Abstract A Dynamic Fractal program creates and displays fractal images in unusual ways. The program generates separate red, green and blue image files for freedom in color assignment. A technique is used to randomly select one of six such color files and to write it to one (also randomly selected) of the four color planes of an EGA or VGA graphics display system. This procedure, periodically repeated, results in 1296 different image variations. Images from different sources may be combined to produce montage effects. The system lends itself to artistic innovation and creativity.