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Tree Fractal Art for Enjoyment

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This is a big gob of 801 tree fractal backgrounds that I made by writing a computer program in Processing.

The colors were randomly generated, so there are plenty more combinations to look at and enjoy than just the ones displayed here.

Some possible uses of this artwork could be: screensaver on your computer, background on your computer, background on your phone.

For a smaller preview of the many possible backgrounds you could enjoy, I gave away a gob of about sixty backgrounds over here.

If you would like to see more of my artwork, please visit my DeviantArt Gallery.
If you would like to view some of the code I have written, please visit my GitHub profile.
if you would like to hire me to create logos, graphics, artwork, or do some programming for you, please contact me by email (, posting to my Graphic Design Work thread, or by Purple Moosegeaing me from my profile.


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