Empyreal Light – Updates
To commemorate the start of 2017, I've added to the gallery "Dry Lei," a fractal that makes me think of old flowers. I hope that by year's end I'll have found the time to migrate all the image files to a new image hosting service, because Photobucket gets more difficult to use by the day.
Today's piece is "Tiers, It Appears," a fractal based mostly on Apophysis' "linear" and "rectangles" transformations. Make sure to check out the larger version for fine details that are otherwise invisible. In other news, I'm exploring new image-hosting options for our gallery that would make downloading images a little more convenient.
I experimented with the fan transform to create "Scintillate," the gallery's two hundred fifty-seventh fractal. It's the first new entry in a while... Hopefully the wait between now and the next one won't be as long. Enjoy!
I made some stylistic changes to the site today, including a snazzy new font for the site's title. More tweaks will come as I update the "look and feel" of Empyreal Light for the first time in nearly nine years.
We recently experienced some unexpected downtime. The good news is, we're back! I took the opportunity to tweak a few things under the hood, so the site should run more reliably than it has in the past.
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