48 Fractal Images

48 Fractal Images

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Fractal artwork is a modern art piece that seems to have been popular in this period of our lives. It was developed from mathematical formulas that create forms and structure in a repetitive scale. It is constantly being revised and developed by experts. Creating fractal is not always easy as it requires basic understanding of the mathematical formulas that are used in the software. A tutorial is necessary in order to become successful in doing so. A person exploring this type of software needs to manipulate the formulas, change color sequences, and render it. Artists used fractal software in order to come up with forms and colors appealing to the senses. The interpretation and meaning of each artwork differ from one artist to another. Seemingly, the art collector can have their own interpretation of the fractal artwork based on the interpretation of the artist. This book contains 48 fractal images that have links to different websites. The reader is encouraged to examine, appreciate, and be pleased by them. The fractal images are also available for purchase in prints and canvass.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 54 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 3.3mm | 195.04g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, color
  • 1507710577
  • 9781507710579

About Solomon Barroa Rn

Solomon Barroa is a Registered Nurse in the state of California. He was a university and college professor from the Philippines. He taught Nursing courses. He has a diverse experience in healthcare; from hospitals, clinic, insurance and home health. He had provided care to clients of all ages with different health condition from acute to chronic. He is passionate about sharing his knowledge regarding healthcare encompassing health conditions, pathophysiology, etiology, treatment and management. He likes to make customized products at his spare time.He also likes to travel and cherishes his experiences in Italy. He likes John Locke's theory " Tabula Rasa ." People are born without built-in mental content and that their knowledge and ideas are developed from experience and perception about events and the environment.show more