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... of Someone Innocent by OutsideFate ... of Someone Innocent by OutsideFate
Full title is "taking care of someone innocent" (Suggested by :iconlindelokse: )

Look! I made a pretty flower so my fractal "Enlightment" would not feel lonely anymore :D
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Simple and minimalistic aesthetics - that's what first catches the eye in this work: a typical trait of many other works by the artist. Here, we have a finely shaped spiral with soft, subtle texturing and a nice yellow gradient tending to a blueish green toward the inner turning point.

There's no more to it, visually speaking, but I find its very feeling much more interesting. The shape of each of the spiral's stretching structures is like a leaf, making the whole fractal a branch; some tiny, shy dewdrops appear on the greener side of it, suggesting a watery feel that is subtly recalled by the blue shades on the greener leaves.
It's a strongly natural, frail, delicate composition, which perfectly completes its twin fractal as a simple, stainless and pure expression of life - an uncommonly inspiring gift of mother Nature herself.
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The thing that comes to my mind while watching this one is the process of knowing someone (or one's self). In the beginning it's plain and clear, then you realize there's more to it. If you look carefully, you discover another aspect of the personality that's more subtle and more interesting, and partially hidden under the previous one. The more you get deeper, the more you get to notice the subtle traits. Until they're too deep and too subtle, and you can't see any further.
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OutsideFate Oct 12, 2011  Student Digital Artist
<TaraRoys> For your third fractal: Wow! I love the subtle leaf-like qualities and veins of of the edges of the fractal and the lines. The papery-texture really suits this and reinforces the idea of leaves. The yellow and the texture remind me of parchment. I really like the detailing of the leaf-edge on the left-hand side. It makes it seam like the edges that overlap are much more complex, and suggests at things hidden underneath. This is a very water-colory fractal, and I like the way the colors blend. I think the lower-left-hand corner is a bit dull, and could use a blush of color, or maybe a little bit more texture, or something- right now it's just a big blank space. I love the shading and shadowing done along the edge of the leaves. Excellent job!
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:iconfengda2870:
very well!!!!!
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:icongerder:
it soo simple but seems at the time soo complex probebly cuz of the color change and the tittle goes with it like poetry wonderful :D
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OutsideFate Jul 21, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Thank you!! That is what I generally aim for in my fractals!
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Spamkiller Feb 12, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Nothing less than fractal poetry. :heart:


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OutsideFate Feb 12, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Thank you ~
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Spamkiller Feb 18, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're most welcome. :aww:
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:iconfourteenthstar:
This is really beautiful, would never have thought this was a fractal.
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OutsideFate Jan 27, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Thank you so much!

Yeah, I have a tendency to make unfractaly-fractals :D
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