NEW FEATURE 2014It has been far too long since I posted a personal journal and shared some of my favourite artworks, which I hope to begin to rectify with this, my first feature for 2014. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for the birthday and Valentine's Day wishes, which were very much appreciated as are the comments and which given time I will respond to.More Like This
Each day when I log on to deviantART, I always consider myself fortunate to belong to a community which encourages artists of all ages and all skill levels to display their art and to learn and be stimulated by viewing the incredible amount of exceptional artworks on this site.
:icondigitaldelights: is a great group of artists, mainly for digital painting, digital drawing and specific types of mixed
D.F.F.Interview with the Creator of JWildfireDaily Fractal Feature for April 19th 2014More Like This
An Interview with the creator of the JWildfire Fractal Program
Andreas Maschke, Conducted by Tate27kh:
D.F.F: First could you tell us a bit about yourself and when you first became interested in Fractal art?
Andreas: I'm a 41 years old, married, and we have a son which is 11 years old. We live in Northern Germany. I have a degree in physics and work as senior software developer for a company creating software for our government.
I had always an interest in (computer) graphics, not only fractals. My first "real" computer was an Amiga which had powerful graphics-capabilities (those days). I created a graphics-software called Wildfire for this platform. Some of those old ideas from the Wildfire-software, for example motion curves, you may find even in JWildfire today
D.F.F: What was your inspiration for creating JWildfire?
Andreas: Initially, I just wanted to