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So... I have two Daily Deviations now?
Okay Misha, you surprised me big time with this suggestion. Seriously. Lots of love for you because of it.
I'm very glad I got a DD on this one fractal specifically, honestly it's one of those I liked best among my own work. That makes me twice as happy!
And of course a very big thank you goes to SuicideBySafetyPin
as well, for choosing and featuring my artwork!
Also, I have updated the prints with a high-resolution, high-quality .png source image and made most sizes available!*** Prints made with a 4000x6000 size render *** For a higher-sized or higher-resolution print, please contact me ***
Thanks to everyone for adding it to favourites, commenting it, and loving it in general. Even if I can't thank you all personally, all of your love is much appreciated.
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My third and last entry for the 2011 Mandelbrot Fractal Art Contest, unless I change my mind on one of my current entries and decide to make a new one before the deadline comes (which is entirely possible).
Once again, here's part of this fractal's bio:<< The title, loosely adapted from the French for "snowy winter", actually refers to the small white snow dots scattered all over the fractal. It's a symbolic way of reminding the viewer to pay attention to details, as they are equally important than the ensemble at times - much more so for fractal artwork.
The snowfall acts as the all-embracing element of the composition, covering all different color zones equally and softening the iridescent touch. White light zones balance out the glowing rainbow for a paper-like work which, in the artist's own imaginary, would be inspired by a classical Japanese style of art, named sumi-e [...]. >>
It's kind of funny; I think it represents me somehow, like there's still snow falling on my rainbow heart.
See also my collection of UF abstracts
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