#55: Apophysis Tutorials.Hello!
Since I get an annoying "authentication failed" when trying to connect to my beloved chatrooms (do I need to repeat which ones? ), I'm writing this journal to suggest some tutorials I would have tried at the beginning if I knew they existed back then. (I'm not sure this is grammatically correct )
In the sense that there are no extra plugin to add and beginners can follow them quite easily (with a basic knowledge of Apophysis).
Oh, well, it's not that I've been making fractals for eons (I started in January 2012), but take this as an opinion.
To begin with, the tutorial I followed to make my first fractal:
is the Bipolar tutorial by Loony-Lucy.
I should make another bipolar fractal with this technique and see where I can get.
1) Painting a fractal, Part 1 by ChaosFissure
This is really simple, but you can r
Project Educate Fractal Week - Apophysis TutorialsAs you might have noticed, this week of Project Educate is dedicated to fractals.Project Educate Fractal Week - Apophysis Tutorials in Art Features More Like This
In this news article, I would like to present tutorials for Apophysis and show you examples of fractals made with these resources.
I hope that this way I'll bring your attention to resources you've never tried to work with or (in case you are already familiar with these) show you a new possibilities of what can be created according to that particular tutorial.
There is not enough space to feature all the wonderful tutorials and I am forced to make a selection of just several of them. The key for selection is me being already familiar with them, thus recommending to you some of the tutorials that helped me a lot.
Here we go:
Julia Uncovered v.2.2
by :iconClaireJones: ClaireJones
Tutorial - Splits elliptic