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Lac Memphremagog by Lupus-deus-est Lac Memphremagog by Lupus-deus-est
The name Memphremagog has been hovering in my head for days now. I reecalled that it was a lake near/in Quebec, and had this idea of a frozen lake...

Negative julia-3d fxform - something I have never done before!


EDIT: It has come to my attention this image has been featured in "The Future of Storytelling" [link] It's an older image and my style and control have improved somewhat since the creation of this fractal. If you wish to see more recent works of mine, my personal best fractals are located here [link] . If you want to see more awesome fractals by other artists, please go here for my Fractals favourites [link] . There are truly stellar works in there and I bid you go look at what a good fractal work can achieve.
Thank you to those who select the images for these articles. I confess I was somewhat puzzled at first!
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I wish to begin by saying that i have never even taken an art class of any kind. I do feel that i strong likes and dislikes when it comes to art, and i myself am a person who likes to draw.
And now to my point. I have never seen an image which conveys such tangible space. I feel that no matter what scope that i try to find, the distance is never finite. The energetic symmetry of the shapes or fields pulls the awareness to an ever expanding and unreachable destination, and the staggering detail simply mesmerizes as one races along this trail.
I have truly been moved by this piece, and i wish to encourage you to continue this type of work. I hope that one day my work will evolve into something this marvelous. Take care.
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The666Stefan Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
i love this
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JazzsLyric Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2012
I find my self mesmerized by this piece and look forward to see more of your work
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bubblesfizz Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
When I saw I instantly thoughy : "Alien spiders' web"

XDD i love this~
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InTheStarryNightSky Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2012
A lovely piece. Wonderful job.
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Notrollingallowed Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
YOU MEAN THE MEANING OF LIFE ISN'T 42!?
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CitrineG Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2012  Student Digital Artist
purrrrrrdy
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kingsnowmonkey Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
It looks like a galaxy!
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Elenna-Huntress Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2012
It's... It's BIG. And so small, all at the same time. No matter how physically large this is, whether the size of a galaxy or of a mind-bogglingly vast arena or of within a computer or of the interior of an atom, the sense of an enormous, confined space is spectacular. It's at once massive beyond comprehension and claustrophobic, because no matter how much I feel that I'm looking over a spae big enough to hold a planet, there's also a definite sense that I *cannot get out* of that space no matter how hard I try. An excellent study in complete contradictions.
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WickedHorizon Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Beautiful piece of work.
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Zaralith Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Looks like a galaxy!
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