Ultra Fractal Contest 3
Creating a Series
Gallery of Entries
Series Contest Entries
Some thoughts about these series
Suppose you were commissioned to create a series of fractal art
images representing a theme -- a set of related objects or ideas or a
series representing the passage of time. The set/series may represent
concrete things (like the 4 basic food groups), abstract ideas (such
as Kubler-Ross's 5 stages of accepting death), music (Beethoven's
nine symphonies), people/animals (the human and livestock members of
your family), text (the 10 Commandments)... any group of things that
is related in some way. Likewise, your interpretations may be as
realistic, abstract, whimsical, or fantastical as you wish.
To encourage exploration and mastery of the Ultra Fractal software and to challenge fractal artists to purposefully create several images with a common theme.
There are six voting categories:
- Best Whimsical Interpretation of a Series or Theme:
- Best Realistic Interpretation of a Series or Theme:
- Best Abstract Interpretation of a Series or Theme:
- Most Impressive Technical Achievement in Depicting a Series or Theme:
- Best Single Image: (include both series and image name)
- Best Series (Overall):
- Each artist may enter one set/series of images. The series must contain no less than three and no more than ten separate images.
- All entries must be made exclusively with Ultra Fractal. No other
software or post-processing is allowed.
- In lieu of prizes, a donation of money will be made to the charity of choice of each category's
Gerald Albrecht, Morgen Bell, Anam Cara, Paul DeCelle, Rosemary de Dear, Bill Decker, Thomas Emrich, Xavier Fretté, Johan Groth, Heliantha, Diosnel Herrnsdorf , Damien M. Jones, Kerry Mitchell, Tina Oloyede, Jennifer Page, Janet Parke, Brian Prentice, Joe Presley, Maureen Press, Queri (Emily Garlick), Michael Ray, Barb Rubin, Helene Maxwell Schmidt, Andrās Szolek, Faye Williams, Terry Wright, Zelda K
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