60 Beautiful Fractals Created with Apophysis:Part 1

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title-apophysis-inspirationFractals are becoming more and more popular between designers and they have a good reason for it -with programs like Apophysis such fractal creation isn’t tiresome process, just play with settings, variables, scripts, plugins and get unbelievable results. At first I wanted to create one huge post with inspiration, tutorials and resources, but I reconsidered because then article wouldn’t be very clear. So there will be 3 parts: Inspiration, Resources and Tutorials. To get Your attention the first post will be inspirational so You could see what can be done with such small programm just by testing and playing with settings. Here I present to You 60 Beautiful Fractals Created with Apophysis:Inspiration:Part 1


Apophysis

Apophysis is a freeware Windows program for designing and rendering fractal flames. It was created by Mark Townsend and has since been improved and updated by Peter Sdobnov, Piotr Borys and Ronald Hordijk. Fractal Flames were originally developed in 1992 by Scott Draves.

apophysis-program

Merging Apophysis by Gibson125

Merging Apophysis inspiration

Apophysis Eye by peach

Apophysis Eye inspiration

Apophysis Peaches En Regalia by Gibson125

Apophysis Peaches En Regalia inspiration

J.A. by babymik

j a 3d-apophysis-inspiration


Daphne Blue by Gibson125

Daphne-Blue-inspiration

Apophysis Connections by Gibson125

Apophysis Connections inspiration

Quite Blue Apophysis by Gibson125

Quite Blue Apophysis inspiration

Apophysis Vanilla Passage by Gibson125

apophysis-vanilla-passage-inspiration

Apophysis Corsets by ClaireJones

Apophysis Corsets inspiration

Apophysis-080411-12a by parablev

Apophysis brown-inspiration

Sound Development by grinagog

sound development-inspiration

Apophysis-050127 by hubbabub

Apophysis-colorful-inspiration

Apophysis- 112 by coolheart

Apophysis grey-inspiration

Apophysis Treasure Hunt 2 by jennabee25

Apophysis Treasure Hunt 2 inspiration

Alchemy – Apophysis by 404-Not-Found

Alchemy Apophysis inspiration

Apophysis experiment withZcone by aperson4321

apophysis experiment withZcone inspiration

Melt the Ice by Zueuk

melt-the-ice-inspiration

The Awakening III-Rebirth by CygX1

The awakening III Rebirth inspiration

Motion by darkarchon

Motion apophysis-inspiration

Cataclysm by Zueuk

Cataclysm inspiration

Apophysis: PRECIOUS by 1footonthedawn

Apophysis PRECIOUS inspiration

Apophysis-080331-122 by parablev

Apophysis golden-inspiration

Apophysis Clock by coolheart

clock-apophysis-inspiration

Apo16 by coolheart

Apo16 inspiration

Treasure in 3D by Zueuk

Treasure in 3D inspiration

The Rising by Wick5ter

The Rising inspiration

Worn In Time by TwilightAmbiance

Worn In Time inspiration

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Illusions by CygX1

Illusions inspiration

Writhe by WelshWench

Writhe inspiration

Cosmic Apophysis by ArtistInWaiting

Cosmic Apophysis inspiration

Night Garden by Szellorozsa

Night Garden inspiration

Gorgons Emblem by silverb

gorgons-emblem-inspiration

Crossroads by Szellorozsa

Crossroads inspiration

Mirrored flower by mistywisp

Mirrored flower inspiration

Time For Spirals by Wick5ter

Time For Spirals inspiration

Apophysis WP-04 by silver-

silver-Apophysis WP 04

Apophysis Heart by coolheart

heart-Apophysis 128-inspiration

Hendrixphere by mutequacky

Hendrixphere inspiration

Abalone by Actionjack52

Abalone inspiration

Thorn by xmandypandyx

Thorn inspiration

Instant of Lucidity by Szellorozsa

Instant of Lucidity inspiration

Apophysis by Falcon0408

Apophysis lava-inspiration

Talisman V Origin of life by hmn

Talisman V Origin of life inspiration

Golden heart by coolheart

golden-heart-inspiration

Shadowplay by grinagog

shadowplay inspiration

Synapse by Szellorozsa

Synapse inspiration

First Shot At Apophysis by DeathByMuffin

First Shot At Apophysis inspiration

Freezing flames by grinagog

freezing flames inspiration

Apophysis Smashing by 1footonthedawn

Apophysis Smashing 1footonthedawn

Wildfire by Nestalgica

Wildfire inspiration

Another World VI . Halls by Kaeltyk

Another World VI Halls inspiration

APO-36 Spiral by moonlitknight01

APO spiral-inspiration

Apophysis Space Nebula Render by Muesliriegel

Space Nebula Render inspiration

Purple Heart by KDH

