Shop More Submit  Join Login
×
  • Photo
  • Art Gifts




Details

Submitted on
April 1, 2009
Image Size
417 KB
Resolution
1268×994
Link
Thumb
Embed

Stats

Views
4,183 (1 today)
Favourites
85 (who?)
Comments
44
×
Humming Bird by rockgem Humming Bird by rockgem
created using parts of fractals assembled together in photoshop
this ones for :iconxxnothingiseternalxx: for attempting my song titles poetry challenge [link]

All images and literature/written work in =rockgem's gallery are © Gemma Hart. All rights reserved. Reproduction and/or retransmission of all or any part of this gallery are prohibited under copyright law. Users desiring to reproduce or retransmit all or any part of this gallery must first secure in writing the appropriate copyright and other authorization from the copyright owner. My work is not public domain.
Thankyou.
Add a Comment:
 
:iconfuzzyslipperlogic:
fuzzyslipperlogic Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2009
I know my grandmother would love this. She adored hummingbirds :).
Reply
:iconrockgem:
rockgem Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
:hug: i think the lil critters are so cute :aww: i'm just lucky with the shapes i had from fractals so i could make this one
Reply
:iconfuzzyslipperlogic:
fuzzyslipperlogic Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2009
Looks cool to me ;).
Reply
:iconleawiggins:
LeaWiggins Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2009
This is really wonderful and so creative. I love it.
Reply
:iconrockgem:
rockgem Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
thankyou so much for the compliment and the :+fav: on it :hug: there is another edit of this laying around somewhere but in brown tones titled 'sparrow' it really give the piece a completely different feel tis why i put them both up :aww: again thanks for stopping by :heart:
Reply
:iconleawiggins:
LeaWiggins Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2009
you are very welcome. I am truly inspired by your fractal! It shows what an inventive person can create!
Reply
:iconrockgem:
rockgem Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
:giggle: i never really see how i create as that inventive - i just at times st a random batch of fractals going and see what comes out - occasionally i see shapes in them that i can later turn into animals or sometimes figures - think the most delightful 'happy accident' i had like this was with a shape that was like the head of a rose - i only got it as a screen shot though i wished i;d have made a note of how i created it :doh: the other piece of mine in this style that surprised me with its popularity ( and the DD it got:faint:) was just a cute little cat titled 'tabby...' ther is a debate where this work ought be classes in fractal or digital art - i always class as fractal because the basis for these pieces is fractal :shrug: ( but a category for 'fractal manipulations' might be an idea :giggle: )
Reply
:iconleawiggins:
LeaWiggins Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2009
well, you add more than just the flame and you add elements that show creativity, I think, and imagination.
Yes I saw the tabby on your front page. It is so cute!
Oh yeah, many times when I create something I wish I had written down the steps I took. I am one of these people that generate randoms too, go through them sometimes using scripts and sometimes not, then I save the pars with promise and do that for a while. The I go back and work on them. When I get what I want,and like I post it, but by that time I have forgotten which script I used and who created it. I think mention of them should be included if possible too. So now I have taken to using letters for the scrips I used to title the par with like ,if Shortgreenpig did the script, then I title the par SGP 01 and like that. That is the only way I can keep it straight. Then of course if that person has created more than only one script it gets a little more complicated. Then I have do SPG and the initials of the name of the scrip, :faint: And sometimes even then, I forget what all the letters stand for. :lmao: Yeah, Ain't it fun?


And I agree, there should be a category for "fractal manipulations" I have always had a hard time with knowing exactly what the difference between a "mixed media" image is, in relation to what a "fractal Manipulation" is. To me they are the same, although posted at sites whose rules were that if anything was added, ( a tube, or a layer) anything really that required the use of another program that is not a fractal program to finish creating that image was "mixed media". Even something as simple as the usage of a plugin, or a filter to change or enhance the appearance of the fractal was considered "Mixed Media". But that is exactly what one does in a "Fractal Manipulation".
Reply
:iconrockgem:
rockgem Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
now talk of script and you start to loose me a little :blushes:
i just dabble a lot and see what happens - though i find a lot of people mistake some of my insane abstracts for fractal work when most of the time they are generated in photoshop =P most my fractal work is always random batch generated then edited into some form of animal shape or such

but yes a category for fractal manipulations would be an awesome asset i think and save a lot of 'but its not <i|>real fractal art' comments on my work because if you will they are often a 'fractal collage' that is parts of a fractal assembled to make something new there are that many ins and outs of it i suppose :shrug: i don't knwo much about fractal art & i just about knwo my way around the basics of apophysis a lot of what i do generate boils down to luck :giggle:
Reply
:iconleawiggins:
LeaWiggins Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2009
Well I have used scripts since I first found Apophysis abut 4 or 5 years ago. But it has gotten so much more complex than it used to be. Right now on my computer, I have 5 different versions of apophysis. Some of the scripts that I have only work with certain versions and it is very disheartening to try to figure out which ones work with what programs. Some of the scripts reqire "plug-ins" for the scripts to work. If you don't have the right plugins, you won't get the effect you want. However one of the things I notice with using scripts is that a lot of the work that they generate looks quite a bit alike. Some people can change the flame enough so that a person can't tell which script it came from, from looking at it. However a lot of flames created by different artists using the same script, look very much alike except for the gradients.

Yes, we need a gallery designation for fractal manipulations. And I know what you mean about those "purists" who think that way. I look at it like this, and I might be wrong, but if it is more fractal than it is manipulated effects, then it is a fractal. :nod:

I used to run random batches at 200 at a time, then do a run through and pick out the ones that I thought would make good flames. I think a person gets a "feel" for what will work and what won't. I have so many par files, I have some clear back from 2006, (saved them to a cd. So if you need any starter flames, note me and I can get your email addy and send some to you.
:hug:ss
Reply
Add a Comment: