This is a small collection of Ultra Fractal resources
on the web: fractal galleries, articles, utilities,
and so on. If you are looking for additional formula
downloads, see Public
Ultra Fractal 5 Challenges
Contains tutorials and challenges by Ron Barnett that will help you to get up to speed with the new features in Ultra Fractal 5.
Fractal Resources List
The Ultra Fractal Resource List by Janet Parke
is a comprehensive list of all Ultra Fractal-related
sites, including links to tutorials, articles,
and many fractal galleries, and information on
the mailing list.
Apophysis is a free program originally written by Mark Townsend.
Explore and create Flame and IFS fractals and
render them with Ultra Fractal.
- The making of Lords of Arrakis
This 8-part tutorial written by Troy R. Bishop
explains most of Ultra Fractal's features while
you create a fractal with 8 different layers.
With many screen shots.
Working with Ultra Fractal (online course)
An online beginners course by Janet Parke at the Visual Arts Academy that will teach you how to work with Ultra Fractal and create your own fractals.
Ultra Fractal Formulas 1 (online course)
An online course by Kerry Mitchell at the Visual Arts Academy that teaches how to write your own formulas. The prerequisite is the Working with Ultra Fractal course by Janet Parke, or instructor permission.
on Ultra Fractal
An excellent introduction to Ultra Fractal and
its unique capabilities by Damien Jones.
Introduces and explains the concept of fractal
art. Written by Kerry Mitchell.
This site display all entries submitted to the
1997, 1998, 1999, and 2000 Fractal Art contests,
including the winning images. These contest were
held during the summer, and among the entries
are many excellent fractals, most of which were
created with Ultra Fractal.
Parke Fractal Art Galleries
Fractal images by Janet Parke. Here you will also
find the highly recommended galleries from the
"challenges" on the mailing list: informal
contests with the goal to learn more about Ultra
This is a utility written by Mark Hammond to import
images into Ultra Fractal 3 or 4 by converting them to
(long) coloring algorithms. (Ultra Fractal 5 has a built-in image import feature).
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