Here is a plain, normal fractal. I think it's a Mandelbrot, probably a Julia with biomorphs. The inside coloring isn't visible here. Also I used anti-aliasing and the palette emulator. Maybe I'm all wrong about this but I think the palette emulator colors the image with only two hundred and fifty-something individual colors. This produces an image with sharp color transitions which saves well as a png (or a gif). I think the palette emulator was designed to allow older, lower resolution video cards and monitors to display a half-decent image without using the higher resolution truecolor mode. I find it often produces sharper, more stylish, images that can be saved in indexed png format with a relatively small file size. In addition, Xaos will display newly generated palettes instantaneously if you use the palette emulator, even with anti-aliasing on.