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A Postcard from Moontown by quartertime A Postcard from Moontown by quartertime
Incendia EX V and Paint Shop Pro.

I had a lot of fun with this Pagoda fractal. It contains 68 baseshapes. The Incendia maximum is 64 baseshapes per buffer file, so I had to borrow four of the interior baseshapes from the first fractal (the solid layer) to form the glass rings (the transparent layer).

I used a version of this fractal in a collaboration with Doriano Benaglia here: [link]

Offered in the Public Domain. No restrictions on use.
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A Postcard from Moontown by ~quartertime ( Suggested by LaraBLN and Featured by SaTaNiA )
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KirstenRowe Sep 18, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Your art blows away all the rest. Amazing work here!
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:iconquartertime:
Thank you, Kirsten!
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lintu47 Apr 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
    Congrats on the well deserved DD! :dalove:
    Have a nice day! :heart:
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:iconquartertime:
Thank you, Cristina.
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lintu47 Apr 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
    My pleasure :happybounce:
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Andvili Apr 13, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is quite lovely! Never seen a fractal that looked like this before.
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:iconquartertime:
Thank you, Cyndi.

BTW, I love your Dec 9 Journal entry. I may be old, but I'm not dead, and a woman with curves can still make me write bad checks.
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Andvili Apr 14, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're quite welcome!

And thanks. :D I'm decidedly in the camp of "real women have curves".
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NeonWasteland Apr 13, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Whoa-ho-ho. This is excellent. I'm very jealous of artists who are able to create things like this. :)
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Thank you, Kelly.

When I was young, I was jealous of more accomplished artists, too. Now that I'm old (REALLY old) and I've had years to develop some style and technique, I'm jealous of young artists like yourself.

You have so much energy and vision, and all of that discovery ahead of you. Please keep drawing.
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