While browsing around today, I suddenly noticed that no one really makes "Make Of's" of fractals. Well, that is on one hand quite logical, because if you look at fractals from the pros here, they have hundreds of layers and it is impossible to put that into a "Making of"
At the same time, I thought it would be a good idea to add thoughts and personal workflows to it.
It won't be like a tutorial saying "....start with this, now go over to this..." It's worth a try, and I'm curious if you like it
So today, I will start with the "Making of..." of my "Back to black" image I uploaded yesterday. I am not sure if I can finish it today, but I work on it.
My plan is, to write "Making of's" of future fractals I make. That is, if they are not too difficult to explain and I can remember all the steps
Some of you may be wondering why?
Well, I remember when I started with fractal art, I was desperate for tips and hints and thoughts.
That way I learned to find my own workflow and develop a "taste" in likes/dislikes.
And hopefully, those who think creating fractals is just "pushing buttons" get another view on the matter.
If you have any special thoughts on that, just post a comment and let me know