I love fractals and encountered the Koch Snowflake design some time ago. It's composed of equilateral triangles and each triangle has a smaller triangle off the middle of each side. It continues like this, with smaller, tinier, ever more miniscule triangles. While the perimeter of the Koch Snowflake is fascinating, the middle is blaringly empty. Paradox (a favorite tangle) seemed like a marvelous thing to put inside the triangles. I didn't like the tiniest stars I could manage to draw; they seemed to make it look fuzzy.
Here's the original artwork, divided in pencil into ATC sizes. I saved the edges for potential bookmarks.
Thirteen cards to play with. Two have almost nothing on them.
Six of them received a background wash in various colors.
I also added collaged bits to some of those. Here are the above cards completed, and in the same order as above. Some I've decided I prefer 'upside-down'.
Five received initial collage elements of various sorts.
Two were left alone at the beginning but the one on the left got a bit of collage along the way. Finally, here are the last two.