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Kashmir and Concubines by Platinus Kashmir and Concubines by Platinus
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eismcsqrd Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2010
heya! where is the best place to start if i want to learn about fractals?? and produce stuff like this?
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Platinus Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well, for one, look into the myriad of programs out there. I use Apophysis and Ultra Fractal.

Next, hang out in the chat room #Aposhack, lots of friendly people to hang out there with and learn stuff from.

Also, there's tonage of tutorials and resources here on da, or if you can afford it, you can take lessons on a site like Http://visual-arts-academy.com :D
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eismcsqrd Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2010
hey dude, thank you!!!
ill hook myself up with those links after my exams!!
thank you!! keep up all your brill work! :)
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blessed-saen Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2010
wow...amazing abstract Mandelbrot. smoking good stuff.
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RockstarVanity Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2010
I can't even comprehend this as a piece of fractal art. I don't mean that in a bad way at all. There's so much happening, so many different textures and shapes, and it all looks so organic. Just...wow. It's beautiful.
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Phoenix-22 Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2009
A battle of biblical proportions is going on here. =D
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esintu Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
beautiful! really turbulent and elegant at the same time. nice use of the mandelbrot as well.. :clap:
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tbob Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2009
this is pretty damn cool
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scarletwave Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2009
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Screamchill Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2009
This reminds me of something from the 1800's. Great Job. :)
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