One of my creations inspired by the Ogre world Ghorrok . I may post some of my other creations another day
The Forgotten Keep of the Revenants .
I imagined that after the Revenants lost the war, the survivors fled to their far eastern wastes where they plot revenge in this keep .
A vision of Lucent, the Third Light - the Elven tree .
The last few look very fractal-heavy. Lots of symmetry and repetitions overall. An interesting form of art. Good texture quality too btw
Well all these creations are what is called "fractal art" :)
Symetries are not an "automatic" fractal feature but when I do architectural subjects, I always look for symetries simply because I find non symetrical architecture ugly . Your mileage may vary :)
The basic motivation of fractal art is to represent a subject with fractals . It is a similar motivation like in abstract art which moves away from a (photo)realism by using abstract geometric shapes and colors .
The difference with "clasical" abstract art being that fractal art stays nearer to the underlying subject (it can be spontaneously "recognized") and has an uncountable infinity of very rich shapes, colors and textures .