Purple Heart inspiration

Thinking of Summertime by Szellorozsa

Thinking of Summertime inspiration

Apophysis Obscurity by R-a-j

Apophysis Obscurity-inspiration

Shattered reality by muetze

shattered reality inspiration

Star by sinner84

Star inspiration

I will continue with resources, script, plugin and tutorial roundup for Apophysis on my next post and here You go:

33 Outstanding Apophysis Tutorials: Part 2

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34 Comments Best Comments First
  • mark

    Friday, April 17th, 2009 22:54

    15

    Apr 15th, 2009 at 3:33 pm
    mutequacky Apr 15th, 2009 at 3:33 pm

    Like the person above, I would have like you to ask for permission before you stuck it up here. But since I am accredited for it, I’m not gonna be pissy.

    too late! :) you already ARE being pissy, you pissy little pissy person! lol

    3 comments.
    These pieces of art are truly beautiful. I would not have even known they existed where it not for this post brining them to my (and the worlds) attention. They would truly have languished, beautiful and unknown, in the little artists enclave that is DeviantArt and other places (which I still wont frequent, because frankly, I dont have the time :(/

    I find the petulant wailings of some (ok, many) bemoaning that no “permission” was granted before the pieces were made a small part of this article to be woefully misplaced.

    One: NO PERMISSION WAS NECESSARY. The article is a NEWS POST and the likeness of your image(s) used was in the context of reporting the news and was FAIR USE.

    Furthermore, as you all mostly pointed out, there was no harm to ANY OF YOU as a result, all the images were fully attributed directly with a link back to the originator. For all the scourge of content theft, illegal incorporation and utilization (where someone takes either the idea you have or worse the actual product, does a tweak, then publishes it as their own) this site and postings represented none of those evils.

    It’s this sort of pussy based needles whining that makes people roll their eyes in disgust. There is a big difference between standing up for your rights, righting a wrong and between finding some slight, insult or theft when none exists.

    Hey, guess what? It was all done (mostly) with a free program!
    Get over it guys, please. :)

    +3
  • Varsha Jaikumar

    Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 17:32

    11

    I really loved this. Wonderful creation. :)

    Varsha Jaikumars last blog post : System Proxy In Ubuntu- A Bug?

    +2
  • lawrence77

    Sunday, April 19th, 2009 22:27

    23

    Not a bad post! :)

    lawrence77s last blog post : Animation Vs Animator!

    +2
  • Dainis Graveris

    Thursday, April 16th, 2009 22:09

    14

    Thank You and sorry people I didn’t ask for Your permission, it was my mistake and I won’t do it again.

    +1
  • Kai

    Sunday, April 26th, 2009 16:20

    24

    really nice an inspiring works. “Worn in Time” is more than great!

    Kais last blog post : Buchvorstellung: Webshops mit Magento

    +1
  • ashley

    Tuesday, April 14th, 2009 21:26

    1

    i love these…some of them are pretty spiritual feeling to me.

    +1
  • Rejis

    Saturday, May 9th, 2009 10:02

    25

    Dainis

    Fantastic collections!!

    +1
  • Maggie

    Thursday, April 16th, 2009 21:09

    13

    What’s the mac equivalent to Apophysis? Is there one?

    0
  • james

    Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 11:26

    3

    these are so beautiful and awe inspiring.

    0
  • joyoge designers' bookmark

    Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 01:05

    2

    these are really nice, I like “Apophysis Eye by peach” and “Apophysis-080331-122 by parablev” thanks for good share..

    joyoge designers’ bookmarks last blog post : Create a Flexible Layer Mask Illustrator Tutorial

    0
  • Dainis Graveris

    Saturday, April 18th, 2009 08:08

    16

    @mark thanks for Your support, I hoped the same when bringing out those fractals fully accredited to their creators, but I can understand some people don’t like attention without noticing. I just removed artworks requested so everyone could be happy, it would be 2x more work to inform and wait for everybody’s permission, but in future I will choose my picks more carefully however.

