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Dimension Attractor Thirteen by MANDELWERK Dimension Attractor Thirteen by MANDELWERK
The Tower Falcon guarding the two "dimension-attractor" towers in the Ultra Holy Cathedral of hidden dimensions.
The cathedral are located inside a grain of cosmic dust at the bottom of an Arctic sea.
Still it could contain billions of galaxies inside its nave…
What it does contain are all the hidden dimensions of the joint universes.
The cathedral also houses the cruet containing the formulas for 13 dimensional rotations. We were one step closer to the holy Grail.

There had been a slight disturbance in the universal constants and the Falcon was set to work.
The Rhinoceros mentioned something about one more 13th mystery...

Mandelbulb 3D, clouds and birds photographed by me, added in Photoshop.
Been working on it for too long, time to let go...

(Tower Falcon is the literal translation of the Swedish name for Kestrel.)

And, yes I am back to the "Rhino-fractal"


Nearby the location of this image:


More from the "Rhino":


Have a nice weekend!

One of my pieces for the Exhibition at Värmlands Museum:
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darachusi Featured By Owner May 4, 2013   General Artist
the titles you come up with are just insane. they absolutely complement your work and even add an extra dimension to our interpretation of it. It must take a lot of patience and effort to conjure these titles..!
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MANDELWERK Featured By Owner May 5, 2013
Thank you Tan Yi.
Sometimes my imagination lives a life on its own, but the titles is very important for me.
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darachusi Featured By Owner May 9, 2013   General Artist
It's great to see that you've got a pretty convoluted imagination, and you're absolutely right; any work as dynamic as yours must most certainly live, if not adopt, a life of its own. I think the best fractal arts are those that strike a deep chord in the viewer, those that reminds you of something that was dreamed or experienced, but not in the waking world -- something nostalgic and deeply buried in memory.
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Sisterslaughter165 Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
This is absolutely stunning! :faint:
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MANDELWERK Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2013
Thank you Sister! :)
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Sisterslaughter165 Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
You're very welcome :D
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aemiliuslives Featured By Owner May 4, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow. This is so... haunting, for some reason. Spectacular.
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MANDELWERK Featured By Owner May 4, 2012
Thank you!
It will be displayed at my real world exhibition in May...
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Brummbear45 Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Asolutely fantastic! I love your approach using any software that leads to the image you create. Assuming that the basics are created in the miraculous Mandelbulb 3D -- I wish I had the slightest idea how some of the objects are build.
Most of my stills so far are done with Xenodreams and I hvae a hard time creating stills in Mandelbulb, because it animates so effortless and fast.
Check this: [link]
With great admiration
Brummbaer
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MANDELWERK Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2011
Thank you very much Brumm! :bow:

Well it is not like I build these images, more that i find them, mixing different 3D formulas and exploring the resulting hybrid to find interesting places.

Wow! Your oils are totally crazy, I used to paint surreal oils in the past, and have thought about doing these images in oil too, have too little time though...
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