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This image is a fractal made in Fractint with Lee Skinner's phc fractal overlay method.

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Anonymous
01/01/70 12:00 AM GMT
hello! You have an awesome ability of making beautiful and mysterious art. Use it wisely. Use it for Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior. You should make images of the crucifiction the crosss, and other scenes from the Bible. God Bless You.

-Correnna Jaskelote

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Anonymous
01/01/70 12:00 AM GMT
bible-thumper, beware.

-selfreichous

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Anonymous
01/01/70 12:00 AM GMT
REMINDS ME OF "'ALIEN" WHEN THEY LAND AND FIND THE ALIEN SPACE SHIP AND FIND "SPACE JOCKEY" IN COMBAT MODE

-DOUG GELLATLY

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Anonymous
01/01/70 12:00 AM GMT
IT'S WONDROUSLY BEAUTIFUL.......THANK YOU

-DOUG GELLATLY

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Anonymous
01/01/70 12:00 AM GMT
Cool. looks like it' s going to hit you.

-angela

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Anonymous
01/01/70 12:00 AM GMT
Best fract I've ever seen well the only one I've ever seen beside the others but what can I say? its great

-hoopwizz

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Anonymous
01/01/70 12:00 AM GMT
HEY-THATS REALLY COOL,REALLY "SOFT" LOOKING! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK THERE!

-WOLF-CANADA

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Anonymous
01/01/70 12:00 AM GMT
I agree with what Correnna says. I would also love to see images from the Bible and some images of the Cross of Christ. My site, http://www.angelfire.com/vt/stevozip/ could use some Christian pictures. Anyway, your art is amazing. Gotta love the pictures of nature. God bless you.

-Stevozip

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poolnet
03/28/02 2:55 AM GMT
Charles Darwin would have loved this treasure! "Origin of Time".
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foster
11/19/02 2:11 PM GMT
look really rad get sme more on the cas
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sr_eivel
12/22/02 2:14 AM GMT
Stunning image. But.... The fractal part of it I don't see much. Is it the background?? Or is the donut also one?? Maybe my definition of a fractal is all messed up... Plz explain. Thenks. Kewl anyway.
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mnmatrac
01/21/03 4:00 AM GMT
haha it looks rubbery. love it
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_Kitty_
05/01/03 2:43 AM GMT
i like this one! it looks so awesomE!!!
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~~Kitty
ozman88
07/22/03 4:59 PM GMT
nice caedes, nice ; )
(and yea whats the definition of fractial art? i consider it all abstract... thnx for the help! )
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*caedes
07/22/03 5:44 PM GMT
Benoit Mandelbrot (who coined the term fractal) said that it describes something which exhibits self-similarity and/or has a fractal dimension greater than it's normal everyday dimension.
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-caedes
PinkSapphire
09/11/03 11:23 AM GMT
This looks like wet clay on a wheel, I like it.
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zantac74
10/22/03 11:34 PM GMT
Usual fractals are determined by recursive functions on the complex plane. Complex numbers are of the form a + bi where a and b are real numbers and i is such that i*i = -1. You simply plug a number inside a function and then feed the result to that same function and so on for 100 or more iterations, and assign a color depending on the final result. Since complex numbers have two degrees of liberty, a and b, they can be mapped on a screen with (a,b) => (x,y). The different colors and different positions make up the visual representation of a fractal.

There are also so-called hypercomplex numbers, such as quaternions and octonions. A quat is a number x = a + bi + cj + dk where i*i = j*j = k*k = -1, ij = -ji = k, ik = -ki = -j, jk = -kj = i. By using recursive funtions again, you can assign color values to certain pixels in 4d space. By setting a certain dimension to 0, you can create triplets of x,y,z values that can be used to create 3d fractals. You can go to hypercomplex.org for quaternion art and a package designed to create 3d fractals.

If you want to read up on fractals and non-linear dynamics which is associated with it I recommend Chaos by James Gleick, which you can find at amazon.com.
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kileychristine
12/28/03 8:43 PM GMT
Very nice.
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giraffe326
02/08/04 5:01 AM GMT
very ugly!
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Shaggin00
02/12/04 8:37 PM GMT
My opinion is poor colors used....good idea on shape but not too sharp. Clean...sharp...crisp is what i like in a piece of art. It gives something for the eye to focus on making it pleasing to look at.
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sphynx
03/23/04 4:38 PM GMT
The complexness of the fractals behind the object seem to make it large. also the glare or whatever that is shining back at you gives you that feeling. I think its the light rays that sometimes shine back into your camera lense.
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I have no sig... wait! i guess i do!
kyanite500
04/08/04 10:50 PM GMT
The background really makes it stand out. That's some extra work and it pays off
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tommy62
07/21/04 11:55 PM GMT
Reversed reality???
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" Get the birds viewpoint on life"
DixieNormus
06/01/05 12:10 AM GMT
Extraordinary! Top notch. =0)
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assfarst
08/03/05 2:37 PM GMT
What talent you possess. This should be a 20.
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harryj
01/18/06 3:17 PM GMT
something different in fractal for a change i like it plenty
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barb_wire_babe
11/19/07 10:16 PM GMT
Nice work. Beautiful!

~Amber♥
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"Judge not lest ye be judged" Matthew 7:1
.kyleolayvar
12/18/08 7:19 AM GMT
fractint? never heard of that program, I might have to try it out as this image looks interesting.
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::Flmngseabass
05/10/09 1:02 AM GMT
Awesome!!!!!!
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