    0
  • aperson4321

    Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 12:04

    4

    It’s nice you featured one of my pictures here. but i would have liked you to ask for permission for using it first… (got a notice in my profile on Deviantart that someone had used one of my pictures)
    Annyway i give you permission to use it here, so hopefully no problems created.

    0
  • Danh ba web 2.0

    Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 06:07

    5

    Awesome collection. Thanks a lot !

    Danh ba web 2.0s last blog post : 8 CSS Frameworks phổ biến nhất hiện nay

    0
  • Bruce Colthart Creative (@bccreative)

    Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 15:01

    9

    Very nice collection!

    Does anyone know a Mac equivalent of Apophysis?

    0
  • Jennabee25 aka Jenn

    Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 15:46

    10

    Thank you for featuring one of my Apophysis pieces, but please ask my permission next time if you choose to feature one of my pieces. I am grateful that you really like my fractal here and I appreciate the feature, so I will give you permission to keep it up.

    Please be mindful in the future that many artists on dA do require their permission before their work is published off-site.

    Jennabee25 aka Jenns last blog post : Magnolia 2 [Flickr]

    0
  • Desiztech

    Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 08:38

    7

    Nice post. Some of them are really amazing.
    dugged a retweeted

    Desiztechs last blog post : The Best Original Freebies by Web/Graphic Designers and Illustrators

    0
  • mutequacky

    Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 15:33

    6

    Like the person above, I would have like you to ask for permission before you stuck it up here. But since I am accredited for it, I’m not gonna be pissy.

    0
  • john glynn

    Sunday, April 19th, 2009 02:23

    17

    @mark I agree wholeheartedly. Some of these people should remember that this is a FREE program ! I know they have put a lot of time into creating these pics – and yeah if an image became the new background in a Nokia or Nike advert then it’s a problem. BUT PLEASE c’mon – you’ve created a nice pic in a free program – share.

    I wish I had created something you actually wanted to share !

    0
  • Jennabee25

    Sunday, April 19th, 2009 06:10

    18

    I guess for me it wasn’t necessarily that it was used without me knowing, I like to see when my work is featured! And as for Apophysis being a free program, lots of art and fractal programs are free, under the GNU General Public License (yes, free, but still a license), and people make intellectual property on them every day. Just because someone uses a free program to make their creation doesn’t mean it’s a free-for-all. Fractal art is art.

    Asking permission is best. It’s a pain, but it saves grief, plus people like to know when when we are featured off of our usual sites. I do appreciate the link back.

    Here’s an idea, if you’d like. Create a deviantART account (that’s where these came from. :)) if you haven’t got one already, leave the artist a message on the page of the fractal saying “Hey, you’ve got a feature,” leave a link, and Favorite the piece. They get the hits and YOU get a link to your site on the fractal’s page. Yes, a pain again, but it might eliminate some of the surprise people had.

    0
  • Ankita

    Monday, February 1st, 2010 15:18

    30

    Beautiful…..i forgot to blink seeing these awesome designs.

    0
  • vertus

    Tuesday, January 26th, 2010 17:56

    29
    0
  • Khalil

    Monday, April 26th, 2010 17:25

    31

    Fabulous, Amazing, Superb

    0
  • genny

    Sunday, June 13th, 2010 05:39

    32

    Absolutely amazing….is this program expensive..I would love to have it.
    It blew my mind , actually..thanks for opening my eyes wide with pleasure.

    0
  • Debbie Jones

    Thursday, April 7th, 2011 05:34

    34

    Absolutely brilliant and gorgeous work. Looking forward to seeing more.

    0
  • Boni

    Monday, November 15th, 2010 17:56

    33

    wow i kant bilive it is its……………..AMAZING i realy opend my mind =p

    0
  • Halen

    Wednesday, January 13th, 2010 12:05

    28

    Very attractive! inspired with the sinner84

    0
  • dimaks

    Saturday, November 7th, 2009 21:58

    27

    it’s my first time to hear about Apophysis and now, i am definitely on the look out for it. i think i must have it. these are stunning fractals and i just can’t get enough of them! thanks for sharing!

