Thanks Thelma. This programme amazes me every time i use it.
Don't forget to get oranges and vodka down at Aldi lol. Our local milk bar is ever so expensive as well but it's also ever so convenient. Like you, I usually only get milk there when i have to. Aldi have just come into our part of Australia and they really are a heck of a lot cheaper than our Safeway (Woolworths)
Appreciate your comment on this one Thelma. It was one of those flames that was very easy to lose so there was a lot of saving and use of the back button.
That's marvelous that you've now got an Aldi, I love the shop. The tinned stuff especially is fantastically priced, that's why when all my proper food is gone, I make do with all the masses of tins that I've bought from there heehee. I only food shop about every 2 months, I stock up from Aldi, then I don't have to go out into town again for ages. The tins are the last things I live on, that's when I know I'm seriously low on grub hahahaha.
And you are most welcome Thelma.
Aaah, this just takes my breath away, Jan! It's maybe your best yet! I love it. It's so sinuous, shadowy, beckoning, and has a kind of ancient grandeur that is just beyond description. I'm gonna fave it right now!
The Apophysis 2.0z version makes it a lot easier to control the triangles.
The transform editor has grids that make it simple to measure the move of a particular triangle. I don't like the spiral function very much as it throws up a hundred trringle, making the delete triange a long process if you're that way inclined. Needs to be more control over that i think.
yes it's still a free one. The only reason I knew about it was because I belong to the Apophysis users group and although the group has a lot of mail in to my in box it is very very helpful. I'll go and look for the link later and send it to you.
I usually don't dive into fractal stills, very few of them stir my imagination; they have this lackluster tendency to dullness. This one, however, has something in particular that I like.
I think it lies most in the quality of the image, and the texture of the fractal lines themselves. They look almost like fragile membranes stretched between a supporting framework of subtle, skeletal material. Thusly, what complexity is normally lost in fractal works is more embraced here, the ad infinitum that is often shown but never accented in other works is brought out into - as I see it - an infinity of beauty.
I really enjoy this. How was it created?
This was created on an open source program called Apophysis. Fantastic program and they have a website. I have been experimenting with as few triangles as possible to pull some images out that i feel, have a little something to say and evoke further thought from the viewer of them
Try it, you'll enjoy thye experience and although I am only a beginner myself, any help i can give you is fine. Thank you for your very kind comments. Truly appreciated, cheers