Amazing fractal garden by Silvia Cordedda

Amazing fractal garden by Silvia Cordedda

The nature is a curios case of intertwined order and randomness. Silvia Cordedda pays a tribute to it with her fractal flora renders.

To render all that beauty Silvia uses mostly Apophysis 7X — a newer version of the “classic” fractal flame editor called Apophysis. She also does some postprocessing with GIMP.

Both versions of Apophysis are free software for Windows, both perfectly run under WINE on Linux. There's also a very similar native applicatuion called Qosmic, if you are interested in flame fractals, not mentioning a few plugins bundled with GIMP.

A Song of Sirens

A Song of Sirens

Nothing to Say

Nothing to Say

Where the Fairies Rest

Where the Fairies Rest

Away She'd Fly

Away She'd Fly

Frail

Frail

Elven Tress

Elven Tress

Al Mattino

Al Mattino

Melody of Spring

Melody of Spring

After Rain

After Rain

She also creates some rather jewelry looking images like these two.

Dragon Egg

Dragon Egg

Sacher

Sacher

You can find plenty more works by Silvia in her gallery on DeviantArt.

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  1. This is mind blowing, magnificent!

  2. Oh wow! Nice going Sylvia. I’ve always found fractal geometry interesting, but I’ve never explored how to design such things. Beautful stuff.

  3. too beautiful to be real

  4. I really like the Elven Tress, it is some fine peace of ART!