I will attempt to make something palatable and then share the documented process with whoever cares. I am doing first off cause I think
it is an interesting experiment in and of its own right, secondly, in the fractal community not enough walk-throughs on fractals exist IMO.
I rarely read these things, kind of an odd deal, but I do use DA as a great journal for timetable and changes in my own artwork.
I am going to attempt to document the making of a fractal process from beginning to end. I will include all mistakes, editing,
failures, and finally the success or lack thereof. The funny thing with fractals is you NEVER know if you're going to make anything good.
Most of us, if we are super nice, will release our own UCL code to let another obsessed artist attempt to look over our shoulder and maybe
glean something off of what we have done. There are many who choose not to share because they have their gimmick and for some odd
reason go flown blown fear mode that someone is going to make money off of what we are doing. Being how all but a few fractal artist actually sell prints, I feel this
fear is delusional and does nothing but hamper the state of the art that is all thing fractal.
The other end of the coin is many of the fractal mentors have died, moved on to other media entirely and or quite. We fractal artists
do not seem to have any kind of plan to raise up the next generation of fractal artist. Maybe if I get very very lucky this
rehashed idea will get passed on. If am super lucky we can all get together and make a no-nonsense gallery on DA
100% devoted helping people understand how to make good fractals versus this "hey look at this cool shit so and so made"
that just turns into another dead end gallery of self-congratulating circle jerking and no one is the wiser or better artist from it.
If anyone cares, I will keep you posted, in the meantime.I posted this as a time stamps for myself, if anyone wants to come along for
the ride, let me know...