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Garrick

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LeaWiggins's avatar
I love this! Is this named after our fearless Cardassian Tailor of Deep Space 9 fame?
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Thank you!  Actually I named it after the club in London - the image suggested old leather club furniture to me at the time!
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Ah, I see!  I wondered about the Star Trek Deep Space 9 character even though I believe his name was spelled as "Garek", but the look of the "material" made me think of him.  I guess images trigger what we associate, don't they.  It is quite a stunning fractal.
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Kancano's avatar
Very beautiful and rich, love it =D
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Thanks very much!

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Thanks very much!

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:trophy: CONGRATULATIONS! :trophy:

You have earned yourself an Imager's Fractal Daily Deviation for Tuesday, April 20th, 2010!


If you would rather not be featured, please let us know via NOTE and we will remove your piece immediately.

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Thanks so much! You've chosen one of my own real favourites and I'm very flattered! I'm travelling at the moment with limited email/computer access so this will only really sink in when I get back next week. Thanks again!!!

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You're more than welcome ! It was our pleasure. ":)
12GO's avatar
Nice work!
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Thanks very much!

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HBKerr's avatar
Very nice indeed! :D
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Straight to the top of my personal faves of your work. Did you use the little trick you noted me about on this one as well? Excellent, PH!!
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Thanks very much, Mark. Yes, I did - this uses a gradient taken from a photo of a wasp and then converted from Apo to an FE palette. It's now become my favourite!

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Very cool. The colours are incredible.

Knowing this, I'd have called it, "A Bee, or Not a Bee". LOL.
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:rofl:

I remember a very silly limerick from school, when we were trying to make limericks that DIDN'T rhyme:

There was a young girl from Tyree
Who was stung on the neck by a wasp
When asked if it hurt
She said no, not a bit,
It can do it again if it likes

Why I can remember that and none of the Virgil I learnt, I have no idea!

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LOL. Too funny.

The mind is a curious and wondrous thing!
hallv5's avatar
This is just brilliant! A finely folded finely embroidered gentleman's silk napkin... Marvelous... :)
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Thank you - I like the napkin idea a lot!

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You have made me look up the illustrious actor in our modern Wikipedia.
I don't understand your reference, being an ignorant old woman ;), but I like your fractal. It makes me think of rich cloth. Maybe a gentleman's coat?

I recently tried to read a novel set in Dickensian London. I stalled a third of the way through. I really didn't like to find words such as "gotten" and "cool" in the mouth of Wilkie Collins. I feel a real snob now! :rofl:
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When I was looking at the thumbnail of this one, before I had found a title, it made me think of leather and wood and cloth and the first reference that surfaced in my mind was a gentleman's club in London. I was going to call it Athenaeum but in the end I thought Garrick was better...!

I have to say that finding titles for fractals is really difficult :confused:

Glad you like this one!

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