Saturday, 20 March 2010

The fractal structure of matter

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It is incumbent upon me to submit to Apophysis Challenge #20 as it utilises my own tutorial! A simple mobius substitution, tweaking of the variables for the structure xforms and adding in an extra linear xform to fill the resultant gaps.

Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Concerto in F sharp minor

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My entry for Apophysis Challenge #19, linear/curl/blur. Been a while since I've done something like this: spare, elegant... Several renderings in flam3 required to get rid of those damned jaggies!

Sunday, 7 March 2010

The thinking man's guide to thought

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I think I just found some mighty fruitful territory for exploration ;)

Bored games

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Framing each shattered move, complete with own natural boarder. Yet no boarders were used, let alone harmed, in the making of this game ;)

The wristwatch tin

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A double Pythagoras tree carrying, I fancy, the look of an old biscuit tin, yet depicting fractal (ladies') wristwatches :confused:

Saturday, 6 March 2010


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Taking the Pythagoras tree a little further...

Friday, 5 March 2010

3 mad monkeys smokin' skunkies

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My entry for the FOOLish fractals contest.

Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Dance, Shiva

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Revisiting Pythagoras trees and applying some nifty cross and serial linkage.

Monday, 1 March 2010

Corridor to forever

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My entry for Apophysis Challenge #18, disc-julians. Rather than my usual polar orthogoniser (my coinage ;P), I've used the newly-discovered log as a final xform, giving an interesting hint of curvature to the perspective. Duplicating the julian xform and tidying up the xaos coefficients coupled with low gamma value provides the look of finely etched, almost screen-printed stone.

Stair lighting aesthetics

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Abstract Apophysis.