Fractal Arts Tutorial -- You Can Do It Easily Online Step-by-Step...Screen Image-by-Screen Image...

and Blow Your Mind with What You Can Accomplish...

and Amaze your Friends and Family, and Teachers too... :-)

http://fractalarts.com

"I dare you!"


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Note: This website has been updated since I found it 2 years ago, and it is greatly expanded and developed with new tutorials,

so just click on Fractal Art Tutorials and select among them to make your own amazing fractal pictures...


Two years ago I used the "Tiera-Zon" Fractal Image Creator Tool and created the 6 images below...

This tutorial took me about 30 minutes to complete...

with some experimentation and a few "Undo Drawing" clicks...

to create these 6 different Fractal Images.


Fractal Tutorial Beginning Image:

Basic Mandelbrot Set (with boring brown color...)

I called it "Jungle".

Then:

Fractal 1. Selecting "Equation 109" and then "Color 1 > #20 Circles (Bay...).

Fractal 2. Selecting "Color Controls" and using the slide bars to change the colors.

Selecting Size > "Custom" button > X = 120 and Y = 120, to make a square image.

Fractal 3. Cropping a Square Section and Selecting the Zoom Tool.

Fractal 4. Selecting "Julia Mode" (Orange Icon on Left Toolbar).

Fractal 5. Changing "Fractal Parameters": Copying EXACTLY the Tutorial Numbers.

The Circle gives the image Series a sense of "Completion" and Balance and Fullness, which I like...

Fractal 6. Zoom and Filter and Color Changes: My Final Image in this First Tutorial Series...


Which as you can see, begins a whole new series of possibilities...having 'cracked-open' the circle...

Fractals have infinite variations ("iterations") because the 'controlling dimensions and characteristics'

are defined by numbers, which have infinite possibilities...

Conclusion: If I can do it, you can do it! :-) Share your results with the rest of our Geometry Class...

Thank you for participating in our High School Geometry Adventure Wikispace...


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