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Apophysis 2.08 3D
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Cyren-Nalini's avatar
Hello,

I just wanted to let you know that your work is featured here [link]
:iconsweetgrinplz:
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DrStyles's avatar
This is awesome dude I think I need to try this Apophysis app out xD
SparklyDest's avatar
:drool: It's all...purple...and sparkly. Good times. :D
Quaddles-Roost's avatar
:wave: I`ve featured this in my latest journal [link] if you would like it removed just let me know :)
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Thewinator's avatar
This beauty has been featured :deviation:
You can find the feature here [link]
If for some reason you would prefer your art to be removed from my journal please send me a note :D
NatalieKelsey's avatar
Thank you so much! :D
Quaddles-Roost's avatar
:wow: That really stood out in my thumbnail page - despite there being so many psychedelic abstracts too!
Just gorgeous :)
NatalieKelsey's avatar
:hug: Thanks, Quaddie! :D
DobbyKnits's avatar
:star::star::star::star:

'nuff said.

:whisper: Plus, it has a boob in it. :eyes:

:D

:rofl:

Ahem.

:lmao:
Kibikayuki's avatar
Woah! Now THAT is awesome....

How do you get that kind of smoothness effect in Apo 3D?
NatalieKelsey's avatar
Thanks! :D Lots and lots of pre-blur. :D
Kibikayuki's avatar
No problem at all! =D

Ah I get it... I'm going to have to try that... You know the way to end up with two separate colors in the same fractal rather than both colors blending in? I've been trying to figure that out for awhile now.
NatalieKelsey's avatar
There's a couple of ways to do this. :) The best way I've found to start out, (adjust it from here, it doesn't always work this way but it's a good place to start) is to look in the editor at the transform button. Each transform has a weight, and you'll see the value of this in your transform button. Say you have a two transform fractal. Look at the tab, see which weighs the most. Then go to the colors tab. Make this one worth .75 to .9 or so, then slide the slider over to 1.00. On the smaller transform, make it worth -1 and push the slider to the far left. You should get widely differing colors now. On more complicated fractals, do the same, only make the middle value transforms somewhere in between. If you have a simple fractal that this doesn't work with, try making a duplicate of one of the transforms and changing the color value on the color tab, but leaving it in the same place. Mostly, just play with the weights and colors and have fun!
Kibikayuki's avatar
Ah cool! thanks for the help! I really appreciate it! =D
rubikscubefreak's avatar
Certainly a new take on the standard fractal flower. ;) It has a very neon feel to it, and I love the colors. That lone red star in the middle, though, is throwing me off a little.
NatalieKelsey's avatar
Hey, Liz! Thanks for the feedback. Yeah, the red was a result of the gradient placement and I swear, one point to either side and the whole rest of the frac was thrown off. It didn't look so bad until it was rendered, though. :rofl: Oh well! I liked the neonness too. :D Good to hear from you.
rubikscubefreak's avatar
I bet it kind of dissolved into everything in the preview window. That's really random, though. :D
SvenjaLiv's avatar
This is beautiful! I love the colours, the composition... it's gorgeous.
NatalieKelsey's avatar
Thank you so much! :D
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