A piece that has to be recognized as a major work of fractal art. Fractal flowers are indeed common, but most of them tend to resemble each other, with a great loss of originality. That's not Tiger Lily's case: Nature's bliss shows its sparkles wonderfully in it. The flowers' petals are almost silky, and their exquisite contrast with the dark purple background adds so much to the whole picture that they look like merging. Great care has been given to details, too: from the faint pollen grains on the petals to the strong, coffee-like black stigmas, not to mention the wavy stems, nothing has been neglected. That's what makes Tiger Lily special among the many fractal flowers around: an extreme accuracy and complete dedication.
so kind of you Boris !!! Thank you so much !! I'm afraid I can't make a tutorial about my flower technique for it isn't something well defined, I use tons of layers and lots of different settings but I'm always comfortable param-sharing if you want to have a look
thank you so much no picture used, this is entirely created in the software It's made with many different layers but the main formula is a standard julia and the main algorithm is doodads basic settings for UF flowers, have a look at this tutorial by one of my friends [link] to see how they are usually created
gorgeous, just sad that I can't seem to see it either, at least not the larger version when I click on it to view directly. I can see the smaller image from your recent deviations on your home page. Viewing in firefox. The smaller version is just gorgeous though. Very warm and comforting.
Yep, not sure if you saw my reply to my own post that day, but I did get to see the larger version, the smaller doesn't do it justice. Either way, what you did fixed it and I can see it without clicking the +lens (and I can still see it in its largest version with the +lens). Just gorgeous <3
Oh! There we go! I clicked the little + lens over the blank rectangle with the DA logo and it showed me the largest version. Man am I glad that worked. The smaller version definitely doesn't do it justice. I am in more awe now. If I had the cash I could design a whole room based on a large, horizontal version of this piece.