Day 9 of the April 2013 AtoZ Challenge… enjoy…
I may have forgotten to mention my theme – it is fractals, fractal art, everything fractal up to and including my new book Fractal Dreams! Have a look around my pages and such to see lots more fractals. Also, every Friday I post a FridayFractalFeature (fff, for short) for all to enjoy! Thanks for stopping by and engaging in the A to Z 2013 Challenge! This is my FIRST ever, so I’m pretty excited! So every day I will post a fractal whose title starts with the letter of the day… and perhaps other things fractal related.
I is for….
Iterations – basically that means repetitions. When the mathematical function is submitted to the fractal generator, you can tell it how many times to repeat itself, using the previous result as the basis for the next iteration. This is, in fact, what makes a fractal a fractal. Depending on where the point stops for each iteration, various forms/shapes become visible. Generally, one uses iterations in the thousands to tens of thousands to infinity.
Inside – as the application makes these iterations, each point will be either INSIDE or outside the original fractal shape.The coloring of a fractal can be based upon whether points are inside (usually black) or outside (using many individual colors). The coloring, however is totally in the control of the person making the fractal. There are numerous formulae and gradients that one can use to actually “color” their fractal.
Infinity – a fractal can be set for an infinite number of iterations, or capped at certain levels. This choice is directly related to the shape and coloring of its fractal.
the fractal for I is: ICE QUEEN…


 Ice Queen is in my book, Fractal Dreams, which is available exclusively at RedmundPro.
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Disclaimer: I am NOT a mathematician, so please forgive the uneducated tone of my definitions. I am an artist, so I try to explain the math of fractals to the best of my (limited)Ā ability.

Whoa, totally awesome picture…love the colors
Shannon at I Survived and Now I Run
Thank you most kindly, Shannon…
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Seriously outstanding. The glow, the contrast – the Ice Queen shape.
Gorgeous colors (really really great…really)
Oh My… could you be a bit more specific… JK!!!! I love your enthusiasm… I like it and all, but I’ve recently got some awesome reactions to this piece, so THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!
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This one is seriously seriously good…potential there
Oh MY!!! I wasn’t fishing for more compliments, but your seriousness impresses me!!! And warms me deeply, despite the ice!
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Queen, for sure. Ice Queen Awesomely.
BIG grin… thanks, Tess…
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When you named it Ice Queen you hit the nail on the head. Beautiful!
Why, thank you very much! I don’t think any other title ever came to mind for this one!
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Good name for that one. It looks as if it could be a snowflake crystal or something.
Thanks, Binky! It sort of reminded me of an ice sculpture, perhaps in a large igloo like structure…
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By the title of this one I half expected a picture of a couple women I have dated..hahah j/k
ooooohhhhhhh…. that’s cold, Bearman!!
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I emailed you but posting as backup in case it went into your spam; I’d like to use this post for the AZ special edition of the Woven Press. email me at sandratyler@me.com referencing this Url.
Thanks, Sandra