Fruity Fusion Fizz... try to say it ten times really fast. If you can ace that... attempt it again with a mouthful of dry crackers (but not before your audience has a chance to put on their protective goggles)... lol!
Many thanks to all for your very gracious and receptive feedback on "A Wishing Pool"... I wish ya'll could have a real one (and invite me over to toss in a few coins of my own)... ;)
Ultra Fractal... using Pseudo Magnet Julia by Mark Townsend (mt.ufm), 10 layers of Doodads by Dennis Magar (ldm.ucl) and one layer of Bezier Curve by Kerry Mitchell (lkm.ucl)
Thanks a bunch for taking the time to have a look...
Nov 20, 2007 8:15:52 pmby redbeard Homepage »
I've been collecting coins, mostly pennies, for years; you wouldn't believe how many I have. At one point I thought that the price of copper was going up so fast that the pennies were worth more than face value but now I don't think they really have that much copper in them. So I'm stuck with a lot of them, at last there's a use for them!
Great job on the fractal, I can't believe all of the details you've managed to achieve. A symphony of color and movement!
Nov 20, 2007 8:41:35 pmby clydedough Homepage »
Absolutely stupendous in All respects. I am amazed at the incredble(that word seems-not credible-which couldnt be farther from the truth) control of yourprogram! Wow-what i woudnt give to spend a day or two with you...hehee! As always-befuddled for wor words! a cherished favorite-thank you.
Nov 20, 2007 11:51:00 pmby daffodilbaggins Homepage »
Oh my mercy, Helen! *is bug-eyed* That is the most gorgeous, wonderful piece of fractal art! The gradient is utterly beautiful, and the little details are perfect, as is the whole thing, actually! Doggone it all, I've gotta take those classes online, if it means I'll be able to learn how to do things like this! BRAVO!!