So much MORE than beautiful! Would you consider offering this as a POSTCARD in the Deviant Art print shop? I have been collecting various ones to send to friends and relatives to hopefully inspire them to fractal-making...
Thank you so much, Jenny ~ for your lovely comment and the ! I've never offered any of my work for print purposes (although I've had quite a few requests) ~ that's because I don't have a PayPal account or any way of receiving any profits from them. Can you give me some pointers? I clicked on the print section and I'm not sure what to choose ~ there are so many print options! Would I just delete all but the 'Postcard' option? Coco
You got it right! That's what I do when I want to buy a post card of my own work. I just unclick anything else clicked.....and choose only the postcard option. I think that Deviant Art will pay you in points. But I am not sure. When someone buys one of my fractals I prefer points....because I turn right around and use them by giving them as gifts or buying postcards from outstanding fractal artists!!
I hope this helps.....and I appreciate your willingness to do this for me. Your fractal postcard is going to go to one of my daughters (age 22) who has been feeling very down and sad lately....for many reasons. I want to remind her that to me and her father she is a precious pearl that we have loved since the day she was born...and nothing can change that.
Thanks Jenny ~ I would love your daughter to have this artwork as a postcard, but try as I might, I can't get the thing right. I chose 'Postcard' in 3 finishes and the first 3 sizes, but I can't seem to make it change from the largest (and most expensive) size, to the smaller sizes. After much frustration, I would be delighted for you to print the image out for yourself, if you have a printer, but I guess you probably want the address part on the back. Sorry to be such a print dummy! Coco
Fantastic! I love that you added the little stars, not many would think to include such a detail. I think they add so much to the image overall! Def a must full view to appreciate this on every level! It reminds me of the halo that surrounds the moon and stars on a damp rainy night.
Looks like Christmas time is here again, Coco - all baubles and beads, even if no bangles. I do like the way that you have opened up your compositions so that the fractal element is less obvious. I find them less geometric (not that I'm against geometry) and more abstract, less regular. Coupled with your ever amazing palettes, this is another winner for me.
Thank you so much, David ~ once again for your wonderful comments, the and greatly appreciated feedback! Yes, definitely a seasonal kind of image, although not purposely so ~ it just kind of turned out that way! I'm happy you like the colour palette ~ I've always been attracted to blue & brown together! Cheers, Coco