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Happy New Years to All by wolfepaw Happy New Years to All by wolfepaw
Here is another rather large tweak of the Polar7 params by so nicely shared by :iconhaltenny: from the gorgeous "Winter Sky"

This is for all my dA friends and to anyone else who might view this rather busy fractal. Here's wishing you and yours a very :iconnewyearplz:!!! I hope it's a great year for everyone! Looking forward to many more deviations in the coming year from all of the amazing artists and friends I have met here on dA. Wishing you all the best of everything! :iconpounceglomp:

Made in Apophysis 7X. final, postwork in Photoshop and enlarged using Batch Resizer.

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heavenriver Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Featured here: [link]
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Trance-Plant Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2010
Thats so juicy and liquid!!!!
Reminds me of this Ben Tolman piece.
[link]
Wonder what he would do with color. All of his drawings are B&W.
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wolfepaw Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh, WOW! :wow: Thank you for the link! I have bookmarked it. That is some amazing work! I bet it would be absolutely amazing in color. Such detail. You could look at it for hours and still find something new to see! I'm honored that this piece reminded you of his work. I really appreciate the compliment. :iconpounceglomp:
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Trance-Plant Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2010
I took liberties with his stuff and colorized it as an experiment. Check out my Art on Tribe while you are there.
Entheogens by Ben Tolman (colorized by Trance Plant) [link]
Cognitive Transformation by Ben Tolman (Trance Formed) [link]
Lilith "Trance-Formation" [link]
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wolfepaw Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Those were wonderful!! It must have taken a great deal of patience to pull that off, but you did a masterful job of it! I love them. I have bookmarked that site, too. Thank you so much for sharing that amazing look at Ben Tolman's work He's a man after my own heart, except in B&W. But color really makes the images sing out loud! :sing:
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Trance-Plant Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2010
I'd say each of them took around 36 hrs. Entheogens additional time because I needed to identify the plants then research for correct flower/fruit colors etc. Cognitive Transformations took forever because of all the exquisite detail Ben puts into his work. The LILITH was the first piece I did and actually worked with it a long time ago. She stars in a little mini movie (My first animation almost 3 years ago)
Lilith's Journey: [link] . I look back and am somewhat baffled by my progress over time. I would like to return to the digital collage/animation work at some point. Maybe even remaster the old stuff and put them to music. The early ones grew out of a collaborative art game. Rules: Each player selects a bunch of images and places them into a pool. Each creates a set of 10-20 rmix frames and submits them. Then each person takes the collection of frames of all others and creates another mix. Repeat until exhausted.
These in retrospect are very rough. We were working small and in constraints of ~1M total to submit to Tribe.net. My collaborator also had a really wimpy PC so couldn't work at the same scale. In contrast my current Mac is faster with 8X the RAM as the system I was then using.
I need to dig them up and build transitions and string them together with new stuff. Most of the other stuff on my YouTube page has been done using ImageJ and IJ-Macros I wrote to deal with repetitive things like rotations and cropping scaling. Now fractals adds another whole dimension to possibilities. Can't wait to get proficient with Apo and start building some scripts!
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lyaaran Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:wow: Wow! Another masterpiece! I love it! The detail is awesome!
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Thelma1 Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2010
Happy New Year Peggi, and may 2010 bring you much happiness and joy :woohoo: :love:
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MandarinMoon Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Oh my god it's gorgeous!!
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BootRecords Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
weee, fireworks :D a happy new year to you, too, Peggi :) :hug:
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