Spectacular Faberge fractals by Tom Beddard

A Scot Tom Beddard used to be a laser physicist for a long time. He studied at the University of St. Andrews where he got familiar with 3D design. Now in the Internet he is famous as the artist and web-developer with a nickname subBlue. Tom Beddard creates unusual fractal pictures that look like Faberge eggs. The physicist applied his scientific knowledge to the art sphere.

Spectacular Faberge fractals by Tom Beddard

His main series of artworks is intriguing and is named “Faberge Fractals”. Such a name was chosen initially. Patterns really resemble bizarre and fantastical lines of the old famous master. The author Tom Beddard explaining the process of Faberge fractals creation says that tree-dimensional fractals are produced by iterative formulas. The output of the first iteration creates the input for the next iteration. The formulas zoom and rotate space. Tom Beddard uses so-called formulaic method in his artworks.
It is hard to explain how these Faberge fractals are created. The best way to understand how it works is to see with your own eyes these amazing figures. They are naturally organic and geometrically proportional. The closer you get to the Faberge fractals, the bigger details of the models become. So, when you zoom, more details reveal and it is really fantastic.

Spectacular Faberge fractals by Tom Beddard

Tom Beddard is amazed himself how simple mathematical or algorithmic processes result into such incredible details which astonish with their aestheticism and entanglement. The author says that sometimes the most beautiful Faberge fractals are the least expected.

Spectacular Faberge fractals by Tom Beddard

When you look at these striking geometric figures, you will certainly want to buy one and put somewhere in your living-room. Unfortunately, such beauty is digital and exists only virtually. Faberge fractals are not physical and it is impossible to touch them. However, maybe it is possible to print with a 3D-printer.
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