Rust

Fractal Abstract posted on Nov 05, 2021
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This is a fractal made with Fractal Explorer, I did a kind of rusty style over it. The original was like a face that blew on a trumpet. LOL an old fractal hence the rust. Thank you very much for your look.

Comments (7)


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JohnnyM 6:03PM | Fri, 05 November 2021

If this was real rust, I would say its the most artistic use of it that I have seen! As a Fractal with all the visual cues of the color of rust, I define this...as a work of art! Well done! :-)

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MagikUnicorn 6:36PM | Fri, 05 November 2021

WOW AMAZING !

(LIKE&FAV)

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arthez 12:12AM | Sat, 06 November 2021

one of your best

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Koala44 5:42AM | Sat, 06 November 2021

Splendid fractal work,

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mininessie 6:13AM | Sat, 06 November 2021

fantastic!

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curveemark 9:22AM | Sun, 07 November 2021

great

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anahata.c 5:58AM | Sat, 13 November 2021

wow---full size, this looks like an ancient artifact (artefact)...like something you dug-up out of your back yard. It has the look of a decayed skull (I can see the trumpet player too), cracked and soiled with beautiful browns, sepias and pale pinks. The cracks suggest age and even irrigation. Great shadows in the "skull" portion of your fractal. This is amazing. I hope people zoomed, because it has quite a presence. (And I'm sure some symphonic trumpeters feel like this image, after a night of Bach, Mahler and Bartok...) Terrific image, Jacomina.

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