What You’ll Be CreatingWith this tutorial you will find an introduction to the flame fractal program, Apophysis, and along the way you will learn. What You’ll Be CreatingApophysis is well known for its ability to create amazingly intricate 2D and 3D flame fractals. In this tutorial you will learn. These tutorials were written for various beta versions and may be out of date in some places: Tonal Variation and Good Mutation · Writing Scripts Part #1.
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If you follow the following steps closely, your result should look very similar to the image above. Q and be sure to also check out this icon-identifying tutorial as well. This is a courtesy to others who may wish apophyxis learn how to use this technique and to me after all, I spent all this time creating this tutorial — and if you like it enough to use and show off, then I deserve a bit of credit.
Apophysia as with all digital art endeavors, it might be a good idea to save your progress frequently to avoid losing anything you make.
For example, the default variations for a transform are: If you are asked to change julian to 2 but nothing else is mentioned, only change julian, and leave linear3D at its default value of 1. This applies to weight values default: When ready to begin, s tart off by opening up Apophyis 7x or whichever version you have — it just must be 3D tutodial and create a new blank flame. Open up the Transform Editor and make the following adjustments to Transform Note that this transform does not need to be placed in exactly the same spot as transform 3.
See photo below for reference, but experiment with placement and position. Experiment with the pitch, height, yaw, and depth blur values. I used the following:. A note on scaling: Adjust the camera settings rotate, X axis, Y axis as you see fit. As I mentioned earlier, I zoomed all the way out. I also shifted the fractal up and to the right a little. Now choose a gradient you like. I used a default.
The gradient you choose will dramatically alter the way your fractal looks, so play around with it a bit. Open up your fractal in Photoshop. Set it to screen against a black background.
On this new layer create a gradient emanating from the center of your fractal. Lower the opacity of this layer, if need be. With the same midtone color and a large, soft, round brush low opacity selected, paint lightly near the center of your fractal. For more lighting effects, duplicate your fractal layer [blend mode should still be screen], rotate it degrees, stretch it and position it so it looks like a light trail from something crashing into the center of your fractal.
Continue duplicating your original fractal layer, warping it and positioning it in your image. Play around with the opacities of each duplicated fractal. Be sure to erase any hard edges you may have during this part. Create a color balance adjustment layer to fine tune your colors. Then save your image.
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Some things to note before you begin: Click any screen shot to see it larger. Open up the Transform Editor and make the following adjustments to Transform 1: Add the following transforms with the specified features: I used the following: Switch to the Rendering tab of the adjustment window and change: Each of the following images were made using the techniques above: Follow Blog You can only receive cupcakes and free advice on socks if you sign up and follow this blog, you know.
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