Science and art

In nature, all forms are fractal (see fractals).Programmers, when developing brushes for digital painting programs (such as MyPaint), lay geometric sequences in them.You can see this if you zoom in on the brush (let’s look at the example of the MyPaint brushes that I used for clouds)The experience and intuition of the artist allow you to select brushes with the right fractality, for certain shapes and textures.

brushes for clouds:
Pipe Dream,08/Ico Felt Pen



Hi alex_cali_d_paint,

When I was an undergraduate (during the reign of Claudius) I ran across fractals. I discussed the topic with the head of the math department and he told me there was no class that covered fractals. He put together a bibliography and I was able to study on my own. You’ve sparked my curiosity: I’ll have to refresh my memory on fractals. Thanks for bringing it up.

phdtx

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creative practices, digital painting-helped me to understand the universe better.fractals, attractors of the form in which the creative energy of the universe is reflected.there is another interesting area of research-cymatics

Hi,

Here’s something that might be of interest:

phdtx

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Yes, I’ve read a lot of similar materials.I don’t like details (I’m not a scientist), but I understand the essence.there is the measurable and the immeasurable.and somewhere along this thin attractor facet the artist wanders creating forms