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Double modulus tutorial
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Published: January 12, 2018
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Hello! Here's double modulus tutorial. Didn't have one before but technique is old and not much used (before now and few years ago).
Spellcheck by :iconc-91: :ladummyhighfive: 

Dot Bullet (Light Blue) - F2U! Original technique by pillemaster  

(technique works for jwildfire, fractorium, etc similar softwares)
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found a rock by pillemaster Sometimes I Love Apo by pillemaster

Thanks for citing! I believe These were mor or less the first fractals of this style … there is also some description in the comments of the first one.
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Hmm, this is very interesting Nod 
Thank for sharing!
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This makes me feel really dumb, got lost after rotating post-transforms :lmao:
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I had a go!  All The Cool Kids Are Doing It by Holmes-JA  I did the maths wrong, though. Forgot to set the calculator to degrees instead of radians.
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today's tweaks :D I love this!
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Tweaks :D
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:)
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snicker02Hobbyist Digital Artist
angle 45 seems to be a sweet spot where both square are the same size and can get very nice penrose shape
modulus 1 = 0.7071067812 modulus 2 = 0.7071067812 weight = 0.5
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I need to play around with this here sometime. Gotta get these creative juices flowing.
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tataszHobbyist Digital Artist
I kinda think it takes away the understanding and the learning component of it, but well.
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SarcasmNymphHobbyist Digital Artist
Woah! I can't wait to give this one a try! thanks :heart: 
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I made this with it:
180113-2a by rsidwell
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I'm sorry but this is all very confusing~ 
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BoxTailProfessional
Well, it's advanced tutorial :)
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Nis86Hobbyist Writer
Can u explain to me simply and easy, plz
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BoxTailProfessional
It's all in the tutorial. If it's too much, try other tutorials first.
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snicker02Hobbyist Digital Artist
How do I find out to what size to scale the 2nd modulus?
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BoxTailProfessional
Just like post_transform 1 but sin(angle) for post_transform 2.
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snicker02Hobbyist Digital Artist
can you give a example for us non maths people
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Once you decide the angle of your rotation (let's assume you go for 30°), you open the calculator on your OS:
1. Insert the value of the angle (in this case, 30);
2. Press "sin" for sin(30) (which is 0.5);
3. Press "cos" for cos(30) (which is sqrt(3)/2 = 0.866025).

Type these numbers (till the 6th digit after the period) in the transform tab (in the bottom part of it): the "sin" value goes for transform 2 and the "cos" value for transform 1.

Hope it helps. :peace:
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Yes I have it figured out now... Had to make sure I had deg set on calculator
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C-91Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes, if you have it on rad you need to calculate your angles in pi form (30° is pi/6). Works too, but it's a useless hassle.
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It's included in the tutorial at beginning :)
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