    0
  • Jennabee25

    Sunday, April 19th, 2009 17:24

    20

    I was just trying to find a way to meet people halfway, that’s all, vanity has nothing to do with it.

    0
  • joel

    Sunday, April 19th, 2009 07:51

    19

    One thing with vanity is that its appetite can not be satisfied
    Create an account to say how sweet you are and make you a favorite?? WTF? How much fricken’ FELLATIO do you g’damm people want????
    Plus none of those recommendations address the ‘permission issue’ since I would guess that creating a Deviant account and going to your link to suck up to you does not by itself constiute “permission”
    “Just because someone uses a free program to make their creation doesn’t mean it’s a free-for-all. ” I totally agree, in the same way that finding a pencil and using it to write a manuscript doesnt make your book “free”…
    however, getting recognized in an internationally viewed blog is not a ‘free for all’. Plus those images were all tagged with the artists name, so there was no chance they would be used by some crook (they would have to a bit of work to use it)

    0
  • restapa

    Tuesday, September 29th, 2009 15:44

    26

    wesome collection. Thanks

    0
  • John Holt

    Sunday, April 19th, 2009 19:44

    21

    These are awesome pieces for sure. Too bad you can’t get Apophysis for Mac. Why would anyone make a Design tool and not make it for Mac as well?

    -1
  • mark

    Sunday, April 19th, 2009 21:07

    22

    These are awesome pieces for sure. Too bad you can’t get Apophysis for Mac. Why would anyone make a Design tool and not make it for Mac as well?

    You probably ask equally pithy and relevant questions such as “Why wont that girl (or guy) have sex with me?”
    It’s probably the same with the guy who developed Apophysis – he only cared about the PC and didnt want to screw with the Mac, especially as he was doing it for free and released the source code to the world.

    The real question *I* would ask, “Don’t MAC users know about GOOGLE?”
    There were tons of fractal programs for the Mac, BootCamp and other tools (like Wine) that allow you to run Windows programs under mac (best option) and finally a Java port of the program.

    -1
  • Kimberly C.Wade

    Thursday, April 16th, 2009 17:49

    12

    Those interested: Please look up “fractalicious” on Merriam-Webster.com./ the Open Dictionary section Fractal renderings give new meaning to “eye has not seen” what awaits in Heaven for those who love God. (paraphrased) and that it is “the things which are unseen that makes that which we do see and that all things are by him, for him, in him, to him, from him, about him.” (also paraphrased). The “him” being the Christ, Jesus.

    -2
  • Debbie Jones

    Thursday, April 7th, 2011 05:34

    34

    Absolutely brilliant and gorgeous work. Looking forward to seeing more.

    0
  • Boni

    Monday, November 15th, 2010 17:56

    33

    wow i kant bilive it is its……………..AMAZING i realy opend my mind =p

    0
  • genny

    Sunday, June 13th, 2010 05:39

    32

    Absolutely amazing….is this program expensive..I would love to have it.
    It blew my mind , actually..thanks for opening my eyes wide with pleasure.

    0
  • Khalil

    Monday, April 26th, 2010 17:25

    31

    Fabulous, Amazing, Superb

    0
  • Ankita

    Monday, February 1st, 2010 15:18

    30

    Beautiful…..i forgot to blink seeing these awesome designs.

    0
  • vertus

    Tuesday, January 26th, 2010 17:56

    29
    0
  • Halen

    Wednesday, January 13th, 2010 12:05

    28

    Very attractive! inspired with the sinner84

    0
  • dimaks

    Saturday, November 7th, 2009 21:58

    27

    it’s my first time to hear about Apophysis and now, i am definitely on the look out for it. i think i must have it. these are stunning fractals and i just can’t get enough of them! thanks for sharing!

    0
  • restapa

    Tuesday, September 29th, 2009 15:44

    26

    wesome collection. Thanks

    0
  • Rejis

    Saturday, May 9th, 2009 10:02

    25

    Dainis

    Fantastic collections!!

    +1
  • Kai

    Sunday, April 26th, 2009 16:20

    24

    really nice an inspiring works. “Worn in Time” is more than great!

