Nature in Fractalius

Electic Tiger Pose.JPG (125 KB)

Electric Hawk.JPG (229 KB)

Electric Fox.JPG (110 KB)

Electric Cheetah.jpg (577 KB)

Electric Lion.jpg (151 KB)

\’Nuff said.

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    24 Responses to Nature in Fractalius

    1. Wow, awesome. How many people just made one of these their desktop?

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    2. These are beautiful – How are they done?

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    3. JESUS CHRIST, ELECTRIC LION. GET IN THE…OH FUCK.

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    4. Tell me there’s a generator for this.

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    5. @HoChunk: No generator… 5000 hours in MS Paint.

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    6. Hello new wallpaper collection. <3

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    7. Um, these are very cool.. but how are they fractals? Hausdorff D > 1?

      Not to be nitpicky, but I’m sort of into fractals.

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    8. @ieattime20:
      “The effects are based on extraction of so-called hidden fractal texture of an image.”
      www.redfieldplugins.com/filterFractalius.htm

      It’s a pshop plugin

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    9. Very cool looking, but still sounds like snake oil to me. “Hidden fractal texture of an image”?

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    10. @ieattime20: I’m w/ ya on this one. I posted one and called it “ghostly” rather than fractal.

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    11. Hey, I aint making this stuff up. I just happened to have a spoonful of sauce I found earlier today.

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    12. Oh, no offense to the OP. “Fractalius” is indeed what it’s called. I’m just saying that the plugin developers just made a really cool plugin. Not something that generates figures whose Hausdorff dimension is fractional.

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    13. My figure’s Hausdorff dimension is also fractional.
      At least for the moment.

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    14. @ ieattime20:
      i agree with your first comment, for i thought the same thing. however, after that, i got lost.

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    15. @traptin85: Many, many different ways to define fractals. Look up the Hausdorff Dimension of an object on wikipedia. It’s a way of measuring how ‘fractally’ something is, as an alternative to boxcounting methods, that has the benefit of fitting in intuitively with our notion of ‘dimension’ (i.e. a line having dim 1, a flat plane dim 2, etc).

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    16. @ieattime20:
      i’d rather not…
      im just lazy like that.

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    17. do not care what it’s called the effect is badass…………fractally speaking.

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    18. I now have a new wallpaper.

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