Fractal Abstract - For All You Girls Out There

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Got a new abstract for all the girls out there.. :) Not a bad outcome in my opinion:

http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s266 ... dcb597.jpg
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And what makes you think us guys aren't all that sensitive? *lol For the record I completely love that one!
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Should i feel bad liking this because i'm a guy?





cos i do.
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Heh hehh.. lol.. Don't worry.. I'm a guy who made it and I like it too.. :p Pink, to me, is an artistic color.. It's just some guys don't see it the same way.. ;)
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I really don't know how you do those, but they're freaking amazing ...
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Thanks.. :)


*Here's a tutorial I did on the fractal abstracts I do.. :) It's not completely exactly what I do, but it is the basics on how to begin making these types of fractals.. Keep in mind the tutorial says to randomize the parimetors until you get something you like.. I actually go into edit mode and change up the mathematical numbers and such.. Just so we clear that up from the beginning.. :) I don't just hit a button until it looks right, then save it.. ;)

Apophysis & Photoshop CS2 - Creating A Simple Wallpaper Tutorial
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Thank you ... I'm going to try it once I get home ...
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I actually made that one my desktop. Always wanted to mess around with fractals but haven't taken the time yet. One of these days I'll get around to it. On the ever-increasing to do list.
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Cool.. :) The tutorial I got up is basic, but it's a great way to get started.. :) I use a program called Apophysis to create the initial "lines" of the abstract.. I then take it into Photoshop to "do my thing" to it.. :) Adding brushes to some of them sometimes makes it 100 times better. :)

*righteous_trespasser: Inverting Colors <--After following the fractal tutorial, sometimes the invert tutorial makes it look that much better.. I sometimes I find that if I invert the colors of the fractal, it just looks so much better.. :) And this tutorial is also great for other things as well. It's basically how to invert any image with a black background, so that you keep the black background and invert the other colors of the fractal.. :) And it's really simple too. :)

--Oh yeah.. I'd love to see your outcome on the first tutorial.. ;)
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http://io.dessoft.co.za/RT-Flame.jpg ...

Here's the first one before photoshop ... I don't have Photoshop with me now, so I can't edit it now ...
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ooo.. I like that.. I can imagine some brushing on that one.. Like.. The place where they cross is kinda' like my explosion fractal, and then you use the pen tool to make the lines shoot out from the center of the "explosion".. Then overlay duplicated layers to come out to something totally unique and nice.. :) That one's got a lot of potiential to it.. :) ;)
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OOKKK....

? ? ?
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I would loosely interpret Joeberts picture as "preaching to the saved"
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http://io.dessoft.co.za/RT-Flame_copy.jpg

now that I'm done with the first tutorial ... looks cool ... thank you
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Looks good.. :) Glad my tutorial could be of some help.. :) If you create an action out of it, it cuts your time in less than half.. :) I did it for the Apophysis tutorial and the invert tutorial.. :)
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http://www.sanbase.com/art/img/x587.jpg

How about this one?
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Sanbase, I'm quite certain you didn't create that with any fractal program or tutorial , and I'm equally positive that that isn't even a fractal, but instead created with that program that all you do is spam here.
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ATNO/TW wrote:
Sanbase, I'm quite certain you didn't create that with any fractal program or tutorial .
:D :D :D I do not use the "fractal program" - I've created such program myself. You can see the result of its work.

ATNO/TW wrote:
I'm equally positive that that isn't even a fractal".
What is a fractal?

Wikipedia:
A fractal as a geometric object generally has the following features:

It has a fine structure at arbitrarily small scales.
It is too irregular to be easily described in traditional Euclidean geometric language.
It is self-similar (at least approximately or stochastically).
It has a Hausdorff dimension which is greater than its topological dimension (although this requirement is not met by space-filling curves such as the Hilbert curve).
It has a simple and recursive definition.

Look at the samples: http://www.sanbase.com/art/img/x683.jpg, http://www.sanbase.com/art/img/x672.jpg - I used the same program.


ATNO/TW wrote:
all you do is spam here.
Dear ANTO/TW are you OK? I just have posted one image without any comments and without link to my site. Where is a spam????

Regards,
San
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I repeat, none of those images are fractals. They are merely abstracts.
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ATNO/TW wrote:
I repeat, none of those images are fractals. They are merely abstracts.
??? Fractal is not an art style, fractal is a method of creation. By the way: 99% of fractal images are abstracts.

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