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Signet Orb by xzendor7 Signet Orb by xzendor7
This Design Is Available As An ISO On Several T-Shirts And Sweatshirts For Men, Women, And Children Here xzendor7.spreadshirt.com/

Signet Orb Is A Fanciful Creation That Partially Follows The Look Of My Fractal Art Compositions Lypidian And Lypidian II.

This Piece Uses Many Of My Organic Gothic Looking Fractal Elements Creating A Gothic Structure That Appears To Be Self Illuminated With A Glowing Red Golden Orb As It's Center Piece.

The Main Structure Is Composed Of 52 Fractal Objects Composed Of 20 Fractal Elements With Minor Elements Being Composed Of 36 Fractal Elements.

I Used The Fractron 9000 Fractal Generator To Generate The Fractal Elements And Assembled And Post Processed Theses Elements Using The Photo Elements Image Editor Into The Fractal Art Composition You Are Viewing.

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lady-AquaLena Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist

I love it! Great! :clap: :heart:

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xzendor7 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2014   Digital Artist
Thank Y0u Alena.  I Do Love How The Color Scheme Worked Out For This Piece.
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lady-AquaLena Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist

Your very welcome!

Me too!
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Tate27kh Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I have been looking at your artwork and I have to say the thing that gets me is the depth you achieve in your compositions.
I had mentioned I am just starting using fractals and mine seem flat, if you have any advice please send me a message.
I would greatly appreciate any insights you could share thanks.
And again a stunning piece!
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xzendor7 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2013   Digital Artist
The reason yours may look flat is that you may be concentrating to much on the algorithm which will generally create full screen fractal replications.

What I tend to do is try to create what may be called an island fractal and the fractal for me has to look like an interesting shape or object with some tonal variations that give the fractal element some depth.

What this does when I begin assembling various fractal elements is give a somewhat 3D look to the image even though I'm working with 2D fractals.

I've yet to try this approach with 3D fractal generators as I'm having problems figuring how to generate interesting fractals with these applications.

The approach though would be the same.

Your goal has to be in creating fractal elements and using those elements to then build a fractal art composition.

This can be time consuming and tedious. My piece The Exploration Of Space uses 212 fractal objects; and some ideas I have in mind will go far beyond this number.

The trick is in creating the elements that will allow you to build the piece you want.
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Tate27kh Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Many thanks for the advice,and it makes alot of sense.
I am now generating fractal pieces with a theme inspired by one in particular that I feel and see as a good piece to start a composition .
From there I will build to create a finished piece with hopefully more depth as yours.
I do not just want to generate and post raw fractals that is why I finish with Photoshop and do my manipulations, edits etc.
Thanks for your time and insight it is greatly appreciated
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xzendor7 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2013   Digital Artist
My Pleasure Tate.

Though I Fell Into This Accidentally It Does Allow Me To Be Different From The Crowd.

There Are Too Many People Just Working With Algorithms And In My Mind They To Start Going Beyond That.

There Are Many Fractal Artist That Could Create Masterful Pieces If They Were Working Using Some Of The Principles I'm Using.
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Tate27kh Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I agree being a beginner myself I see how easy it is to generate raw fractals and most of them as a stand alone can be quite stunning.
But I have found it is more creative and also fun for me to do the manipulations and then to build a composition.
The depth I found in your art inspired me! and it is different than all I have seen here thus far.
Again I appreciate the correspondence I have much to learn.
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VeeSwan Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This one is absolutely beautiful!
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xzendor7 Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013   Digital Artist
This One I Do Like A Lot, It's As If One Could Stand There One Would Be Looking At One Of The Wonders Of The Universe.

Glad You Like Vee.
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