How To Create Fractal Art: The Hidden Beauty in Numbers

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 “I started out with Ultra Fractal, which I have blogged about here before. More recently, I began wading into the murky waters of a freeware program called Apophysis. The two programs are very different, as are the images they generate. You can often tell a UF image by the bold colours and almost psychedelic feel of the work. Images generated in Apophysis tend to be softer and more delicate”…. <More>

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One response to “How To Create Fractal Art: The Hidden Beauty in Numbers

  1. Your photography is marvelous. I’ve used Apophysis and Fractal Explorer, but the Ultra Fractal program produces some great images. I’ll be back until I’ve read everything here. 🙂

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