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Fractal Atmosphere/Mood posted on Nov 18, 2020
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This is a fractal composite. The ocean, and sky were created in Bryce 7. Everything else was done using Apophysis 2.09. Everything was combined in Photoshop where some post processing was also performed.

Comments (4)


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jclP

7:23AM | Wed, 18 November 2020

superbe fractal et très colorer

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mifdesign

8:30AM | Wed, 18 November 2020

Fabulous outstanding awesome colours, superb composition. Magnificent piece of Art. I assume fractals contain the global information within any smaller local areas; the dimension(s) encrypting the pattern might not always be obvious and visible to our naked eye and yet, it is there. Cancer probably may contain lots of information we might not perceive, just like fractals' encrypted patterns not always being obvious; not to mention cancer is a living thing which - it seems - it forgot the ageing part. From an artistic point of view, we might say, fractals may have something in common with cancer. This is my artistic (hobbyst level) point of view, I know nothing, no medicine, I am not a physician, I can hardly read and write.

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starship64

1:52AM | Thu, 19 November 2020

This is beautiful work.

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DreamersWish

7:16PM | Fri, 20 November 2020

That is gorgeous work! Lovely


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