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Fractal image "Windmill", abstract fractal design in blue, red, yellow and white shades, with countless recurring spirals. Digital art (Mathematical) by Karin Kuhlmann.

TArtwork Title: Windmill.
Artist: Karin Kuhlmann 2007
Medium: Digital Art (Mathematical)
Art Style: Abstract

Abstract fractal art (Mathematical) created with Ultra Fractal.

Description
of the digital art technique used to create this image:

The fractal image “Windmill” was created and rendered with Ultra Fractal. Various fractals on several layers are combined with changing merge modes (layertechnique) to get the finely tuned colour scheme and the three-dimensional deepness.

Series: Fractals as Art on the Subject Spirals by Karin Kuhlmann.

 

Graphically conceived, very fine detailed fractal design in 3D optic with a centered spiral and countless recurring spirals, reminding to the plastic windmills out of the days of childhood, in finely graded blue, yellow and red shades, accentuated by white. To achieve the 3-dimensional deepness and the fine tuned color scheme the fractal was created with Ultra Fractal in the layertechnique and artistically edited with Adobe Photoshop. Fractal Design “Windmill” belongs to a series of “Fractals as Art” on the topic spirals I’m working on since 2000.

Fine Art Prints: The high quality of my fractals allow large fine art prints up to 60 inch. Each print is individually printed from the original digital file and can be shipped worldwide.

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Text Author: Karin Kuhlmann

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