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June 4, 2011
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Baroque by lindelokse Baroque by lindelokse
Apophysis 7x and a little Photoshop for HSB adjustments :)

testing the new EPIC falloff plugin by `Xyrus02

a common elliptic-splits flame with falloff type 0 applied both on the elliptic tx and on the final transform ;)

I don't usually publish fractals very often but I'm so enthusiast about this plugin I couldn't help it :excited: people, go try it for it's great!!!
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CrazyRandomZynGirl Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2011  Hobbyist
With the use of the pink, I confused it with the Rococco period!:lol:
Is it fine that I do a critique?
I remember that the baroque periond was characterized by the use of contrasting light and dark, and elaborate, dynamic pieces that jumped out at you so that you could not tell if it was real or not. You certainly succeeded in those areas. The only complaint that I have is the blurryness at the top left, which isn't...baroque-ish.
OutsideFate Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Lindelokse is know to make freaking awesome flowers, and this one is no exeption. As a more unusual colour for a flower, she picked sepia tones and still mannaged to make it look alive and breathing just like everything else in her gallery! The fractal, despite the limitation of its colours, has a certain quality of dynamics witch is showcased towards the center of it.
There is only one thing I really would nag about here, and that is the fact that the DOF bokkeh are square. I mean, it is not like it looks ugly, but it just feels... off compared to the amazing silky feel of the petals!
TaraRoys Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2011
Wow! This is definitely one that needs full-view to be appreciated in it's full glory. This reminds me of trumpet-flowers dipped in brass. It's the most elegant explosion I have ever seen. I really like the shading that makes it seem like they actually are flowers, and I dig the off-center position, both vertically and horizontally. I like how the blurred effect definitely gives it more depth, but I don't think the piece is, if I might commit sacrilige, quite blurred enough. The center, for all it's activity, almost seems not quite blurred enough to give it a good sense of depth. On the other hand, I really like the deep purple shading that translates to gold and then becomes bronze- it really adds interest and definitely gives it more of a sense of depth than it would have otherwise. Way to go!
darkn2ght Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2011
what a truly magnificent gold:)
HirurgUlic Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2011
colors are fantastic! and smooth adds refinement :)
Fiery-Fire Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
wow, that looks amazing, very cool effect Chiara and so metallic too :D :dance:
buddhakat9 Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2011
mahvelous, Chiara... most mahvelous!!!
Yivae Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2011  Hobbyist
che spettacolo O!!
aquaria Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2011
Simply stunning! I love the glass-copper texture feel that's happening here.
SaTaNiA Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is simply epic !
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