Xtreme Story-Teller Series Chapter IIILUCY'S STORY - Part 1.More Like This
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In the last chapter, we left the Grand Duke of Crabbsville in a very compromising situation, crying out to Lucy in desperation, then calling out his love for her again when he made a sudden, significant discovery. Today, we will take a look at Lucy and discover her side of the story.
Lady Lucilia Mousier-Sty was the Countess of Daraga, a first class municipality in the province or Albay, Philippines. Her ancestry dates back as far as the 12th century, but they finally had to flee due to ever-more threatening eruptions from Mayon Volcano. She was a woman of mysterious character, always carrying about her person a crystal ball, and when she was using her hands for something else, this ball would be placed inside a discreet pocket. It accompanied her everywhere, even in the bath and in her bed, and she swore by th
Daily Fractal Feature for 17th April 2015NOTICE!More Like This
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Daily Fractal Feature for 17th April 2015
On a daily basis we, at DailyFractalFeatures, are aiming to showcase a small selection of fractal artwork to the community. We are proud to feature today's Daily
Color and FractalsFractal WeekMore Like This
Fractals can be wondrous, colorful things. Color in artwork can exude life and vibrant energy that is inspiring to view. It can provide soul behind an image that draws you into the canvas created by an artwork, and engages your attention through a powerful, emotional response to what you observe. This article will be an amalgam of topics, covering utilization of color in fractals, some color theory, some examples, features, strategies regarding "color," and things to consider when choosing them.
If color is considered by viewing how "reds," "greens, "blues," and other tones interact and differ in artwork, then all the examples above are indeed colorful. However, this quality certainly isn't necessary in fractals; it's possible to make interesting things utilizing monochromatic gradient schemes.