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For the psychonauts.
Apophysis 2.07
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marilisaargentieriProfessional Traditional Artist
wonderful plot!

How happy is the blameless Vestal's lot!
The world forgetting, by the world forgot.
Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind!
Each pray'r accepted, and each wish resign'd.

Fà che sia sazia...
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CasperiumProfessional Digital Artist
THis was stolen by Art4Love........just letting you know.
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TiaraShinHobbyist General Artist
Whoa, so much details... *stares*
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aereolHobbyist General Artist
Nice work.
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I agree with iluvbluesky. So what could you do with a peacock?I would love to see!
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Oh my, this is lovely. An explosion of "Peacock" color. Beautiful composition. It's depth of field reversed!
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Thank you :thanks:. It does seem to get crisper as it gets "further away" (I can invert it sometimes so further away looks either closer or just smaller). Fractals can play weird tricks on my eyes.
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I love how you play with blurred layers and perfectly sharp layers in one composition.
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Where some may call it chaotic, I see order and beauty...
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Thank you :). It's really cool that you see that. I feel the same way about this image and this is why (you don't have to read this if you are busy :D): The thing about these types of fractals is that I start with noise, and after applying the same functions (which move the pixels) over and over again to the noisy pixels, I get this image (a limit set). If I continued to apply the same functions to all the pixels in this image, I would get the same image. It is symmetric under this entire function system (it doesn't change when these transformations are applied to it). I think this symmetry looks ordered and aesthetically pleasing :). If I were to apply the inverse of these functions, I would push the image back to noise, which would really be chaotic (I wouldn't be able to tell at all where a pixel would end up).
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All the spirals
so perfect at distance
so vague up close
the quantum field
and no set orbits these.
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Thank you for the comment; the details do seem to unravel themselves :)
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^_^ Aye. Like yarn, or the "orbit" of an electron.
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psion005Hobbyist Digital Artist
Nice work m8, & congrats on a well desreved DD :highfive:

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Thank you sir! :)
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groovy, dude....:headbang:
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omg that is mezmorising, very beautiful xx
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RV-TIDEProfessional Digital Artist
Pushing Apo to it's limits I see. Deserves the DD.
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XercesProfessional Artisan Crafter
fantastic pattern! congrats on the DD- it; si well deserved for such great colours and such an enticing swirl of intense colour and shape
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this is a seriously awesome fractal :wow:
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Oh man.... i just lost 2 hours.. looking at this pic.. made it my desktop... im so high... omg its awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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ojad0 Digital Artist
very nice spherical
congrats on the DD
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Your gallery is insane.
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