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    Some Neglected Wonders

    occasionally I like to zoom in and select part of a work and revision it, looking for larger elements and to simplify the design. that is where is came from.
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    Keep zooming in. Wonder where it would lead when it gets down to just a few shapes filling the canvas. And from there maybe diddling with it to go in a further direction.

    Were you around when fractals were new and exciting, where you could zoom in and pick another spot and zoom in and keep going and going? With the fractals they always seemed to maintain the same level of detail though. But it might be kind of cool to go looking for the unified field. That's where my flight of fancy went anyway. Cool.

    Why do I hear the Moody Blues in my head suddenly. Ok. . . fetch hither yon sitar.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Thanks for the encouragement, I think I might just do that, as The Moody Blues were one of my favorite bands of all time....

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    Excellent idea, zooming in and revisioning an earlier work...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenmo View Post
    Excellent idea, zooming in and revisioning an earlier work...
    thanks for commenting my friend, always a pleasure to hear from you!

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