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Apophysis - Spherical Gems Tut

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A tutorial on how to get beautiful metallic lighting and reflections in Apophysis 2.08. The file comes in a .ZIP with the tutorial as a PDF and a flame file.

If you use this tutorial, please create a link back here so others can use it as well. Also, i would love to see what you can make with this tutorial, so please drop a link to whatever you make here!

Have any questions or comments, just drop me a note, ill answer you as quickly as possible.
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Apo7X-200227-1

Thank you for tutorial

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brookvilleProfessional Filmographer
my latest with your tutorial -> Spherical Eyefish Rcplot
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brookvilleProfessional Filmographer
seven years later this is still going around - here's mine with Jwildfire and some newer variations in that program. Dc Spherical Gems Thanks again for the great tutorial!
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EsherymackHobbyist Digital Artist
rocks by Esherymack
Revisited this :D Thanks
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brookvilleProfessional Filmographer
here's mine with a crackle and a loonie Spherical Gems Tutorial with a loonie by brookville
dj-braller's avatar
I am having trouble finding the link to the tutorial. 
Fredd13's avatar
Thank you for sharing, I'm learning to use Apophysis and creating some fractals for Sig-lab.com :)
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dogroferifnoHobbyist General Artist
have done this tut, 7 times with no where near the results.
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piethein21Hobbyist Digital Artist
:( if you need help you can come to the aposhack and ask around. I'm sure there will be somebody able to help you there :)
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SiennaBlueHobbyist General Artist
Thank you! :love:
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MarysArtGalleryStudent Digital Artist
Great Tutorial and easy to follow here is my piece  sweetmaryposerart.deviantart.c…
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Energy-Seed General Artist
Great stuff, thank you. I had a blast with this, as a complete novice - very pleased with early results: link

Thanks for the tutorial, great work!
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noneOfUsStudent Digital Artist
interesting tutorial, thanks link
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ABlipinTimeHobbyist Digital Artist
Excellent tutorial. I tried it out one night, and while I can't get the same results you did, it did help me in other ways. Thanks for taking the time to put this together. :D
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coldwetnozHobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for a great tutorial.  I tried it but didn't get the shine that it needed.  [link]
zisgul's avatar
Thank you for the share.Nod 
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RedmysticangelHobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you! Can't wait to give it a try :) 
ywaters's avatar
ywatersHobbyist Digital Artist
Lovely...and thanx!
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LayerZer0Hobbyist
Here's my first render, working from this tutorial... [link]

I really wanted it to look more "solid" Less reflection in each little piece .. but couldn't figure out how to get this effect..
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JU5TPeachyHobbyist Digital Artist
This is probably one of the best fractal tuts I've ever read. Very easy to follow and no need for any plugins and the results are magic! Excellent work my friend and thank you for making gorgeous fractals easier to achieve for noobs like me :D :huggle:
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Wow, it's gorgeous! Thank you!:-)
I used it to make this fractal for :iconf--l--a--r--k: ’s challenge: [link]
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marthigHobbyist General Artist
This Tut is just a beauty, I used it for one of `f--l--A--r--k 's Apo Challenges [link] Thank you :thanks: :blowkiss:
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rsidwellHobbyist
This is a great tutorial! It clearly explains the purpose for each transform, which makes it a lot easier to get the results I want. I used it to make this fractal: [link]
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