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|Comment||thanks! I didn't realize it was that common/easy. If you do it to very high def. images faces will invariably emerge for some reason which is why I thought it may have been a way to see four dimensions. I didn't specifically ask about the faces though:) I've been obsessed with making these just for that reason. It seems preternatural. that particular image isn't a particularly good example as far as seeing the faces/gnomes but if you try it yourself you'll see. Thanks again for your prompt and polite response!|
I have done extensive work in computer art, including digital landscapes, particularly in Terragen, but also in Bryce and Vue d'Esprit. I also do fractal art, and I use Ultrafractal, Apophysis, and Xenodream. I am familiar with some of the theory behind fractal art. I am familiar with unusual techniques for making abstracts in digital landscape programs, such as Hubism.
I have been making computer art, including fractals and digital landscapes, for approximately the past ten years. I participate in various online communities, particularly in the area of fractals. I have no expertise in virtual reality, or computer generated scenes involving figures, human or otherwise, or objects. My expertise is strictly in abstract art and digital landscapes in Terragen.
I have a bachelor's degree in art from Ohio Dominican University, where I mainly studied ceramics, and I also do glaze calculation and fiber arts, such as creative needlepoint. I studied fractal artistry in Ultrafractal with Janet Parke.