Sunday, June 14, 2009

Fractal Art

I've been taking a break from doing macro photography with flowers, and have been playing with fractal art.

My interest in fractals came about from seeing the beautiful work of my dear blogger friend and digital art mentor, Marahm.

So, here are the first five fractals I have created with the permission of Allah (swt).

Enjoy!

This is my first attempt:


This one is "Fractal Angel."

This one has no name yet? Have any suggestions?

These next two are black and white fractals:



If you like these fractals, visit me at Flickr. On the right side bar on my blog there is a widget that will take you to my portfolio.




8 comments:

Ms.Unique said...

Assalamualikum Sis ... Masha Allah these Arts r sooooooooo beautiful ... I love art work toooo .... and yeah Marahm is a really good artist I love hers tooo ... she taught me some tooo .... :)

Safiyyah said...

Wa Alaikum As Salaam Sis (Ms. U):

JAK! Marahm's art takes my breath away, Masha Alla. And you are right: she is so helpful. Digital art is such a wonderful halal artform for Muslims!

mezba said...

Salaams. Lovely pictures!

I am just amazed at some of the other examples too given on your wiki link.

Mumina said...

Asalaam alaikum, how do you do fractal art??? I don't understand it!

Safiyyah said...

Salaams Mumina Dear:

BTW, I have your phone message on my machine. I've been crazy busy, and Insha Allah, will phone you tomorrow.

Okay, fractals ...

The first link is where you download the program. It cost $25. There are some free ones, I have heard, but this one, called Tierzon, is extremely user-friendly.

The second link is a Flickr tutorial.

I suggest reading the tutorial first, and then go look at Sis Marahm's Flickr page. You will see the best, Masha Allah, of fractal art on her page.

software and tutorials:

http://www.fractalarts.com/ASF/Download.html

Here is a simple tutorial I found on Flickr:

http://www.flickr.com/groups/k-spheres_k-fractals/discuss/72157615951026728/

Keep me posted!

@ Mezba

Insha Allah you and your family are well dear Mezba.

Yes, Fractals are incredible. They occur naturally in Allah (swt) creation. A fern is the best example, I think, of a fractal.

Br00ke said...

Asalamu Walaikum,
These are really awesome, masha Allah and that's kinda saying alot from me as I am all old school and don't dig digital art ;)
Love and Peace

sabiwabi said...

Love it, LOVE IT, LOVE IT, LOVE IT!

Did I say that I LOVE IT?

LOL.

Veiled Knight said...

Masha'Allah! I love your fractals! I think the one with no name should be called "The brain". Weird huh?

-Veiled Knight