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Glass Spiral by =ChaosFissure
This deviation is just mesmerizing.
The mix between all those colors match perfectly and the real contrast between a smooth spiral compose of straight edges create a marvelous fractal ! (
It's been so long since I've used UF for anything other than making gradients, though to this day I enjoy how this particular image looks. I'm glad you like it as well ^_^
I prefer not to give out raw parameters for a piece of artwork in its finished state, however if there are any particular elements that you would be interested in knowing more about, I'd be more than happy to try to explain what I can.
I can note you the base layer (15/17 layers utilize this particular formula and outside coloring algorithm -- albeit they do have different variables and settings within them) if you'd like.
yes i totally understand that params of the whole image cannot be given like that, it was more like a rhetorical wish Just the name of the formula and colouring algorith would make me more than happy Currently looking for new ideas... maybe should go through some UF tuts once i find the time!
I thought of snail shells the first time I saw it.... Anyway, it's really pretty and how the colors contrast when compared to both sides but also work together when combined. What I said was probably confusing just now because of my horrible grammar but over, it's FABULOUS MAX! *dazzles*
The program is called 'Ultrafractal.' If pretty nifty and is similar to Photoshop; it might not be the ideal way to start learning fractals though, because it is a tad pricey (~$80 last time I checked).
But the fractal community here on DA is very nice, and if you're interested in learning how to make fractals and stuff, then, I'd definately be able to give you some pointers/links/DA chatrooms to go to.
Oh gosh, to have my artwork referenced in context with one of my favorite game series ever...I can't say that I've played Hunters, but I actually was planning on revisiting Echoes over the weekend, since I intend on doing some Metroid-based 3d stuff in the future
Thank you very much! I wanted to try and introduce a 'rainbow' of colors in a way that wasn't overly saturated, contrast-heavy, and an eyesore to look at. I think I'm much better at judging color (and contrast/saturation for that matter) in my pieces than I used to be.
And totally, although I try not to go overkill with spirals, I definitely enjoy making them