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    Beautiful with strong colors. Congratulations.

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    I am very enthusiastic about Fractal Art , I have no idea in which measure can be done in relation to Art Rage but I try to see ...

    @ Caesar , the "texture" is an abstract landscape paint in oil with AR,
    I used two "flames"done with Apophysis (in law resolution but the shapes are not too complicated and it works) and a last layer with a watercolor (AR)
    @Valerie: thank you
    @Eileen724 : Yes, it have some emotion in it despite it is called abstract
    @orianelima : The contrast is strong I agree, hopefully, the darker shades are not very many and still prevail the clear side of the painting.
    Thank you Oriane
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    Another attempt to use Apophysis and Art Rage,
    a very modest one,
    I tried to have the "flame" only for a small part of the painting,
    otherwise it would be pure Fractal Art and probably not interesting in the Art Rage Forums
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    "All are about quiet and light." Dany
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    Thank you Alexandra !
    "All are about quiet and light." Dany
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    Great level of painting, I like it

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    The last one with the flame effect looks great Dany !

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    Dear Dany51, I can understand why you love fractals with your math and art background. I love that in your work they are not obviously fractals, you have used them in a way that is wild and free and the result is fabulous.
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    The first one I see sorrow, the second one I see fire. I like them both Dany
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    Dramatic result Daniela.

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