Analemma

Actually, this is not the right time for great operations I think. Outside, the next winter storm is going on, inside, I’m tired of a busy week. But I enjoy reading some foto-books about the art of Friedensreich Hundertwasser, especially his thoughts on architecture and so I got the idea of some nonlinear but symmetric art – like spirals, which symbolized live and death in Hundertwasser’s art.

I like his fantastic ideas about livelily houses, windows and trees, curves and the powerfull colors, he used. But my line-vector-based 3D-Editors aren’t able to do this on a simple way. So I took the free fractal software Apophysis and some of CabinTom’s and ShortGreenPig’s great scripts and made some experimental art on spirals, shells etc.

A colorfull blubbery snail-shell, made with Apophysis3D
A colorfull bubbly snail-shell, made with Apophysis3D
Another colorfull blubbery snail-shell, made with Apophysis3D
Another colorfull bubbly snail-shell, made with Apophysis3D
A bubbly flame spiral, made with Apophysis3D
A bubbly flame spiral, made with Apophysis3D

Hmm… I’m not an exceptionally gifted fractalist, but it was quite funny…

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Martin Dühning, geb. 1975, studierte Germanistik, kath. Theologie und Geschichte in Freiburg im Breisgau, arbeitet am Hochrhein-Gymnasium in Waldshut und ist Gründer, Herausgeber und Chefredakteur von Anastratin.de.