Fractal Summer Art
I have been known to create some "out there" kind of works. Recently, I got back into fractal art. After putting a couple of my first designs up onto my 55" LED screen this week, I am grooving highly on the artsy look they are taking on. The designs appear to function well as desktop wallpapers at work, with a usable format that allows good view of desktop icons.
I plan to make a suite of these wallpapers in a theme based on, well, I was thinking...deep fruit colors. The first image below is Mango. Deep mango. Sounds ridiculous, you say? Perhaps, but it's all in good fun. The second image is Deep Dew (honeydew) and the third is Deep Melon (Watermelon).
Enjoy if you wish. These come in 1920x1080 resolution only for now.
Really cool. How did you make these?
Damn those are looking mighty fine
Thanks, you guys.
YoshiStar, here's the basics on how I made these:
1.The image begins life with a fractal plug-in for Photoshop.
2. I then use a distortion algorithm to shape the fractal design to my style.
3. Next step is to colorize and texture the overall affair.
4. Import into Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for overall custom lighting and color adjustments.
5. Import back into Photoshop for final tweaks.
hooray for fractal equations
Some sweet art here, Keep up the good work.
First box I've made in 2 years, check it out.
Here's one more for the new week...