As of April 30th 2006 I have created slightly more than 70,000 unique fractals. I have produced 16 software videos and an equal number of screen savers of my fractals which run on almost any Windows PC. Either straight from the CD/DVD-ROM drive or from your hard disk, USB drive, or other storage device. They can be enjoyed from a HD TV so long as it has a VGA input port. BIOQ: What do you get when you give a fractal program to a compulsive/obsessive person?
A: A decade of fractal exploration and 70,000 cool ass fractals :)
I now have a display featured in Fayette's Art Gallery. Saturday April 28th, 2006 I hosted a presentation to Georgia residents and other artisans about my fractals. I brought a notebook with four popular fractal generators for the attendees to play around with. My choices included
I wrote a detailed FAQ as a booklet that I passed around. I also ran a 160 minute VHS video. On it my fractals changed every five seconds. Plus I had new CD-ROM catalogs depicting 465 prints, 30-second samples of my software videos and screen savers. I had wanted to get my fractals shown at Dragon Con in their art show. I have basically changed my mind and may opt instead for their art gallery. Having been injured during break down in 2005 of the DC art show and the way I was treated (ignored) afterward has skewed my view of the staff leader Patrick. For months I had a physical impression in the flesh of my right leg where the industrial metal shelving fell on me. It left a nasty welt and tenderness. I took daily pictures with my digicam until the injury was no longer visible to its lens.