Blog posts tagged “Fractals”

Anatomy of Confidence
March 27, 2005

I'm not trying to toot my own horn here but I'm often asked how I'm able to create fractals the way I do. There is never an easy explanation—especially since the answer can often get technical very quickly and few people even know what a fractal is let alone the program that I use to make them. This is an attempt at trying to explain how I created my Confidence fractal.

Color me Textured
March 17, 2005

When I became interested in fractal art and started researching it, I found plenty to keep me occupied for quite a while. What grabbed my attention and has yet to let it go is the level of detail the fractal artists put into their work and how "real" it made their images look. That's what intially drew me to this form of art and I wanted to do it too. What's possible still amazes me but now I've developed my own methods of detailing my work.

Fractal Philosophizing
January 7, 2005

If you asked the person sitting next to you what fractal art was, there's a fairly good chance that they would cock their head to one side and look at you quizzically. It is this response with which I am greeted when I answer the often-asked question of the hobbies I enjoy.

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