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Streaks of Color

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Another JWildfire fractal.

Orig params name: PW 1a JW Evidence of Angels mdb grad from Apo

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mystick777 Digital Artist
Your work is stunning.  Love the soft feel of this, dreamy.  Heart +fav Woohooooo! w00t! 
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wolfepawHobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you so much for that lovely comment!  I'm delighted you enjoy my art!
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mystick777 Digital Artist
you're very welcome!  Hug 
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tsahelHobbyist Digital Artist
Wonderful flowers ! I love the soft but bright colors.
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RhondaYoungArt Traditional Artist
Oh, so light and ethereal!! Quite angelic!! :love:
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DaffodilBHobbyist General Artist
Absolutely gorgeous, Peggi!! How difficult is this program to use, if you're used to UF? And have you had any issues with running Java? The only reason I've not tried this program is due to it using Java - I've heard that Java can be a real issue as far as malware / hacking / viruses, and such, so I've not had it turned on in quite some time. Have you noticed any issues with it while using JWildfire? Seeing so many beautiful fractals coming out of folks using JWildfire is really making me want to try it myself!
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wolfepawHobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you very much, Michelle!!  I like JWildfire a lot!  I haven't found any issues with it.  You just have to have the latest Java running.  I like a lot of the functions in JW that aren't in Apo, though I like the way you manipulate the transforms in Apo better, just because you have to click a different button to move, another button to rotate and another button to change the size and another button to change the individual points on the transform in JW and in Apo you can just click on the different parts of the transform to do that.  


I would think it's worth another try at it, Michelle.  It really is a super program, including a built-in movie maker, post-symmetry, and, my favorite, layerz (which allows to you to have a different flame on each layer), among other things you can do.  If you do decide to check it out and have a problem with it, just note me and I'll try to help.
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DaffodilBHobbyist General Artist
Okay, thanks hon! I might get up the nerve to try it (lol)....I have a lot of problems using Apo, due to it being so very different from UF, which is what I'm used to using mostly. I will say, I think Frederik S. has spoiled us rotten with UF - it's got so many controls we can use, and so many clear options, and is so user-friendly that even a rank beginner can sit down and start messing with it, and figuring out how it works, without much fuss. (That's what I did when I started using it over 10 years ago!) Apo is so different - and I've managed to do a few nice things with it, but not that much. Mostly, I sit here and mess with it and don't get very far at all....sigh....and then I go back to UF...lol...

I'll let you know if I try JWildfire, and what happens.....

Thanks for the heads-up!
Michelle
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wolfepawHobbyist Digital Artist
I find tutorials and shared parameters are always a good thing to start with.  They show you how to do certain things and you just kind of learn the program as you either follow instructions or tweak parameters to see what happens.  I often just start moving things around without any clear idea of what I'm doing.  When I see something I like, I render it.  There are a lot of throw-aways, but I usually seem to get something interesting to pop out.  Just let me know if you give it a whirl. I'd be happy to share some params with you.  Scripts can come it handy, too.  Sometimes, UF has so much stuff it can get overwhelming.  But, I've learned to "cope".
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DaffodilBHobbyist General Artist
Thanks, Peggi! Sounds like what I did when first learning UF, and still do with MB3D, as I'm trying to figure that program out! I'll let you know if I try Wildfire!

Hugs,
Michelle
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:clap: , a dreamyAirborne  one!
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love the textures and soft look, with outstanding coloring! good work!
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CaptainElsaHobbyist Artist
this is in technicolor! very cool :)
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wolfepawHobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you very much, Lea!!  So glad you liked these streaks of color!!
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