For all of you Android users with iOs envy, there’s a versatile free fractal app for Android out there after all! Fractview produces high-resolution .png images that you can share to other media. For example, mail them to your computer and use the fractals for dreaming or as collage-making material. Developer Karl Gmeiner (a.k.a. Searlesat) states that Fractview is completely open source and will remain open source and ad-free. The program is also hosted on […]
Category: Fractal Art Apps
The Turtle Graphics Renderer is a simple online platform created by Kevin Roast that allows you to create L-Sytem (“turtle”) patterns. These graphics are recursive patterns characterized by self-similarity and hence fractal-like forms. Plant models and natural-looking organic forms ‘grow’ and become more complex by increasing the iteration level of the form. To create images, choose a sample image on the right side of the screen and change the mathematical parameters (e.g. angles) at the […]
Use this simple, well-explained tool to make simple recursive images such as fibonacci trees.
Sterling 2 is a fractal software based on the Sterling fractal generator program written by Stephen C. Ferguson. Unlike the original program, which you can purchase for USD 35 from Stephen C. Ferguson’s website at http://tierazon.com/ktaza/fractal/index.html, Sterling 2 is free. Moreover, it comes with a formula editor. Download Sterling 2 directly from Soler’s website. Additionally, the website provides a link to Soler’s fractal gallery of 1,128 fractals you are welcome to download and use. Here’s a […]
Ultra Fractal is a fractal generator for download that runs on Windows or Mac OS X. The free trial version runs for 30 days and includes tutorials, and the website provides comprehensive resources and a user forum. The latest version to date is Ultra Fractal 6.01. The paid program costs between USD 29 and USD 99, depending on the features included. In addition to the beginner’s tutorial available on this wiki, tutorials are available at […]
Free fractal makers for download. The fractalforums.com community members who discovered the Mandelbulb also developed two pieces of software for rendering images of it, and its family of complex, chaotic objects: Mandelbulber (Windows, Mac, Linux) and Mandelbulb 3D (Windows, Linux). According to the site, “Mandelbulber is an experimental application that helps to make rendering 3D Mandelbrot fractals much more accessible. A few of the supported 3D fractals: Mandelbulb, Mandelbox, BulbBox, JuliaBulb, Menger Sponge, Quaternion, Trigonometric, […]
This site allows you to turn any image into a fractal or hyperbolic tiling (see image). The program is probably a little rudimentary compared to some of the fractal programs out there, but it’s easy to use and web-browser based. Firefox may be required for some features. Image Fractals – http://www.malinc.se/m/ImageFractals.php Hyperbolic Tilings – http://www.malinc.se/m/ImageTiling.php The site also has several more conventional fractal creators, but I recommend a more robust program if you’re looking for more features.
Description: Fractal flame editing freeware for download. Tutorials e.g. at https://design.tutsplus.com/articles/fractal-art-an-introduction-to-apophysis–cms-22248 License/Cost: Freeware Link: http://www.apophysis.org/