- Flame Fractals continue to dazzle
- Amazing flame fractals take your breath away
- 3D Flame Fractals
- Flame Fractals continue to dazzle
- Incredible flame fractals take you through the wormhole
- Chaoscope fractals showcase the beauty of chaos
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Cooler than my spirograph, just wired! Maybe I can score some chics with it, like, "come up to my place and check out my fractals"?
The images do spike ones imagination as to what the images say to them. I have quite a few favorites
Excellent work. My son is into this stuff too. I understand it takes a lot of processor power to render these things.
Absolutely Stunning!!! I Just Love Fractals......they are deeper than a kolidescope, and even more Amazing!!! Blessed be, kelly
"For His invisible qualities are clearly seen from the world's creation onward . . . so that they are inexcusable"
You can immediately see why fractals are so beautiful: they are everywhere in the nature, andnature is so beautiful because we highly depend on them. They are also sobeautoful because of the perfection of mathematics from which they are derived. This has a conclusion: nature is so perfect that we can't finish studying it, even though it is based on fundamentally simple rules thatwe have still not completely discovered. Which fractals do you find the most beautiful? those that are the nearest from the fundamentl rulesfrom which they are derived, or that exhibit clearly a part of these rulesbyshowing repetition of patterns and clear structures. Really, this workis marvellous, because it can demonstrate many levels of regularity simultaneously, in a way similar to what wecansee in nature (nature is even more perfect because it combines many more levels of patterns). I'd like to see some works from this authors, trying to model some other marvelous natural features like clouds, flowers, trees, hair and skins of animals (and humans). This could be useful for common applications we use today to give more realism: notably for 3D modeling in architecture, in games... I think this is possible, but may be the beauty of this work is that it creates a second nature, totally different from it but so similar: it's the place from imagination and dreams, the place for artists.
I'm pretty sure that Fabbers would be able to make these images a physical reality in some medium...
it be must an intelligence out of this world that has created the universe in the 1st place others call Him G_D.
Is there a Mac equivalent to Apophis 2.0? Try Zazzle. http://www.fractaldomains.com
Seems like a good meditation tool. The feather look gives a sense of freedom to set your mind to clear itself.
This is the definition of mind-blowing. . .you could just spend hours looking at it. Never mind what it is. . .it just is.
Why is it that all these brilliant fractal images have a name except for image six (6) in this sequence?
Brilliant. Shame the bloody stupid moving advert on the right side of your screen had to be so distracting and irritating. neil
You have a glazier to put these pics to glass (in 2 dimension). The company is called SGO Designer Glass in Fort Wayne, IN. They can print an overlay that is applied to the smooth tempered glass replicating the pics.
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Old Knots will definitely fit in as a front cover on a rock music album!! Fire, Eye see you and Rabbit hole is also one of my favourites!
These are absolutely magnificent! Are they pictures of something or did you do it all with the software?
The earth was without form and void (chaos, which fractals come from - chaos theory)...the Spirit of God moved... beauty from chaos ensued...the world, indeed the universe, is formed from mathematical principles. Math is the basis of music, enables art, makes chemistry possible, we have only begun to explore mathematics, etc., etc., and IMO when we have reached until we plumb the depths and heights of mathematics we will all, atheist and believer alike, find Him waiting patiently (as ever) for us. I just wish I didn't see numbers upside down and backwards...and could learn more than I have. But as one does not have to know how to paint to enjoy art, or how to play an instrument to appreciate music, or how to balance a chemical equation to benefit from its results, thankfully I don't have to worry about how I see numbers to enjoy the results when they are so beautifully displayed. THANKS.
me gusto espero poder llegar a hacer algo parecido descargue el programa mis felicitaciones al autor
Thanks to you, also. Your mind may see numbers upside down and backwards, but your artistic writing and form of expression is beauty as well. email@example.com