Spectacular Animal Portraits as Electrifying Bursts of Color


Fractals is a digital illustration series by Canadian artist minimoo64 that transforms ordinary portraits of animals into visually spectacular streaks of color. Using Fractalius, a Photoshop plugin, and her additional editing skills, she is able to manipulate each image and render an eye-catching explosion of color.

Minimoo64’s portraits are enlivened through her artistic process, making each creature look like it has vivid, visible energy coursing through its body like electric currents. The growing collection includes all species from various birds and exotic mammals to fish and reptiles. The digital artist has created her own zoo of electrifying silhouettes.












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