- I just discovered them and they are absolutely fascinating.
(I was inspired by a nice person named Pat who is using some
of my graphics on her Fractal
Wanderings pages. Go visit her, too!) I don't pretend to
be an expert, or even to know what I'm doing! For me it's a
'hit or miss' surprise every time! Maybe that's what's such
fun.:) I think that fractals are a very personal thing - there
doesn't seem to be a right or wrong, good or bad - it's the
response it evokes, which of course is different for everyone.
To me, they seem to draw you right into the image. Cool.
were all made with Flarium24
or Sterling. The only embellishments in PhotoImpact were
to make the vertical edges seamless or an occasional "sharpen"
or "color tuning." (They lose something when you make
them small enough for a border.)
decided for now not to use thumbnails. They really don't look
good unless they are a pretty hefty size. I personally think
it's more fun to just click "next" and see what pops
up on the screen! Once you hit the road you can just keep going
til you get back here, and there is a link to this page on every
fractal page if you want to bail out. (But please be sure to
see #50 - it's my favorite . . and 38, and 6, and 15 . . . well,
you could check out all of them!)