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Fractal Madness Clown

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Score
2.97 / 5.00

Date
10/29/2010
Category
Other
File Info
800 x 600 px
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179.3 kb
Tags
madness
clown
sinister
fractal

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Author Comments

Something I'd done some time ago inspired by the "Madness" clown. Every element is a fractal, nothing has been reshaped, only a few different fractal images colored and blended together. (P.s. - "Bill Shroyer" is another one of my names, just so you know it isn't stolen).

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dashkin135dashkin135

Rated 5 / 5 stars Apr 11, 2011

cool

i would buy that as a doll and scare paople with it, i think it is great though :)



anekisanekis

Rated 3 / 5 stars Feb 20, 2011

scary

This scared my! ahhhhh



BloodShine5BloodShine5

Rated 5 / 5 stars Dec 4, 2010

trippy

thats all i have to say


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mindmaster123mindmaster123

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars Oct 29, 2010

Some complaints

I like but I think you should put more attention to the nose and this is very deformed face and nose is incredible off-the work you have done this take on a fractal.

But try to make a more rounded figure by removing the body and opening a little mouth, the eyes are well made but I think they are too far into the face and become two points in the space.


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UriahTWolfe responds:

Thanks for the advice! I was contemplating not even doing eyes, but then for some reason decided they worked better for other reasons. But to make it more truly "madness-like", yeah, I think I need to follow your suggestions. I'll definitely factor them in if/when I do a rework of this particular clown. Thanks again! :-)