All of the graphics within this site do not display any "titles" for their images. The image's actual file name is what will be used in lieu of a title name. Though if you find an image that inspires a particular name, description, and/or title, then you are welcome to send those thoughts by email.
This is only one of the various sub-directories within the whole Fractals website, where many more images and topics may be found. If you find something that is unclear and requires further explanation, or worse still, in those rare situations where an error is present, an email notification would be most appreciated.
Here are some of the images I have created, when I first started using FractInt well over a decade ago, all the way up to the present date. Many of these were experiments in seeing what various parameter settings, functions, colors, etc. would do. So just click one of the following categories in which the images have been grouped:
|Gallery 01||Gallery 02||Gallery 03||Gallery 04|
Here are some items that may be useful for those using FractInt. For example, the ORGFORM Collection contains the most updated collection of FractInt formulae (.FRM files) that is publicly available anywhere on the Internet. Or maybe a Micorsoft Word document of the FractInt manual, all 230+ pages. And an example of how one may wish to establish setting up the Configuration File used by FractInt.
|ORGFORM Colletion||FractInt Manual||SSTOOLS.INI|
|Hans-Joachim Metzger PAR Collection (7.31-MB)||Roger Kaufman Fractint Collection (8.92-MB)||Paul N. Lee PAR Collection (7.19-MB)|
|FractInt '97 Contest .PAR||FractArt '98 Contest .PAR||Some Other .PARs|
|Collection of .MAP files||Collection of .L files||Collection of .IFS files|
|Collection of Old Executables and Source Codes
(versions 2.1.00 thru 19.6.00)
and Most Current Developer's Version
(which was 20.4.13)