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Edit (January 9, 2005): Changed border aspect ratio. Added Chinese sig in bottom. Hoping to get the print approved sometime soon, but the file keeps on getting corrupted due to the large size (I would like to keep it at 120mbs, but I'm trying it compressed at a little below 50mbs), but I also don't want to sacrifice too much quality for compression.

Edit (August 10, 2004): Realigned layers so that everything is centered. New border. Added my own name at the bottom. I think I'll keep this border scheme for future fractal works.

Autumn comes today;
The trees die beautiful deaths,
As dreams fade away.

Time: Fractal - 4 hours. Haiku - 10 mins.

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:iconnignag:
NigNag Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2010
Outstanding
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:iconfiery-fire:
Fiery-Fire Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Your beautiful fractal has been featured in my new "Autumn" edition journal >> [link]
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:iconkweeky:
kweeky Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2005
incredibly beautiful fractal.. :+fav:
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:icontrutholder:
trutholder Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2005
Ah, this is simply beautiful.. utterly amazing! The orange, golden textures.. the curvy maze-like shapes in this architecture keep your eyes moving, and searching again and again. Very nice job!! :D
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:iconbodx:
Bodx Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2005
:jawdrop:
Ok, I don't know how to make these, but this one is absolutely superb..... It's definitely one of my favourites!


:hump:
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:iconzahackiel:
ZaHACKieL Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2005
AWESOME!!! Damn good man!!! incredible :clap:

ZaHACKieL
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:iconmidnightexigent:
MidnightExigent Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's beyond stunning. :wow: Incredible level of detail.
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:iconthe-grenadier:
the-grenadier Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2005   Photographer
not agian
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:icondarkrune:
darkrune Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
Sorry, I just needed to add some extra stuff.
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:iconorange-phantom:
orange-phantom Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
brilliant. :+fav:
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:iconorange-phantom:
orange-phantom Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
brilliant. :+fav:
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:iconthe-grenadier:
the-grenadier Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2005   Photographer
howmany times have you edited this now
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:icondarkrune:
darkrune Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
Too many.
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:iconmike-b:
mike-b Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2005   Photographer
Holy....
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................
.................................. SHIT!
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:icondarkrune:
darkrune Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
Haha, thank you very much!
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:iconshi-chahn:
shi-chahn Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2004
This is seriously one of the coolest fractal pieces I've seen.. keep it up, looks like you're up there with some of the best! You might want to consider trying to get into ~FractalIterations if they ever come back.. ^_^;
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:iconthearcticbanana:
TheArcticBanana Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2004
You ought to make this a print. If I had money and/or a credit card, I'd buy it.
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:icondarkrune:
darkrune Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2004  Hobbyist General Artist
Trying to, but the source file's size is so big that it always becomes corrupted when I try to upload it.
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:iconthearcticbanana:
TheArcticBanana Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2004
Oh. :(
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:iconsystmh:
systmh Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2004
sweet jesus, that's amazing. it's rare that you find fractals that actually look like things. the patterns in the 'sky' almost look like they're portraying the motion of a falling leaf. the haiku is a nice touch too.

go yun.
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:iconnaturaleza:
naturaleza Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2004   Photographer
Oh wow Yun I love this its absolutely beautiful
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:icontstar7:
Tstar7 Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2004  Professional General Artist
amazing. the border gives it a nice finished look, too.
sometimes i wonder if we live in fractals.
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:icondarkrune:
darkrune Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2004  Hobbyist General Artist
They're in tree branches, the coastline, etc....they're all around you!

Thanks for the :+fav:!
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:iconcanadium:
canadium Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2004
I think you should write the haiku in chinese. It would be leet.

But as always, it looks pretty bod still.
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:iconpsykoo-bizzy:
PsYkoO-BizZy Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2004
very nice! Thattree's pretty cool.
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:iconalienhead:
alienhead Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2004   Writer
Holy shit. :jawdrop:

This is beautiful.
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:iconivy81:
ivy81 Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2004
beautiful once again, the tree really adds to it
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:icongeoffoir:
Geoffoir Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2004   Writer
Splendid!!!

Very beautiful!
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:iconinferis:
inferis Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2004
This is bad ass! How do you do Fractals? I've always been curious.

Anyway, tight fractal.


-David
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:icondarkrune:
darkrune Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2004  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, I use the fractal program Ultra Fractal 3, which costs a bit, but has a variety of useful tools. You can get other fractal programs for free, but their not as user-friendly in my experience. You can probably google up a list of fractal programs.

As for actually making a fractal, I basically just choose a formula (or more) and just play around with the variables in it, select inner and outer colouring algorithms, and choose a set of gradients. You don't really need a good understanding of fractals to do it, but it certainly helps a lot.
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:iconbubblephantasy:
BubblePhantasy Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2004
If you made a print of this I would totally buy it
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:icondarkrune:
darkrune Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2004  Hobbyist General Artist
Guess what, Allison, I just submitted a print...all that's left now is the approval process...
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:iconbubblephantasy:
BubblePhantasy Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2004
yay! i'll buy ^_^
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:icondarkrune:
darkrune Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2004  Hobbyist General Artist
Someday, I might hold you to your word.
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:iconcoldfusion:
coldfusion Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2004
Very awesome stuff here Yun. Seems like the culmination of all your practice. Awesome. Makes me want to get into fractals. :-)
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:iconmegumi-chan:
megumi-chan Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2004   Traditional Artist
Wow...it's like the new pointilism. The colors are wonderful. You have a gift for light.
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:icondispirited:
dispirited Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2004
Wow, I love the detail and the colors. Wonderful. o.o
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:iconselectiveamnesia:
selectiveamnesia Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2004
Still lovin your fractals. I think you keep getting better with each work you do.
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:icondarkrune:
darkrune Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2004  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you! :)
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:iconangelforgotten:
AngelForgotten Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2004
that's awesome! i love the details. :)
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:icontrippyfuzz:
TrippyFuzz Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2004
Kewl
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:icondonxavier:
DonXavier Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2004   Digital Artist
In light of spending half an hour on the phone with Megan, does your art have a deeper meaning, Yun?

And Ryan asked me to make fun of you for being obese, seeing as he is sitting not too far from me. FAT-ASS!

Is it fatass or fat-ass?
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:icondarkrune:
darkrune Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2004  Hobbyist General Artist
Collectively speaking, there's a shallow end and there's a deep end.
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:icondonxavier:
DonXavier Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2004   Digital Artist
That doesn't answer the fatass question...
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:icondarkrune:
darkrune Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2004  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, if the accent was on the second syllable, it wouldn't be pronounced the same!

But, yes, that's where the accent would be on (I think), though I did a horrible job of spelling it out phonetically.
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:icondarkrune:
darkrune Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2004  Hobbyist General Artist
It'd be fat ass in order to comply with all the rules of English.

The hyphen would only exist if you said "fat-assed" and by spelling it fatass, it'd be pronounced "fah-tays", or something like that.
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:icontikiman1000:
Tikiman1000 Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2004
you think way... too... much
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:icondarkrune:
darkrune Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2004  Hobbyist General Artist
:shrug:.
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:iconanli:
anli Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2004
Wouldn't it still be pronounced the same, except with the accent on the second syllable?
Nice fractal, very cool.
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:iconshaymacmorran:
shaymacmorran Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2004  Professional General Artist
wow. I ADORE that tree. :jawdrop: this is fantastic! ;)
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