Okay. I need to quit to be a pansy. So you are my first victim. As I said, I love this work, but I haven't told you why. This look like an etching/lino print I gladly would have on my wall. I love how the 'empty' area look like pencil/charcoal spots that aren't properly erased away. The piece is well balanced, and the pink lines make an interesting effect. Julias are often easy objects to work with, and it's too easy to choose the usual oca's as doodads, Orbit traps and use shadings/3D effects etc, etc but there are so many other options, like use of angle, magnitude or iterationI think more people should try to experiment with the traditional Julias, general tent julia, crystal julia. . We both are texture nazis and normally I would demand for more texture, but this one work fine without textures, due to the 'dirty' areas.
The only thing I don't like is the title. This fractal has so many great opportunities for interpretation, and I think the title close it a bit. But the charchoal element is awesome, tho.
That can be arranged. I'm always looking at pieces like that and I wonder how they would work... I could take a part of it with your authorization and try it on myself. Or parts of Synchronicity and Papermancy and do a mix and match and try it on. It looks like an awesome challenge to me. If you're up for it, we can do a collaboration.