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The Dreaded Artist's Block
The Dreaded Artist's Block...and Ways to Overcome it . :iconscaredplz:....
Artist's block might not fit exactly into the "Artist's Toolbox" week, but we all know about it, we all have probably
experienced it, and we all hope it will never come our way again.
When a person is sick in body, eating is sometimes the LAST thing we want to do. But it is necessary to speed our way
to recovery. In the same way, the ideas I would like to set before you may seem like trying to eat something
when you are sick...but these steps may hasten the end of your artist's block. :iconimdeadplz:
And really, you have nothing to lose in trying these suggestions!
1. Put DOWN your instrument of art...paintbrush, pencil, pen etc...and go O
Fractal Software to Create Beautiful Fractals.
Fractal Software To Create These Beautiful Fractals
There are many different kinds of fractal generating software out there, just waiting for an artist to create beautiful fractal images.
Many of them are free and some of them even have creators who are members here at Deviant Art!.
There are groups available that are devoted to specific programs....and there are groups that solicit your art no matter which
software you choose to use.
This journal will by no means be exhaustive, or complete....
.....but will give you some idea as to where YOU might like to start on your fractal-creating journey.
Meet the Fractal Community #11
Welcome to the 11th edition of Meet The Fractal Community!
In few words, Meet The Fractal Community is interview with someone of our beloved fractal community. But, from now and for a few editions, we will meet our wizards, the awesome people that do all the coding that allows us to make our pixels
This week let's have a closer look to thargor6
First of all , please introduce yourself to the community.
Hi, my name is Andreas. I'm 41 years old and live with my wonderful family (my wife, my son and three dogs) in Northern Germany.
I have a degree in physics and a strong background in usability and software development.
And, of course, tell us about JWildfire.
JWildfire is the spiritual successor of a commercial graphics software I created back in the 90's for the Amiga. When the Amiga platform was finally dead, I started my job as professional software developer.
In 2011 I played with some Java UI code just for fun,