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Swirling Vortex

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Rendered in Apophysis, colors adjusted in Paint.NET

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:bulletorange: If anybody has any tips on how to get better with Apophysis, please teach me how. :D Thanks!
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millenniumbugstudiosProfessional General Artist
Nice man, you should do more of this kinda art, coz it looks cool on matte screens:)
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GamerWorld14Student Interface Designer
I'll have to try some more work with apophysis, thanks for the suggestion! :D
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millenniumbugstudiosProfessional General Artist
sure thing man.
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:D
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millenniumbugstudiosProfessional General Artist
:)
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XercesProfessional Artisan Crafter
Lovely bright colour and a cool pattern :-)
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Thank you! I really appreciate your comment! :D
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XercesProfessional Artisan Crafter
:hug: you're welcome
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man i love this abstract fractal formation. you too with paint.net? is it that good?
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GamerWorld14Student Interface Designer
Well the only thing I did with this image in Paint.NET was change the colors. But I did create the whole image by rendering it out in Apophysis. :D

Thanks for the comment!
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oh most definitely.:nod:
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TheonlychadHobbyist General Artist
very good. See apophysis isn't that hard :D
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GamerWorld14Student Interface Designer
Lol, now I definitely like it better than Chaoscope. :D

Once I learned how to render properly, it became extremely fun to use. :)
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Wow, you're so much better with Apophysis than me. Is rendering with your new computer like really fast?

Really nice work. :)
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GamerWorld14Student Interface Designer
Yes, it is extremely fast compared to my old computer. 1 GB to 8 GB Ram :D
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Argh man, the jealousy grows. :P
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GamerWorld14Student Interface Designer
Lol. ;P
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KemaruStudent General Artist
I have trouble rendering in Apophysis... My always end up really LQ. >:
This is really pretty, the swirls in the corners are really nice. :)
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GamerWorld14Student Interface Designer
Thanks for the comment, I had the same problems starting out with Apophysis.

To get HQ renders, I used these settings:

Quality: 7000-10,000
Filter Radius: 0.3 - 0.5
Oversample: 1 (Usually)
Buffer Depth: 48-Bit Integer

That's how I get my renders to be created without much noise. :D
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KemaruStudent General Artist
Thanks :) I followed a tutorial the last time I used the program, but since my renders came out LQ I didn't really get into fractals. :) Fell in love with pixel art though :D
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GamerWorld14Student Interface Designer
Yeah, I had tried fractals once before, but that was with my old computer and I thought it was just that I needed more memory. Once I got Apo installed and started re-learning it, I fell in love with it :D

I haven't tried Pixel art before, it sure looks like a long process. :D
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KemaruStudent General Artist
Pixel art takes a while but it's worth it. :)
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Yes, it does look quite fun. I think I'll try it when I have some free time. :)
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I really like this :) I use Apophysis too, but I agree that it's hard to get good at! You seem to have done a really good job here, though.
I don't know if this helps or not, but when I use Apo, I start from scratch with brand new triangles, and then add in my own transformations myself, depending on what shape I get. In the new version's trangle editor, you can turn on something called a variation preview at the top and it shows the variations on the transform screen. This is sometimes helpful for getting what you want.
That's probably not very helpful, but there we go! :P Good luck :D
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