Fractal Art Follow Up

During my talk about fractals and fractal art, I mentioned that I would post some links to interesting fractal art info:

Ultra Fractal – This is a pay for program, but you can download the demo for free, which lets you do everything, except create high quality renders of your fractals. This program is relatively easy to learn the basics, and is well documented.

Apophysis – This (somewhat difficult to learn) program is free, and can generate some pretty amazing images, once you start to get the hang of it. There are plenty of online tutorials available here.

Online Ultra Fractal Courses – Janet Parke is one of the pioneers of using Ultra-Fractal, and offers online courses to help you master Ultra Fractal. They are fun, and relatively cheap.

Deviant Art – Once you have made some of your own fractals, post them on deviantart, so people can view and comment on them, or just go and check out the amazing artists already there. The following may be a good place to start: ultra-fractal, imagersfractaldds, velvet–glove, psion005, Joel Faber, Zueuk, fractek, hoogamaphone, and LaPurr


PS. I couldn’t resist claiming credit for the image at the top of this post. I made it using ultra-fractal.

5 Replies to “Fractal Art Follow Up”

  1. I think that the top fractal is the best out of all of the ones we saw during the meeting! Great job!

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