Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Fine Mesh

This one was made "from scratch" using Apo. For the first time, I used the "new blank flame" option instead of working with a flame generated by a random batch.

Perhaps this is what they mean by "beginner's luck".

Fine Mesh

The large version can be viewed at the preceding link.

Today's Gratitude Item: Vegetable soup. Specifically the soup made by one of the other teachers in the Maths department to celebrate a different teacher's birthday. The soup was hot, thick and nutritious and was served with lovely large bread rolls. Wonderful on a rather cold day.

4 comments:

Trée said...

I've seen this one before but still I'm amazed at what you are doing with this program. Hard to believe Apo can produce such images. Excellent work Jenni.

goatman said...

Really nice view of a meshwork landscape. I'm not sure it could be called a "fractal" by the strict definition of such but it would be a fun place to live for awhile.
Thanks for the help on my blog background. Your suggestion worked but I was shooting for something more like the light blue in the middle of the sky. Do you have a way to detect the Hex notation for a presented color?
Peace

Oliviah said...

This is really neat. I think you have far more than beginners luck on this one, you are very, very skilled at this.

Evydense said...

You inspire me to study the whole area more, but I just don't make the time.

It's still on my to-do list. In the meantime, I continue to totally admire your wonderful creations.

R.