Used This Tutorial. I managed to get more of the plugins, but i failed to find wedge angle and wedge count, so i decided to randomly pick bubble and this popped up . There is a transparent version for anyone who wants it
First off, I want to say that the colors in this are absolutely gorgeous. It's the first thing enjoyed when I saw this deviation. However, it seems just a tad repetitive. Perhaps if there were more variety in the many different 'tulips' it would look very impressive. Although, that option probably isn't available in what you used to create this? Also, I think the angle is a little odd. The tulip in the center demands all of your attention, but then it is cut off of it's brightest part and don't get to see all of it. It would have looked a lot more artistic if you had seen it at an angle just a bit below where you are now.
The dark background gives it a mighty look, as if you are staring into the sky and are seeing many galaxies doing the same thing as each other. The tulip in the back, where you can barely see its petals looks like a a normal galaxy that is not doing the same as the others. I like to notice the things that aren't supposed to stand out and I quite enjoyed that.
This is amazing. The colors are beautiful, and the idea for these to be tulips is so unique! I like your black background also, it reminds me of space, and all of the galaxys and stars within it, which is what entrances me the most about this picture. It's just like staring into space and all it's glory! Keep doing what your doing, you have a very nice techniqe and style, and your artwork is so original! I couldn't do anything near as nice as this, trust me! lol Anyway, overall this is a great piece, I don't see much flaws.
This turned out very nice. Apophysis is so amazingly versatile. Just one little substitution or tweak and it's like completely different. The while at the floral base is a little bright, though. You can tone that down with Gamma or Brightness in the Rendering tab of the image manip form (the one with zoom, roll, pitch, yaw, etc.).