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Anu Wilde
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some advices on dc_image plugin

some advices on dc_image plugin

some of you might think hexx Wan Thai Food piethein has images in his apo how could this be.... (talking about these :thumb214036161: :thumb214022699: :thumb214260090: :thumb214253596::thumb214006698: ). so as you can see i might quiet a few already ^^. its made with a new plugin from xyrus02 which allows you to load bitmap pictures into your fractal. where to get it? at this point it's available in the shack http://chat.deviantart.com/chat/aposhack now how to use it properly? well first get it working at all. I will give you some tips how i structure my directory's. what the dc_image plugin does is look in the 7x.15Images folder (you

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Hi from ancient fractalist in montaine subtropical rainforest wilderness high on steep slopes of extinct volcano on far-out-east coast of downunder land of Oz.

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Current Residence: Oz
Favourite style of art: Fractals
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Thanks so much for the :+devwatch:  

Being a fan of :iconideviant: I have learnt a lot about Apo from reading the comments on his fractals and so have come across many amusing and helpful ones from you :)

Your Crackle script has been a huge help to me too, so thanks for that :hug:  
zweeZwyyProfessional Digital Artist
:ahoy: To me he's an Apo giant & I thrived under his mentoring. The crackle script frinstance started out as one of his, I simply added various patterns as I came across them.
Ian is still producing mind-blowing Apo's & posts them on Facebook.
Looking forward to more amazements from you. :thumbsup:

:iconthankscommentsignplz:  :icon1stbutterflykiss:
I'm not on Facebook but I always check out, Ultragnosis as well as Polyfractalisation and Free range Apophysis.
You must have had a lot of fun in the early days of Apo when the styles and plugins were being developed and the masters of today were emerging :) 
  
zweeZwyyProfessional Digital Artist
 :dalove:  It was a Wonderland. If you've read "Enid Blyton's Magic Faraway Tree", where a new cloudland arrives in the upper canopy evry few days, full of unimaginable & extraordinary amazements, it was like that. So many clever people in a big sharing community turning out an Ali Baba's treasure trove of images, tools and tuts. :wow:

Coming back after a year or so hiatus I realise how much I simply skidded thru and so am now having xlnt time going back into saved files, digging out Apos I didnt have time to work on properly then and giving them new treatments with techniques I've since learned. Fortunately I have saved everything to PHD, so have a huge rersource base to access.
The best learning was from the great :iconf--l--a--r--k: weekly challenges. I was going lame at the time so it kept me happily working at computer all day & half the night, but eventually my eyes went, hence the hiatus while I had surgery. All working now, but still can't walk well and to keep spirits up Apo works the charm. :w00t:

Sounds like you too are a big fan of Ian's. His style is so far-out unique, I haven't seen any work so far that is in his league. Every one he posts makes me gasp & wonder how he ever got THAT to happen. My style is a world away from his, but I always learn something that I can incorporate into my methods from his incredibles. I am so grateful for his generous sharing in his tuts:worship:
tsahelHobbyist Digital Artist
thank you so much for the comment and the fav ! :D