A bargain at £10, but rubbish if you need more than 2500 x 1850 px. It tends to crash over 1600 x 1200, so that's what I've mostly produced. Fine up to 10" x 8", but I'd like to be producing work for larger prints than that.
BuzzPro is by the same company, and is the same basic technology. If the fractal designs look popular I might invest in it properly . . . I'm also looking for something to work with raytraced images, because I dislike the ultra-clean photrealistic stuff, I just want to dirty it up a little
Yes, the post processing is basically some filters from a cheap photo-to-art package. I quite like the way it deals with (or often fails to deal with) the fractals. Only problem is the resolution it works at is a bit limiting for prints.
That may be due to the specific software I am using. It's not really designed to work with fractals, but it has an interesting effect on them.
I've taken a stroll through your gallery, after reading your first comment. Your flame fractals are very beautiful - pure and mathematical, like they've been made with lasers. I've never made one that came out like that!
My starting fractals are often more like scribbles . . . but I'm quite a messy person so that's probably my personality coming out
It's amazing how much room there is for different styles in the fractal genre.