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It's Cool To Be Square Digital 3D Fractal Art - Print
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It's Cool To Be Square Digital 3D Fractal Art Print

Susanne McGinnis

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I use Chaotica software to make beautiful designs out of chaotic randomly generated flame imagery. Just as in nature which imposes a perfect order through evolution. I have to play with angles, colors, and styles to achieve something that appeals to my aesthetic sense. But the image is incomplete in a way until it touches your soul.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:10 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in

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Welcome to my world of Fractal Art. In a nutshell, fractals are images which are self-perpetuating. The overall pattern spawns its own shape ad infinitum. Fractals are found in nature (think leaf veins, branching tree limbs, a rose spiraling inward), as well as in the abstract domain. A limitless variety of designs, colors, and shapes are possible. The software I use is aptly called “Chaotica.” I start with randomly generated chaotic shapes and patterns, and then form them into a pleasing design, mimicking the perfection of the evolutionary processes within the natural world. For years, I have painted with watercolor. I like to think of these new creations as Digital Watercolor. Like watercolor, I can achieve fluidity, transparency, and multi-dimensional effects. Unlike watercolor, however, computerization allows for any design to be easily and quickly customized in a new color palette if you wish. You never know where the initial “primal soup” will take you and that is the exciting part of working with this new digital-age medium. www.susannemcginnis.com email: info@susannemcginnis.com

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