When creating new Fractal Art I often have nothing more then a rough estimate what the end result may look like. It’s a creative process that can lead to unexpected results. When working on this Fractal I wanted to do a winterly one, so I used cool blue tones for the textures. On my way to the end result I decided that I wanted more dynamic so I found a way to add some swirls. Then I uploaded it to my Website. The Fractals I like always find their way to my Artist Website, I offer them for sale (posters, prints and many other products) in my Fractal Art Gallery.
But of course I love my creations so much that I want to show them on social media. So I share them on Facebook, Pinterest, tsu and others. And then I wait. For those comments. As much as I appreciate any like what I love love love is reading the comments. They are the extra something, the icing on the cake. Because they allow me to see my art through the eyes of others. Which is freaking cool. Let’s take a look at this Fractal:
I added this description: Cool blue winter fractal art, ice and snow making powerful swirls. Then the comments kicked in:
This is delicious Matthias…it reminds me of jelly..exquisite! 🙂 – Jolanta Anna Karolska
Are you travelling over the snow on skis? It is a crazy high speed… – Olita Mengisa
I love this. Totally reminds me of the inside of a wave. – Renee Bartle
Snowflakes and crystals. – The AspenStand
Impressive icy image! – The Soulosphere
Very seasonal! Sharing your wonderful wintry work 🙂 – Bev Brown
Don’t you just love this comments? Travelling over the snow on skis at high speed? The inside of a wave? How cool is that! I love each and every comment, they give me a new, fresh view and it motivates me to do even more Fractal Art. So: Many thanks to anyone who comments and shares my work – you know who you are!
6 thoughts on “Waves – cool blue winter fractal”
Wonderful! I love the comments, too!
Thank you very much Melinda!
The picture is very big, so when I first clicked on this page I wondered what was so good, then I scrolled down and was blown away! The part at the bottom looks like blue icing slowly dripping down a cake or a blue glacier or waterfall, slowly freezing and setting in winter. It is so intricate and beautiful.
Thank you Meg, much appreciated!
I’m so glad the feedback spurs you on. You deserve so much as you give so much. Of course, it helps that you do wonderful work. 🙂
Thank you so much William!