Fractal Art Wallpapers from LadyCompassion

LadyCompassion a fractal art artist has a collection of interesting pictures

What is fractal art? It is a geometric art. It is a genre of computer art and digital art which are part of new type of media art. The Julia set and Mandlebrot sets are considered the principal icons of fractal art.  A fractal is a rough or fragmented geometric shape that can be subdivided in parts, each of which is (at least approximately) a reduced-size copy of the whole. Fractals are generally self-similar and independent of scale.

Fractal art uses mathematical algorithms which in turn create fractal objects through calculations. Representing the calculation results as images, animations, or media. The art is only about 30 years old developed from the mid 1980s.

Fractal art is not drawn or painted by hand. It is a computer generated image. It is created with the assistance of fractal-generating software. There are three phases. One is by setting parameters of appropriate fractal software; then executing the  calculation; and finally evaluating the product. In some cases, other graphics programs are used to further modify the images produced in a post-processing operation. One important factor is that non-fractal imagery can be integrated into the artwork making it even more appealing.

2-Dimensional Art

As art goes, fractal Art is a subclass of two-dimensional visual art, and is in many respects similar to photography. Two-dimensional art consists of paintings, drawings, prints, and photographs. The execution of each form differs from each other primarily, so that separates one from the other . In that regard fractal images usually appear as prints. But the native environment of fractals is in a electronic image format. Digital Fractal art is created with computers and computer software. It is an extension of the traditional 2-D format. This is a format that traditional visual artists are embracing, which adds them into Fractal Art’s digital realm.


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