Digital Art - Digital Rendering
This work takes fractal rendering to the limits of strangeness. Bringing fractal mathematics into the production of 3D images is a unique process that is both time-consuming and often surprising in the final results... the calculations involved are mind-boggling, and would not be possible without modern computers. This piece also incorporates a bit of subtle mapping of another 2D fractal onto the surface of the final 3D generation. If you relax, you can sense the repeating iterations in both the fragmentation of the main shape, as well as in the main shape itself (draw an imaginary horizontal line through the middle, then grok the similarities in curves between the areas above and below that line).
October 9th, 2012
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