A different kind of digital art. Not the normal fractals, but normal fractals. I mean, that nature and fractals have a lot in common. They both repeat shapes, like leaves on a plant are repeated or the corkscrew of a shell. But,When creating fractals to use as nature art, I look for natural results from the fractal editor rather than digital non familiar abstractions. I first use a color palette taken from a nature photograph of mine. For example. the butterfly above, Wandering Liema, is the same colors and proportion of a juvenile redbird. And the green and yellow leaves are the same as of a butterfly and the brown vegetation accenting the photo is from another photograph, which, I totally forgot which pic I used for those colors.
It takes many fractals to make some objects, each antenna and leg, the body, head, wings, all carefully crafted to create the finished creature. Here it is eating a leaf, which butterflies don't eat leaves!. But that's the flexibility, flaws, or beauty of art, to create, to re-interpret. In fact, who is to say it is a butterfly, could be a wasp in disguise.
From the Wings collections of Art Galleries at Artistry Bird.