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Another piece of fractal art, made in Apophysis 3D Hack. This is probably the favorite of the ones that I have made. It's also the second and last one I plan on uploading for now.

Enjoy! :)

Reviews


very impressive

I'm a good fractals person but when it comes to the regular apophysis i suck horribly at it. you on the other hand are very good given what i said on the BBS please forgive for that. either way this is getting a fav from me.


Nav responds:

Hahaha, all the stuff in that thread is quite old. I rarely make art these days, although I'm nearing the level in math class where I might begin to learn how these fractals are truly constructed.

Thanks, by the way :)


^__^

I love the transparency... transparency is good.

The color choice seems very natural and some parts remind me alot of some deepsea jelly-fish (those small appendices on each "tentacle"), but the extreme symmetry of the shape completely ruins the natural feel it gave with the previously mentioned details and is the reason why I gave it a 9/10.

Very nice, nonetheless.
9/10
4/5


Nav responds:

Thanks! It's a fractal, so unless I decided to really screw around, it's going to be symmetrical. Plus, I prefer symmetrical art myself ;)

Thanks for the review!


I love it.

Love the colours you've used, good job.


Nav responds:

Thank you! :)

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Uploaded
Jun 17, 2009 | 10:44 PM EDT
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Tags
experimental
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fractal
apophysis

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