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Magic Flowers by denise-g Magic Flowers by denise-g
I was playing with the Sine-mod-III formula today. I think I've used this formula only one time before. Those formula is incredible, with it you can create astonishing complex layers.
Would you think that this image used only one layer for the shape and one layer for the coloring? Though the more complex the layer, the more difficult it's to find a workable coloring mode. So I needed to do some postwork for the coloring in PS. Hope you like it.

Ultra Fractal 4.0

Thank you very much for looking and commenting.

Full View is much better!
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:iconamorinaashton:
AmorinaAshton Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2008   Digital Artist
This beautiful fractal has been featured here [link] :-)
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Funygrl Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2008
Wow, that's some great structures for just two layers, Denise! I'll have to put exploring Sine-mod-III on my to do list, I don't think I've ever tried it.
You did a great job on the coloring, I always loved how well pink and green complimented each other. The framing is right up my alley too! Lovely work all around! =D
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denise-g Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
Thank you so much for the very lovely comment, Lin. :hug:
I found so many different really cool layers, I never can use them all.
I think with some the coloring is a bit difficult, but it's lot of fun
to tweak the params to find new wow-shapes or structures.
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baba49 Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
What beautiful colors :clap:
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denise-g Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
Thank you so much. :D
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WelshWench Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2008
Superb colour work and the framing sets the main structure off perfectly,
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denise-g Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2008
Thanks for the time to look and comment this one, dear. :-)
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silwenka Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
wonderful work Denise! I really love dynamic shape and beautiful composition. Border is also impressive!
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denise-g Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2008
Thankd you very much, Ewa. :-)
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Yenkoff Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Gorgeous!!!:clap:
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denise-g Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2008
Thank you very much. :-)
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Born-a-Zombie Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2008
Der Hammer!! *schreibt auf Deutsch :rofl:*
Das sieht total schön aus!! :love: Du kannst das so toll!! *dich beneiden tut* :worship:
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denise-g Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2008
Wobei ich es ziemlich schwierig finde die üblichen Danksagungen, die sich im Englischen ganz normal anhören, ins Deutsche zu übertragen. Außer vielen Dank für den :+fav:, fällt mir nicht viel Gescheites ein. :-)
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Born-a-Zombie Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2008
Ach ja? Das reicht mir völlig! ;) :hug:
Ich hab einmal geschrieben "Freut mich, dass du Bild XY für einen :+fav: wert gehalten hast. Vielen Dank!" oder so ähnlich. ^^;
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LaPurr Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2008
Simple in terms of layers but definitely a lot to see. You did a great job with the coloring, imho. I like the frame you chose to make, too, as its complexity complements the fractal.

Sine-mod-III can be very interesting sometimes. There are some great shapes in there...
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denise-g Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2008
I'm still very fascinated about the very unusaul structures or shapes I've found lately.
But to me it's extrem difficult to color these one-layer-images.
But I'm already happy to have them saved and to look at them in B&W from time to time...LOL
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Velvet--Glove Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2008
That looks like a pretty cool formula, Denise, and you did a wonderful job with the colouring. :clap:

I must remember to have a play with this myself sometime. ;)
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denise-g Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
This formula really is good for lots of surprises. I had so much fun tweaking the params from my start layer. I only think the coloring is a bit difficult.
Thanks for the lovely comment, Chris. :hug:
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rocamiadesign Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2008   Digital Artist
Very beautiful job texturing! This is a great example of needing to see the full view of the image to appreciate it. I especially like the shadowy lines on the flower. Sometimes the most beautiful fractals are the ones that have the fewest layers.
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denise-g Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
Thank you so much for taking the time and commenting this one.
I also appreciate the fav. Thanks. :hug:
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rocamiadesign Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008   Digital Artist
You're welcome!
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Lillyanna Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2008
I love your fractal :) I was wanting to know if you'll be posting larger sizes... like 1024 X 768 in the future? This size is causes distortion when viewed full screen :(

Keep a smile on :)

Lillyanna
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denise-g Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
I'm not sure what this meant: "This size is causes distortion when viewed full screen." Can you help with an explanation?
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Lillyanna Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
Hi :)

Because your image is set at 900 X 681 ... that causes ditortion for someone using a higher setting. Mine is set at 1024 X 768. So any images that are not at least those dimentions will cause it to look distorted when viewed at any less resolution. Most people these days have the resolution set even higher than 1024 X 768. I keep mine at that setting because I have over 5000 pics that require that resolution.

Keep a smile on :)

Lillyanna
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denise-g Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
I'm sorry, but I still don't understand your problem. My monitor is set to 1280x1024 and in office it's even higher because of a 22" widescreen monitor. And no matter at which monitor I check my images I never noticed distortions. The only thing I could imagine is that you use or look the images as desctop wallpaper set to stretching? And I'm pretty sure your described problem can't happen if you look the images with a browser. What happen if you look a panorama piece? I'm pretty sure if you look the images with a browser the distortion will NOT happen. OK, maybe I'm totally wrong, but I'm still pretty clueless....
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Lillyanna Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2008
I'm clueless also :)

Life is good ... keep it happy :)

Lillyanna
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obeyyourmaster Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is lovely!

:)

I keep messing around with Ultra Fractal but can't come up with anything that great.
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denise-g Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
The secret wiht lots of the formulas is to tweak more than one of the parameters to find some interesting shapes. And of course sometimes you'll need patience to find beauty. :D
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kayandjay100 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very beautiful image ~ I love the framing too! :thumbsup: :hug: Coco
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denise-g Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2008
Thank you very much! :hug:
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