Previously featured artist: Robert Töreki. In his own words:

Growing up with my nose in every fantasy and science-fiction book I could get hold of certainly must have triggered my imagination to take jouneys beyond crude ocular vision. My first computer was a Vic-20 and I found both a toy and a tool in computers. Today I run a print shop in Sweden and in my sparetime I enjoy creating abstract art both on canvas as well as on the computer.

Smudge
Found a nice pattern and gradients that looks like smudged offset color...
Tvivla
The feeling I'm trying to express is that heartstopping moment that occurs...
Blur
I wish I remembered how to achieve the blurred camera effect...
Ragnarok
A vision of the destruction of the world...

Ultra Fractal has proven itself to be an invaluable tool to make high quality renders without having to use a single piece of code crunching, thanks to the library of public formulas. All it takes is tweaking of values and layers. Most of the time it's a kind of automatism where you delve deep into the fractals until your eye catches something that looks nice. The limit is where your imagination no longer can take you!

 
Shadows
A study of using Ultra Fractal to simulate depth and shadows...
Solaris
One of my first renders in Ultra Fractal...
Flame fractal
A study of using the flame fractal in Ultra Fractal...
Path of souls
An early Ultra Fractal render inspired to resemble a thin silver path...
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