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Developing a Linear Fractal by physivic Developing a Linear Fractal by physivic
Tutorial on Developing a Linear Fractal for Apophysis Beginners

This tutorial is based on how develop my recent Linear Works (which gained some popularity). This is my first tutorial, don't go easy, I have to know what to adjust/improve.

P.S. Feel free to send me questions and tell me about your pictures, or even add to the tutorial (any useful information will be posted on artist's comments) :P

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From *AmorinaAshton :iconamorinaashton:

Can i just comment that Frequency can be very useful when you have a gradient with 3,4 or more colors but they are so smoothed out that one or two dont show in the fractal...changing the frequency can get stunning results on making colors show up, depending on what style of fractal you are doing, it can also spread the colors totally different with every added click i try it an aweful lot when im deciding on colors and have made some awesome gradients that way

Also rotate can be used to "move" the colors over the flame, which also produces some very different and very nice results, emphazising different parts of the fractal that might not quite be visible or as dominant as you would like
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vessto Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014
Thank you!
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:iconlior-art:
Lior-Art Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Very useful:thank you :)
:+fav:
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:iconutekihime:
utekihime Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2010
hmmm...:shrug: what are linear fractal??
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:iconphysivic:
physivic Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
linear is a name of a variation in apophysis*, it's based on the repetition of a particular pattern. this tutorial shows uses 'linear' to repeat 'sinusoidal,' doesn't really get into the technical side though, it's mostly for those who just started apophysis to familiarize themselves with the program. :)

*apophysis is a program that basically visualize mathematical formulas, fractals, or "fractal art," are the product

hope that answers you question, cheers!
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:iconutekihime:
utekihime Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2010
well its still kind of obscur to me but thanks for the explaination!
is it really complicated?
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:iconphysivic:
physivic Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
it's not complicated, but it really takes time to understand the software's workings, though :)
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natalka057 Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2010
wow very helpful tut :D
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:iconphysivic:
physivic Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks! glad that it did its job lol :)
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deepbluerenegade Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Nice work

Molly : )
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AmorinaAshton Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2010   Digital Artist
Can i just comment that Frequency can be very useful when you have a gradient with 3,4 or more colors but they are so smoothed out that one or two dont show in the fractal...changing the frequency can get stunning results on making colors show up, depending on what style of fractal you are doing, it can also spread the colors totally different with every added click :nod: i try it an aweful lot when im deciding on colors and have made some awesome gradients that way :-)

Also rotate can be used to "move" the colors over the flame, which also produces some very different and very nice results, emphazising different parts of the fractal that might not quite be visible or as dominant as you would like :-)
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