Since 1998 Amazing Seattle Fractals has provided extensive information about the art form of fractals. You will find fractal art galleries, information on how to create your own fractals in the fractal tutorials, links to fractal software programs, and other fractal resources, all intended to help you enjoy, and explore, this amazing art form.
What is a fractal? Fractals are a unique, digital art form, created from mathematical formulas using computer software. These mathematical formulas are generated in a fractal software program and result in graphical representations, or images, of an astounding diversity of form, detail, color and light. I believe you will agree as you view this contemporary digital art form, that these images truly are amazing! For additional info on what fractals are, click Here
There are now over 50 fractal art galleries on this website with several thousand fractals, including over 260 visitor contributions to the Guest galleries.
The visitor contributions will also give you insight into the differences between the type of fractals that can be created using different fractal generators, as well as highlight individual artist styles.
I have written five online fractal tutorials, using two different fractal software programs, which will help you get started creating your own fractals.
Using step-by-step demonstrations, these tutorials will walk you through the process of using these two different fractal software programs to make your own fractal creations. There is also a Fractal F.A.Q. page to help answer commonly asked questions about the fractal creation process and related topics.
There are many fractal programs to choose from if you wish to create your own fractals. Each program offers unique advantages and disadvantages, and can be overwhelming at first when trying to decide which program to start with.
On the fractal software page I offer brief descriptions & my observations on the various programs for both MAC & PC's, which should help you make a decision when first starting creating fractals.
There are many excellent fractal resources available on the internet, including this one! ;-) On the fractal resources page I have listed a number of links to what I consider interesting and useful fractal information and websites.
These fractal resources include other tutorials, educational information, and interesting sites about different aspects of what fractals are, their implications in science etc. These range from the novice to the technical, and you should be able to find fractal sites of interest no matter your level of understanding, or interest in, this amazing discovery.
2015 was a productive & creative year for me as far as creating fractals goes! Although I don't find the time to update the website as much as I would like, I have added two new galleries of new art for the first galleries of 2016. The art galleries from the past couple of years now offer larger thumbnails & larger full size images, which will enhance your view of the amazing detail contained in these fractal images. I am hoping to find the time soon to update the website with a new design that will be more mobile & device friendly as well, time permitting! You can find the new galleries from my Fractal Art Galleries page.
I will also have a 2017 calendar of my art available soon as well as a new adult fractal art coloring book.
I am proud to announce that I have a coloring book of my art available, which is produced by Pomegranate Communications. This is a high quality casebound book with a special lay-flat binding and sturdy, flexible cover. 108 pages with 50 images to color on high-quality paper Size: 8¾ x 11¼ in. Coloring pages are blank on the back so they can be cut out and displayed. You can find out more information, or purchase this book direct from Pomegranate Communications.
Be sure to check out several excellent fractal videos, which are on the Fractal Movie page. These fractal movie series are amazing, and will help explain what fractals are, the scientific & cultural implications their discovery has had, and will ultimately change the way you see fractals and the world around us!
There are now 270 visitor contributed fractals in the Guest Galleries, share your creations! Do you have some fractals you've created & would like to share? I would love to see some of the art that YOU have created! Whether you have just created your first fractal using my fractal tutorials, or have been at it a while, if you have some fractals you would like to display here, please write and let me know! Don't be shy! Just drop me an e-mail and I will get back to you on how to send your fractals. You will find an e-mail link to write to me on the Contact page. (The Guest Galleries can now be found from the Fractal Art Galleries page.)
If you are interested in owning a fractal print of my art, you can! These high resolution prints are printed individually to order. These stunning fractal prints are represented with vivid and accurate detail and color. If you would like more information, simply click Here!
13 Fractal Screensavers now available! Try these award-winning fractal screen savers for free, you are under no obligation to purchase! These are fully functional trialware versions that you can download and try free for a 10 day trial period. If you would like to download & try these screensavers, or learn more, click here!
Any comments, questions, or suggestions are welcome! If you found my fractal tutorials helpful, or if you have any helpful suggestions for the website, drop me a quick e-mail and let me know!
Many times you bring up issues, or ideas, that I had not thought about before, thanks! A special thank you to those who have taken the time to say thanks for the tutorials and information on the website, I appreciate each one!
*Graphics designed by Doug Harrington, and all content of this web site are subject to copyright restrictions, and may not be used for commercial purposes, or distributed, without permission.
If you are interested in commercial use of this art, or have questions about any use not stipulated, my contact information is located on the Contact page. Copyright © 2011 Fractalarts.com.