Fractal Exhibition in Poland"Fraktale!" - Exhibition of three-dimensional fractal images made by Krzysztof MarczakMore Like This
Exhibition is done thanks to Profesjonalni Oprawcy Studio (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Profesjonalni-Oprawcy/142547189135465), which provides professional framing of printed or painted art.
It takes place in Galeria Profesjonalni Oprawcy, Poland, Łódź, ul. Pojezierska 2/6 till the end of January
Please watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVciVJPw-6A
Common Frameworks 2: Elliptic SplitsToday, we will quickly learn how to make a simple Elliptic Splits Framework in Chaotica.More Like This
To do this tutorial, you will need Chaotica.
1. Elliptic Splits
First, lets take a look at how the elliptic splits base fractal look:
How the Elliptic transformation works? Take a look at the picture below. It features a single iterator, with a blur (gaussian + radial_gaussian) on pre_transform and Elliptic transform:
Elliptic creates a vertical stripe centered on 0,0 and 2 units wide.
Splits, as the name says, split the plane. It has 2 variables, splits_x and splits_y. Setting x to a non null value will create a vertical split, and y, a horizontal split.
Common Frameworks 1: TilesToday, we will quickly learn how to make simple Tiles in Chaotica.More Like This
To do this tutorial, you will need Chaotica and Chaoshelper.
Here, we have 3 examples of tiles:
2. Simple Base
It is easier to use a simple base to set up the tile, and then replace it with something more elaborate.
Create a new empty World (File >> New Empty World), and switch to the Editor. Add a new iterator, and add a Square tranform to it. I set the square amount to 0.8 so the resulting square is 0.8 units wide.
3. Tiling Time
Now, add 4 iterators with linear transforms, and position their affines as on the picture below: 1 unit right, 1 up, 1 left, and 1 down. You can use snap to grid