As is often the case, I started with the KPT filter, "FraxPlorer". With that and other tools, like the KPT "Texture Explorer", I created this image using a variety of filtering, layering, and color enhancement effects, all in Photoshop. The end result was this postmodern contemporary fractal abstract work of art, which I first saved among my Abstract Images as Abstract Image 1252. When trying to figure out what I should give it as a final specific name, I noted that it reminded me of a spiral galaxy in its overall shape. Also the little globular forms brought living cells to mind. All of that led me to come up with the final name for this piece simply as, "Cellular Spiral". Cellular Spiral is now presented here a Bubblews in this square aspect ratio, complete with the digitally embossed Bill M. Tracer Studio logo signature seal, small as not to distract from the design, while decidedly present, showing authenticity.

Be sure to click on the above small image in order to see it greatly enlarged.

As with all of my images presented here at Bubblews, I'm presenting a copy of the image with the resolution greatly reduced for security reasons, and in order to fit the size limitations of the site, but you can still see it quite well even with the resolution reduced this much. You can find the much higher resolution poster version of this work of digitally enhanced fractal art at: