When I created these designs I never dreamed they would be printed on shoes. But when I first saw them I was thrilled, they appear nicely balanced and being able to use contrasting colours for the accessories (laces, eyelets, soles, etc..) makes the designs really stand out.
These sneakers are available in men's, women's and kid's sizes and the different styles to choose from include Hi-Tops, Lo-Tops, Lace-Ups and Slip-Ons. When ordered, delivery can take up to 4 weeks because these shoes are made to order at the time of purchase, which makes them totally unique and just for you.
I can't wait to create more of these shoes, not only is it fun to do, they look so great. So if your interested just follow the links to Zazzle and play around with the different styles and colours that are available.
My designs are there for you to customize any way you want.
Cyanosis - Fractal Art made in Apophysis using the Plastic technique. Choosing the right colours becomes one of the most time consuming parts of creating fractals that really stand out because the colours can dramatically change the way a fractal looks and the depth that is created within the design.
Fan Dance - Fractal Art made in Apophysis using the Oily technique. Again, choosing the right colours makes a big difference to how the fractal will look in the end. Using the Oily technique throws up its own challenges when you have what's called "hot spots" in the design, these can ruin a very good design. I find that making the transform invisible is a good way to minimise the effect.