In the present work, the topographical images of slurry erosion surfaces at different impact angles were quantified using fractal analysis. The study showed that the variation of fractal value of slope of linearized power spectral density with the impact angle is largely similar to the relationship between the erosion rate and the impact angle. Both the fractal value and erosion rate were maximum at 45 deg and 90 deg for ductile and brittle materials, respectively. It was found also that the variation of fractal values versus the impact angle has a general trend that does not depend on magnification factor. The fractal features to the eroded surfaces along different directions showed high directionality at oblique impact angle and were symmetrical at normal impact.