    Kais last blog post : Buchvorstellung: Webshops mit Magento

    +1
  • lawrence77

    Sunday, April 19th, 2009 22:27

    23

    Not a bad post! :)

    lawrence77s last blog post : Animation Vs Animator!

    +2
  • mark

    Sunday, April 19th, 2009 21:07

    22

    These are awesome pieces for sure. Too bad you can’t get Apophysis for Mac. Why would anyone make a Design tool and not make it for Mac as well?

    You probably ask equally pithy and relevant questions such as “Why wont that girl (or guy) have sex with me?”
    It’s probably the same with the guy who developed Apophysis – he only cared about the PC and didnt want to screw with the Mac, especially as he was doing it for free and released the source code to the world.

    The real question *I* would ask, “Don’t MAC users know about GOOGLE?”
    There were tons of fractal programs for the Mac, BootCamp and other tools (like Wine) that allow you to run Windows programs under mac (best option) and finally a Java port of the program.

    -1
  • John Holt

    Sunday, April 19th, 2009 19:44

    21

    These are awesome pieces for sure. Too bad you can’t get Apophysis for Mac. Why would anyone make a Design tool and not make it for Mac as well?

    -1
  • Jennabee25

    Sunday, April 19th, 2009 17:24

    20

    I was just trying to find a way to meet people halfway, that’s all, vanity has nothing to do with it.

    0
  • joel

    Sunday, April 19th, 2009 07:51

    19

    One thing with vanity is that its appetite can not be satisfied
    Create an account to say how sweet you are and make you a favorite?? WTF? How much fricken’ FELLATIO do you g’damm people want????
    Plus none of those recommendations address the ‘permission issue’ since I would guess that creating a Deviant account and going to your link to suck up to you does not by itself constiute “permission”
    “Just because someone uses a free program to make their creation doesn’t mean it’s a free-for-all. ” I totally agree, in the same way that finding a pencil and using it to write a manuscript doesnt make your book “free”…
    however, getting recognized in an internationally viewed blog is not a ‘free for all’. Plus those images were all tagged with the artists name, so there was no chance they would be used by some crook (they would have to a bit of work to use it)

    0
  • Jennabee25

    Sunday, April 19th, 2009 06:10

    18

    I guess for me it wasn’t necessarily that it was used without me knowing, I like to see when my work is featured! And as for Apophysis being a free program, lots of art and fractal programs are free, under the GNU General Public License (yes, free, but still a license), and people make intellectual property on them every day. Just because someone uses a free program to make their creation doesn’t mean it’s a free-for-all. Fractal art is art.

    Asking permission is best. It’s a pain, but it saves grief, plus people like to know when when we are featured off of our usual sites. I do appreciate the link back.

    Here’s an idea, if you’d like. Create a deviantART account (that’s where these came from. :)) if you haven’t got one already, leave the artist a message on the page of the fractal saying “Hey, you’ve got a feature,” leave a link, and Favorite the piece. They get the hits and YOU get a link to your site on the fractal’s page. Yes, a pain again, but it might eliminate some of the surprise people had.

    0
  • john glynn

    Sunday, April 19th, 2009 02:23

    17

    @mark I agree wholeheartedly. Some of these people should remember that this is a FREE program ! I know they have put a lot of time into creating these pics – and yeah if an image became the new background in a Nokia or Nike advert then it’s a problem. BUT PLEASE c’mon – you’ve created a nice pic in a free program – share.

    I wish I had created something you actually wanted to share !

    0
  • Dainis Graveris

    Saturday, April 18th, 2009 08:08

    16

    @mark thanks for Your support, I hoped the same when bringing out those fractals fully accredited to their creators, but I can understand some people don’t like attention without noticing. I just removed artworks requested so everyone could be happy, it would be 2x more work to inform and wait for everybody’s permission, but in future I will choose my picks more carefully however.

