Windmills of The Soul  

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Uploaded: 03/21/07 2:38 AM GMT
Windmills of The Soul
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Apophysis 2,05 z+ beta 2, Photofiltre...All comments are welcome and appreciated.


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03/21/07 3:11 AM GMT
Sharp, cleanly delineated & with a lovely contrasting soft turquoise. That palette is perfect for this pic. Once again your instincts wre right on target, I really like this subdued beauty. 2 thumbs up !!
P.S. Killer title !!!
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03/21/07 3:15 AM GMT
Great work - brilliant colours and a slightly mysterious design which seems to draw the eye inwards and downwards, further under and further down...

It makes me think of an electric whisk mixing a cake. The two blades producing the intense swirls of movement, round and round, round and round, and creating deep wells and high sides as the mixture is drawn in and thrown out, drawn in and thrown out. I think, in fact, it is time for the spatula to scrape down the sides...

Oops! Probably should have mentioned you should stop the whisk first... rubber cake, anyone?

Very nice work!

- cfr
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03/21/07 3:57 AM GMT
Fantastic Larry, ya done good buddy.
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03/21/07 4:00 AM GMT
Really nice job, and I also see more than just windmills, but I promise I won't elaborate...just know that it's great in my book and I wish there were more people doing fractal work here.


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"You owe it to us all to get on with what you're good at." W.H. AUDEN (1907-1973)
03/21/07 7:39 AM GMT
This is so beautiful Larry ! But I am wondering why when I put it onto my desktop that it becomes blurry? It loses its sharpness. So strange. I just love the colours you used here. They are bright and yet soft. It reminds me of the seashell Liquefy I posted a while back, of the nautalis shell sliced in half...and your creation makes me think of the way the ocean currents actually form the seashells...very nicely done..V
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03/21/07 7:55 AM GMT
wonderful Larry and it looks very sharp on my desktop :) it an amazing 3D image - great title!
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03/21/07 1:07 PM GMT
It portrays the title beautifully - so many layers and so much movement - lovely :)
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03/21/07 10:49 PM GMT
Thanks everybody, and Verena, I intentionally used variations to give it that swirled, blurred effect if that's what you're referring to. I rather like the look myself. ;)
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04/05/07 7:45 PM GMT
I dont know how you do it Larry, but you do it extremely well!
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04/05/07 11:57 PM GMT
Thanks Harry! I appreciate it. =)
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