HTML-art isn't something I've seen anywhere else, heard of, so I think I'm entitled to call it my own invention. If someone else came up with this idea before me, then so be it. This artform is based in pure coding, as in opposite to any other form of [fan]art where the art is in picture form. Like something you've drawn and scanned in or manipulated in an image editor. I don't have any clearer definition of it, because I believe there are more than one way to do this.

I want to apologize to those of you using another browser than Internet Explorer. You might not be able to view these pictures properly. I at least know they don't display with their proper colors in Firefox.

Shanshu

Artist: misskitten
Finished: 26th February, 2004
Time of coding: 5 days
Size: 102x102
Symbols: 1
Colors: 17
Websafe: No
This is my first attempt of doing this, one can see that with the great size of it, I almost bit over more than I could chew and therefor my next artpieces will be in a smaller scale. Also this piece is purely a one-sybol piece, I might experiment once I get more familliar to what I can/can't do in coding. I can't promise anything until I've tried some more.

Shanshu with colored background

Artist: misskitten
Finished: 26th February, 2004
Time of coding: 5 days
Size: 102x102
Symbols: 1
Colors: 17
Websafe: No
This is the same as the artwork above, only difference is that instead of seeing the X symbols colored, the background of the symbol is also colored.

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