Apophysis Challenge #150
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We've made it! 150 Challenges!!!
Congratulations everyone. What a huge milestone to reach.
Before we get to this week's challenge, lets take a look at our winner from #148 and the newest entries from last week's challenge.
The runners up in challenge #148 are baba49 & allthenightlong.
Winner of Challenge #148 & Feature
Check out this fun piece by apomaker. Congratulations on the win!
Challenge #149: Find the Sweet Spot
Voting is simple, and everyone is asked to give your say.
After you have reviewed the entries: choose one that you think held true and exemplified the particular challenge best. Send me a note with that artists name and a link to their fractal. One vote per person, per challenge. Voting ends with the next challenge deadline.
1.) Follow the challenge guidelines.
2.) Entries must be posted here in this journal, before deadline.
3.) Only one entry per artist.
4.) Focus on Apophysis, keep postwork to a minimum (small adjustments/tweaks, watermarks, no frames)
5.) Parameters need to be posted in your entries comments, or in a comment underneath, not on the journal page.
6.) Entries must be new works for the specific challenge and not previously designed or uploaded.
7.) Usage of dc_image plugin is not allowed unless expressly called for in the specific challenge guidelines.
8.) Have fun!!!
This week's challenge is going to feature just a few variations. The trick here is that you must choose the direction you will take. Your fractal must include the linear variation, and only one of the three options to follow: bubble, hyperbolic, or eyefish. You have free reign over the transforms this week, but are limited to using only the linear variation and the other of your choice. Some amazing fractals have been created over the years with just two variations, and now I'm looking forward to seeing yours!
- Only two variations allowed.
- Linear is required.
- Choose one from: bubble, hyperbolic, eyefish.
- No other restrictions on transforms or limits.
- Final FX is allowed, within the limits laid out above.
As always, have fun and stay thirsty my friends!
Deadline: Monday, October 1 11:59pm (EST)
New Sketches and more
First of all, I must give a huge thank you to technochroma (https://www.deviantart.com/technochroma) for getting me to a core membership. Once I finished with the Apophysis Challenge series I allowed my premium membership to expire for several years and I'd like to be a little more active in the community again. That being said, I have several projects on tap. 1.) The overwhelming consensus is that I should reboot the fractal periodic table. I am very much looking forward to this project and will be creating a project timetable for it soon. 2.) I've been working with Blender 3D more and want to start posting some artwork from there. 3.) Of course, plenty of fractal goodne