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Critiquing Fractals the Technical SideNot sure what a Fractal Art is or what Fractal Art is not then feel free to read the following article http://www.fractalus.com/kerry/articles/manifesto/fa-manifesto.htmlCritiquing Fractals the Technical Side by one-tough-one
There are a lot of different things that you should think about before critiquing a fractal (or any other piece of artwork for that matter) first there is Critiquing Fractals The Artistic Side by :icondeepchrome: http://news.deviantart.com/article/54578/
And then there is Critiquing Fractals the Technical Side
I'm going to try and define some of the more technical terms about fractal artwork and also things that deal with rendering in Apophysis and Ultra-Fractal. I have a lot more experience with Apophysis than I do with Ultra-Fractal but I will do my best and have asked questions of some of the better and more experience Ultra-Fractal artists that I know.
Okay off to the definitions and what they mean in terms of a fractal so that you know what terms to use when you are critiquing a fractal in technical terms.
Critiquing Fractals - The Artistic SideImagine this scenario: You've roamed the galleries of DeviantArt, and discovered the Fractal Gallery. You poke about, intruiged by this odd new artform you just discovered. Soon, you discover a stunning piece that blows you away with how awesome it is. You must comment. You must. Even though it has a fairly "empty" corner that bugs you and the colors could be just a little better.Critiquing Fractals - The Artistic Side by DeepChrome
But once the fractal's fullview loads, you're suddenly lost for words. How do you tell the artist who made this piece that while they've done a great job, there are some things that could be done better? It's a bit daunting, especially for someone who might not understand a fractal beyond this very broad of definitions: "An image of repeating forms created by mathematical equations."
Many people out there, I am sure, would love to say more about a fractal they like, or at least notice enough to give a critique that's more than just one sentence. However, they somehow feel lost for words, and settle on "Wow, n