My dA historyOh boy, it's a while. But let me try to get it together quicklyMore Like This
I think I joined deviantART upon Mjoellnir's suggestion. He was active as a photomanipulator that time and I was pretty much in the same shit but I don't think I will ever get good at that
Quickly, I shifted my focus on 3D art and landscape generation using Mojoworld and Terragen. Through a tutorial which explains how to use Apophysis fractals to generate abstract landscapes, I found my (still) favorite fractal art software. I was working it and started to be successful in 2008. That's, I think, the year when I got my first daily deviation - at that time from Sophquest
I think I've been looking up to those people that time so I was really focussed on learning more and more about the program until in early 2009, I started my own fork of that open source software. In august 2009, Fiery-Fire talked me into sharing the result. Basically, I've been annoyed on how that old-as-dirt program behaves u
Ultra Fractal monthly Challenges Redux! Vol. 44What are these UF challenges?More Like This
How do challenges work and how can I participate?
Can I help promoting the challenges in some way?
What if I have an idea for a future challenge?
You can find all this information and more in the Ultra Fractal challenges FAQ, which is also part of our very first UF challenge, the one for February 2011.
If you already know the rules, then you're good to go - read on for this month's challenge!
You can find all of the previous challenges in this journal. Please keep in mind that the challenge rules changed after the 26th edition!
Now we can go on with the last challenge's results, and then I will introduce this month's challenge to you all.
Here is the
BLACK, WHITE AND RED CHALLENGE EVENTBlack, White and Red Showcase ChallengeMore Like This
We are taking a break this month from normal contests and challenges, but have opened up a gallery folder for you to submit your black, white and red fractal art into. This folder will be featured on the Home Page of the group, and the concept will run from today (10th August 2014) until some time in the future, possibly middle of September, or middle of October, depending on how many submissions we receive. A special journal featuring a sampling of the styles will follow.
Here are some examples of black, white and red images created in UF
Please read these carefully!