What program would use to do this kind of composition?

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Please see attached picture. Copyright: Artide.
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I would assume it's done with a fractal generator. There are many softwares that will do this. Some stand-alone, some plug-ins. I've never used one, so I couldn't suggest anything in particular.
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Yes, it seems a program that uses vector maps and mathematical form. When entering "artId" in some form, you can see more pictures and they are all wonderful.
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Yeah, they can be nice. IMO, though, they can get boring quickly. I don't feel like there's a lot of creativity being applied when the computer is essentially doing all the work. That's just me.

//Now if someone was to create that by hand, that would be really cool.
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You can actually get something similar to that in Illustrator with the blend tool. Not as perfect but then I only spent about 5 minutes on it.

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Thank you so much!

Could you recommend any specific tutorials to me?

Ill try to do it and Ill show what I come up to.
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Hmm I don't know of any tutorials for that trick but I can tell you how I got the image above.

In Adobe Illustrator create two objects (either shapes or paths) They can be different colors, opacity, line weight, etc).

In the menu choose Object -> Blend -> Blend Options. I the drop down menu I picked "specified steps" with a value of 20.

Next select BOTH objects and Object -> Blend -> Make

Now you should see something similar to what I posted. Play around with the different settings and different types of original objects to get various results.

I don't know what version of Illustrator added this feature but I'm reasonably sure its been around since at least Illustrator CS.

Good luck.
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Thank you so much again.

Ill try this weekend.


Its because of you, who teach me how, that I create.

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