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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 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.


Current Residence: Oz
Favourite style of art: Fractals
Shell of choice: Pawa
Personal Quote: I came like Water, and like Wind I go - R. of Omar Khayyam XXV111

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Fractal art, Biosphere function

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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