Inspirational Fractal Art

Inspirational Fractal Art

Fractal ArtSomething I stumbled onto this week are these amazing fractal art works, they’re just amazing!.
the thumbnail preview doesn’t show much so you should check out the high resolutions formats to see its true beauty.

I do doubt that they are purely fractal but that doesn’t change the fact that its beautiful!! when the author artofpain was asked how he did these he replied with “trade secrets” :)

Fractal Wolf

Fractal Cheetah 1

Fractal Cheetah 2

Fractal eagle

Fractal eagle Zoomed

while i was looking up all his other works i stumbled on another deviant named kodo34 user who was uing this same technique. here was his..

Fractal Eyes

These works are so amazing that i would gladly pay someone to create a tutorial on how to achieve this effect. anyone up for it?

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Awesome
Awesome ~ Jun 19, 2008 at 6:51 am

very cool!! i would like to see a tutorial too.

Kodo34
Kodo34 ~ Jun 19, 2008 at 9:48 am

Try a Google search for fractalius .

artofpain
artofpain ~ Jun 20, 2008 at 3:44 am

What Kodo said :)

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zaytuun
zaytuun ~ Oct 29, 2008 at 10:55 pm

amazing artworks!

regards,
zaytuun | Fractal Art WebGallery

Bob123
Bob123 ~ Oct 31, 2008 at 4:38 pm

Sorry to be the spoil-sport, but the original photographers of the source images could have been credited, nespas?

First find the source image online. This is easy if you have adequate tools. Goto http://www.tineye.com. This is a graphical comparison engine (there are now also engines popping up for music). Upload a scaled down image of any “treated” image you like (even your own scanned image) and the engine will look through a billion or so images in its database. Up pops many source images from online sources, regardless of how altered the treated image is, or how cropped/mangled. Now compare/download the original image. The cheetah comes from http://www.thebigcats.com

Buy/download Redfield Fractilius: http://www.redfieldplugins.com. Start with the “Slow motion” preset. Crank up saturation and lower the brightness. Play with line thicknesses and radiusses until the image resembles the wispy and styalised final image. 35,69,69,23; 51,31,70,20; -50, 40 using v.1.03 of the plugin comes pretty close to the cheetah, without modifying the source image.

Source images with maximum contrast and saturation work the best, as would a photographic composition with smoke. In fact if an image is good enough as a wallpaper, it is ideal for Fractilius. Normally you require a telephoto zoom to keep the background blurred and the subject sharp. You could artificially blur out areas you don’t want heavily stylised and sharpen up areas that you want to highlight subsequently using the filter. Some fantastic images can be obtained from plants, (esp flowers), as well as texture images.

For poster size prints, even low resolution source images can be upscaled using your favourite fractal upscaler, then sharpened and stylised with the filter.

Enjoy,
Bob

starlight86
starlight86 ~ Mar 7, 2009 at 3:59 pm

amazing effect there!

Nina
Nina ~ Jun 4, 2009 at 1:57 pm

Is there a Mac version of “fractalius” the only ones that I seem to be able to find is for PC…

Great effects

Nerudo
Nerudo ~ Jun 2, 2010 at 3:48 pm

If you still want someone to freelance on how to create those effects I can help with pleasure.

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