things going on in this - .... I'd recommend spending some time looking at this and coming up with a different tite.... Possibly: "Facing Nature"