Silk scarves would be a really good use for symmetrical images like minibrots. So far I can’t decide if the border on this is ok, or if it’s too unrelated and distracting. Square scarves often do have borders, and I like them, but this one doesn’t seem quite right. Maybe if it went all the way to the edge?
One illustration style that’s very popular lately is simple, friendly shapes with a sort of ink-and-watercolor look. Very minimal. It makes me wonder if I’m going in some completely wrong direction, because the kinds of things I like to make are more of a cross between an opera house and a Gothic cathedral.
Still spirographing, this time with a computer instead of gears & pens. I’m working on a series of similar images, but I don’t know how soon any of them will get posted, because they take 7-10 days to render. There’s also a mug version of this one which looks like it should be very cool.
Another very old image. In this one, the fragmented effect is coming from the fractal formula itself, in combination with coloring algorithms that were probably intended for use with some other category of fractal entirely. I like the contrast of textures.