This definitely has a lot of emotion and movement to it -- fire colors are something that I absolutely love working with, and as obnoxious as this piece was to shape into how you see it, it definitely was worth the time I spent getting it that way
That's a very generous statement to say, and it means a lot to hear this I still am at a loss for words that my artwork would be viewed in such a way; I never had the slightest idea that people would like it as much as they have. It's very motivating and inspirational to myself to hear statements like this.
I've been working on using color and not going overkill with saturation and contrast, and I guess doing so has turned out to help my ability to get color schemes working in an appealing way.
I do dislike the image because its hard for me to understand what I'm looking at but not looking at it makes me want to look at it. o.O The only reason it grew on me is because I kept seeing it over and over and over again when I came to deviantart so I got about 15 looks at it so I started liking it :/
I saw the mention in my inbox minutes ago, and was going to thank you there after I had come to a stopping point on writing something. It seems you beat me to the punch! XD
My laptop's monitor is awful, and I can't really view the feature as a whole until I get back to my desktop later, but I'll definitely check it out then. And many thanks as well -- I appreciate the feature
OK! there's no way that I will take advantage off any Artist's work! with out permission! the title " AS an Eagle " by ChaosFissure I don't understand legality of art but with due respect ART should Never be contained, but if there's a possibility acquiring permission too display it on a gigantic public Screen , say like Times Square New York ....... and I do mean it You are Fab display ! it but with a certain Class!! Someone in love with Art!
Legally speaking, any piece of artwork I create is owned by and copyrighted to myself. With due respect, art /should/ be (and is) contained if the artist wishes it to be. When I make finished pieces of art for fun, I expect that other people aren't using it in a context that they profit from it without permission and compensation/consent on my part, and that it isn't used for purposes that I find offensive.
Part of copyright includes "to perform or display the work publicly," according to some basic ethics classes I've taken on the issue, and while I'd love to display my work on a large screen like Times Square, I do not want it to be displayed without my knowledge unless it is deemed to fall under fair use.
Sorry! , about that! that's so true! wasn't thinking with all cylinder's My passion got the best of me ! but no joke! it would be a kick! too see your work displayed in Time's Square! ..... keep it in motion........
In technicality, I think you're trying to force "complex" and "simple" to be at odds with each other when both terms target differing structural elements of the image. Considering the media of the artwork itself, fractals have complexities that may required more than a superficial glance (down further in the 'recursion'), while the overview can itself leave an impression.
I agree with all of what you're saying about the complexities of fractals in which I believe you cannot absolutely see every detail with a superficial glance or unexamined stare upon the much appreciated stunning image.