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The flower of life by MMz0r The flower of life by MMz0r
The flower of life, geometry experiment.

"... these are the actual words that were used in ancient times to describe this. I think they called it the Flower of Life because it looks like a flower and because it ... [represents] the laws and proportions for everything alive and even not alive; everything that's manifested."
~Bernard Perona (a.k.a. Drunvalo Melchizedek)

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PixieBMTH Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Beautiful ♥
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UkrainianWerewolf Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2014  New member Student Artist
Dinyctis amazingDinyctis 
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Khemist09 Featured By Owner May 13, 2014  Student General Artist
Hey I was a quick request, is it possible for you to remove the deviantart logo in the background? I just want pure sacred G! Lol ;) If you can please let me know, and thank in advance! Love ya!
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Quantum-Spirit Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2014
linked and credited to www.quantumspirithealing.net/ Thank You
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Capstoned Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2014   Digital Artist
This is truly Amazing!!!!! What program did you use, is it a fractal? I have made several variation of FOL but all by hand(Placing XForms manually) in Apo...none are precise. Would love some info if you can help me get more precise alignment. I've done some animations also of TFOL.
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MMz0r Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2014   Digital Artist
Fractal by definition, though a vector graphic. CAD-, vector- and regular graphic programs usually offer alignment options. Not familiar with Apophysis I assume your looking for coordinate calculations; displacement for circles (not being top and bottom) relative to center circles' center:
x = radius /4
y = tangent

Alignment (provided for sufficient calculation precision) is least of concerns though; try avoiding duplicates on iteration of smaller scales (which will be redundantly filled) if you value semi-transparency. ;)
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Capstoned Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2014   Digital Artist
Thanks, what program did you use?
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Rasa13 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2013
amazing. :love:
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MMz0r Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2014   Digital Artist
:w00t:
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