She is the current leader of the DA group XtremeFractals, which, as I found out recently, was started by DsyneGrafix, another excellent fractal artist. You can read the story here.
As seems to be my custom, I'll start with fractals from Mandelbulb3D.
Our tour begins in "Akima City", by Viperv6:
Next, we'll take at look at strange statuary and landmarks with "Festally Paraded Ensigns" by CO99A5:
Don't forget to bring your "Via Basket" by InquisitiveLexicon:
After all, you may find something to keep, like a "Telltale Heart" by photog10023
As our interests divide, we might have a "Natural Parting", as by AureliusCat.
Some might rather see a "colourful creative bulb", by Andreas81g.
But let's chart the stars at the "Chart plotting table" by Vidom.
We're heading for the moon!
We need a capsule to get us there. How about a "Hi Tech Ball" by fractalyzerall?
On our way up, we'll stop for fuel at the "Asteroidea Mechinoderm" by GrahamSym.
Once we're on the moon, we can enjoy the "Ebbing Tides" by HairBrainedScenes.
And we'll enjoy the flowers "Under the Moonlight", by m-chloe:
The scenery is stupendous, but the moon does have some "weird connected streets" by Andrea1981g:
The statuary there is out of this world and on it's own Tangent101:
Would you agree?
If we're not careful, we'll be chased back to earth by "Fallen Angels" by TwistedKitty54:
If you're lucky, you might get to take home a "Portrait of Arsencia" by xzendor7:
Our journey has taken us a great distance, but sooner than later, I would like to get back to my garden and enjoy the "Heat of the Season", by Szellorozsa:
Wouldn't you like to go home? "Just think about it" says miincdesign:
If you agree, then we'll go "Ziiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiip!" by Prelkia right back home.
That's some journey, huh?
Next time, we might enjoy our journey in Stereo3d rendering with audio, thanks to thargor6.
Don't be sad, the fun isn't over yet! It's time for the borders!
THICK BORDER FRACTALS
Yes, as always, I want to see fractals with borders. As usual, SuicideBySafetyPin does not disappoint. This week, she brings us a delightful "Spiral Tile".
Next, I found "Inspir-o-matic 1" by Akurapane. I'd never heard of this artist, but he's definitely someone to keep an eye on.
"Sierpinski's Cubic Vault" by JP-Talma is another beautiful thick-border fractal:
ivankorsario comes again with his "crosslinked" fractal manipulation:
Phew! That's a ton of fractals. Alrighty! It's time for the honorable mentions!!
"Pyrope" by DeTea
"Planetis" by Boxtail
"Mid Mid" by piethein21
Breathing heavy here. That was a ton of fractals. And unfortunately, because my time is very precious to me, I'm probably going to be much more picky in future editions. Not that I don't enjoy more fractals, but it's quite a bit more draining to write it all out than it is to hit the bookmark or "Favorite" button.
I hope you've enjoyed this edition of Eye Catching Fractals. Again, thanks to ladycompassion for sponsoring this.