    0
  • mark

    Friday, April 17th, 2009 22:54

    15

    Apr 15th, 2009 at 3:33 pm
    mutequacky Apr 15th, 2009 at 3:33 pm

    Like the person above, I would have like you to ask for permission before you stuck it up here. But since I am accredited for it, I’m not gonna be pissy.

    too late! :) you already ARE being pissy, you pissy little pissy person! lol

    3 comments.
    These pieces of art are truly beautiful. I would not have even known they existed where it not for this post brining them to my (and the worlds) attention. They would truly have languished, beautiful and unknown, in the little artists enclave that is DeviantArt and other places (which I still wont frequent, because frankly, I dont have the time :(/

    I find the petulant wailings of some (ok, many) bemoaning that no “permission” was granted before the pieces were made a small part of this article to be woefully misplaced.

    One: NO PERMISSION WAS NECESSARY. The article is a NEWS POST and the likeness of your image(s) used was in the context of reporting the news and was FAIR USE.

    Furthermore, as you all mostly pointed out, there was no harm to ANY OF YOU as a result, all the images were fully attributed directly with a link back to the originator. For all the scourge of content theft, illegal incorporation and utilization (where someone takes either the idea you have or worse the actual product, does a tweak, then publishes it as their own) this site and postings represented none of those evils.

    It’s this sort of pussy based needles whining that makes people roll their eyes in disgust. There is a big difference between standing up for your rights, righting a wrong and between finding some slight, insult or theft when none exists.

    Hey, guess what? It was all done (mostly) with a free program!
    Get over it guys, please. :)

    +3
  • Dainis Graveris

    Thursday, April 16th, 2009 22:09

    14

    Thank You and sorry people I didn’t ask for Your permission, it was my mistake and I won’t do it again.

    +1
  • Maggie

    Thursday, April 16th, 2009 21:09

    13

    What’s the mac equivalent to Apophysis? Is there one?

    0
  • Kimberly C.Wade

    Thursday, April 16th, 2009 17:49

    12

    Those interested: Please look up “fractalicious” on Merriam-Webster.com./ the Open Dictionary section Fractal renderings give new meaning to “eye has not seen” what awaits in Heaven for those who love God. (paraphrased) and that it is “the things which are unseen that makes that which we do see and that all things are by him, for him, in him, to him, from him, about him.” (also paraphrased). The “him” being the Christ, Jesus.

    -2
  • Varsha Jaikumar

    Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 17:32

    11

    I really loved this. Wonderful creation. :)

    Varsha Jaikumars last blog post : System Proxy In Ubuntu- A Bug?

    +2
  • Jennabee25 aka Jenn

    Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 15:46

    10

    Thank you for featuring one of my Apophysis pieces, but please ask my permission next time if you choose to feature one of my pieces. I am grateful that you really like my fractal here and I appreciate the feature, so I will give you permission to keep it up.

    Please be mindful in the future that many artists on dA do require their permission before their work is published off-site.

    Jennabee25 aka Jenns last blog post : Magnolia 2 [Flickr]

    0
  • Bruce Colthart Creative (@bccreative)

    Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 15:01

    9

    Very nice collection!

    Does anyone know a Mac equivalent of Apophysis?

    0
  • Desiztech

    Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 08:38

    7

    Nice post. Some of them are really amazing.
    dugged a retweeted

    Desiztechs last blog post : The Best Original Freebies by Web/Graphic Designers and Illustrators

    0
  • mutequacky

    Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 15:33

    6

    Like the person above, I would have like you to ask for permission before you stuck it up here. But since I am accredited for it, I’m not gonna be pissy.

    0
  • Danh ba web 2.0

    Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 06:07

    5

    Awesome collection. Thanks a lot !

    Danh ba web 2.0s last blog post : 8 CSS Frameworks phổ biến nhất hiện nay

    0
  • aperson4321

    Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 12:04

    4

    It’s nice you featured one of my pictures here. but i would have liked you to ask for permission for using it first… (got a notice in my profile on Deviantart that someone had used one of my pictures)
    Annyway i give you permission to use it here, so hopefully no problems created.

    0
  • james

    Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 11:26

    3

    these are so beautiful and awe inspiring.

    0
  • joyoge designers' bookmark

    Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 01:05

    2

    these are really nice, I like “Apophysis Eye by peach” and “Apophysis-080331-122 by parablev” thanks for good share..

    joyoge designers’ bookmarks last blog post : Create a Flexible Layer Mask Illustrator Tutorial

    0
  • ashley

    Tuesday, April 14th, 2009 21:26

    1

    i love these…some of them are pretty spiritual feeling to me.

    +1

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