Pocket-sized art with more uses than you can wave a Bic at. Birthdays, thanks yous, Valentines or even Wednesdays, there’s always an occasion for a stunning card. From promotional weapon to distant friend-contactor, our cards are more versatile than Optimus Prime.
Cards are designed to suit the most common image ratio of 3:2, but any image size can be printed—we just leave a white border.
Fractal Explorer. Talis varI formula. Postwork in PI and PSP.
green, tree, trunk, silver, branches, birch, rad, jennyfnf
Love it! I gotta learn how to do this!
Thankyou for your lovely compliment. If you want to know anything at all about FE, I’ll be glad to help, or find out for you:-)
Fantastic This is so great
Thanks very much Vickie:-)
I love birch trees. This is beautiful!
Me too Rubes, my favourite. I’m so glad ou like it:-)
This is very beautiful.
My thanks to you Helen. Pleased you like it:-)
Jenny this is fabulous! The Birch was a beneficial and protective tree of northern Europe and Eurasia and sacred to the Germanic god Donar. In Shamanistic rites it is the cosmic tree which links this world with the Spiritual one. Blake once wrote All forms are perfect in the poet’s mind, but these are not abstracted nor compounded from nature but are from the imagination. This work signifies your wonderful talents and what a positive and inspiring person you are. I will need a little time to look at your portfolio which I can see is wonderful! I am so very happy you came and visited me! Thank you for all your wonderful comments and inspiration! I sure we shall communicate more in the future! My very best wishes!Sx
What a lovely surprise Sophie. Thankyou so much for your kind words, your time and for all the information. The trees in fractal land are what I am drawn to time and time again, I can’t help it!
Lovely fractal. Well done.
Thankyou Dorothy, I appreciate this compliment:-)
Wonderful tree. I love the painterlook, textures and colours. A striking design.
Thankyou very much lacitrouille. I am delighted with your compliments.
Amazing! I’ve just downloaded Fractal Explorer and am playing around with it – I’d love to know how you get it to do things like this!
My thanks Helene. I am delighted you have downloaded FE. I do wish it were more popular as once daylight dawns, and you don’t need maths, just an eye; it gets compulsive playing. Please don’t think me presumptious, but if you would like some spot files to get you started, I have a few zipped up and am more than happy to share. Just send me a bubble letter with your email add.When I first started I couldn’t find a single thing and I despaired, but plugged away and it came. It is a very organic programme that works with the user, I feel anyway.
Awesome sets of images! love them all!
Thankyou Rabi, I am pleased you like them and thanks very much also for your visit:-)