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Fractal Digital Art - Chinese Finger Trap Weave by David April

Chinese Finger Trap Weave is a piece of digital artwork by David April which was uploaded on November 27th, 2010.

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Hi I guess I am a fan. I downloaded your background for my I-google page. Clicked on about. Looking at your work......WOW. I can't believe CHINESE FINGER TRAP WEAVE is a fractal. C.F.T.W. really amazes me. I can't even imagine what the intricate details of this picture look like. Great for closer views, I bet. And only 2 colors. WOW I really enjoy searching for fractals. I recently downloaded Gimp 2.6.2 to make fractals. Been experimenting. Made something that kind of looked like one. Been reading a tutorial (confussing). Hopefully I'll have a grip on it by this winter, nice indoor project. Guessing the best way to learn is by experience. I've probably seen your work on DecalGirl.com. Looking forward to viewing more of your work. More recognition should be given to fractal artists, it isn't easy.