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Martin
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Current Residence: London
Shell of choice: Shell 1 by Belle-Fairy
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HA! nearly a year since the last journal entry. doesn't feel that long.

nothing's new. apart from those crappy robot things. still shit! o well.

i've been wanting to write something recently. kind of gave it a shot and did a first chapter.  no idea if i'll be submitting it here. not much point seeing as you can't really expect a lot of feedback.
you're either amazing and everyone wants to be your friend or mediocre/bad and no one says anything. (that's pertaining to dA, not life (i'm not that sad :P))

also i can't see the selections for mood. so humoUr will have to do for now

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:iconmystic-pyxie:
mystic-pyxie Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2009
Your fractals are beautiful! Do you like them because of their look or because of their incrediable structure and maths as art quality? Or both?
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bobsworth Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2009
Woah. I need to check dA more often.

Hey! That's a good question.

Mostly it's the look. I was just messing with Apophysis and thought "these are cool" and threw them up here.
I've never really understood the maths behind apophysis fractals so i can't say if that's part of what i like about them (and i'm now going to look it up). But for standard fractals, as in ones you can draw freehand (like that one in The Lost World book), i really do like that maths is able to describe beautiful things.

so i suppose the answer is both.

sorry for the ramble. this is the first time someone's asked me a question about these that's made me think about it.
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mystic-pyxie Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2009
That's okay I am studying maths at Uni and have an invested interest in art and maths so anything that combines the two I adore. I think you have amazing artworks. Does that mean that some of them you drew freehand? That's incredable I use a computer program when I make them but I haven't done that in a while all you do is type the maths equation into the program and it shows you what it would be like as artwork.
I think I have rambled as much as you have, though don't worry your interesting enough that it's not so noticable that you are rambling =P.
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bobsworth Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2009
woah no way. none of those were freehand. i mean like the very simple ones. like the dragon? or whatever it was called.

so i looked on wikipedia [link] maybe someone who studies maths can help me make sense of this? i get the iterations but not how the histogram is plotted...

oo and thanks for that other fav!
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:iconborosilicatearachnid:
Thank you very much for the :+devwatch:! =D
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:iconlittlelottexo:
LittleLottexo Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2008  Hobbyist Writer

Thank you most dearly.
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:iconbobsworth:
bobsworth Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2008
you're welcome. but what for?
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:iconlittlelottexo:
LittleLottexo Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2008  Hobbyist Writer
For adding me to your watch/friends! :heart:
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bobsworth Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2008
oh right!
i'm waiting for the follow up to the little girl. hurry up! :P
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sarjan Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks for the visit^^
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