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2021 December Challenge Your Inner Child2021 December Challenge: The Inner ChildWe adults are all so busy during the holiday season, preparing festive meals, putting up decorations, visiting. In those rare moments of relaxation let’s take time to play around a little. For this 2021 December Challenge, open standard.ufm Pixel. For the colouring go to rkm.ucl Superformula Shaped Gradients and scroll down to pre-defined shape #61. Let’s all use that one so that we are all on the same page for our starting layer. It has 11 large points or 22 small ones, an unusual thing in a star or flower. The rkb.ucl Flower-Shaped Gradient, SSG and Super Shaped Gradient are NOT useful for transforming the entirety of an already-existing fractal, so for that reason I seldom use them as colourings. However, if you play around with one of these (77 shapes are available), especially utilizing the “clip outside” feature under the outside colouring tab, you can acquire some stars, flowers, and other shapes that you can add to another fractal. You may add your cut-out to other layers of other fractals, using other formulas, other colourings, other mappings. Any gradients, textures, transparencies, merge modes, mappings, and/or groupings for the fractal you are adding to are allowed. Alternatively, especially if you are pressed for time, your submission can be a fractal with only the standard pixel with some design using the superformula shaped gradient #61. Just relax and enjoy! Happy Holidays to you all! Entries per month: 4Submit to the 2021 December gallery here: https://www.deviantart.com/ultra-fractal-redux/gallery/81040438/2021-december-your-inner-childThis Challenge ends on December 31st, 2021.Simple watermarks only. Please mention or link to the group or this journal in your comments. :iconUltra-Fractal-Redux:Share params if you are able to so we can all learn from this exercise. Your parameters can be very useful to new UF users!We look forward to seeing all of your original fractals. If you have a question please post it in a comment below.Margaret Kieckhefer :iconampelosa: with much help from Chris Martin :iconvelvet--glove:
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