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JWildfire - Mastering "xaos" to compose  by thargor6 JWildfire - Mastering "xaos" to compose  by thargor6

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This is the second JWildfire tutorial. It is very brief and explains many facts about relative weights ("xaos") and describes how to use this knowledge to compose one fractal of several other fractals where the building fractals do NOT affect others.

The tutorial itself is provided as pdf file. You can download it using the button on the right.

Have fun :-)

The example flames may be downloaded at the projects homepage (I dont know how to attach them here): [link]

Some example images:


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:iconstormymay888:
stormymay888 Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2012  Student General Artist
Exactly what I was looking for ;] Thanks soooo much!
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thargor6 Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2012
But in the meanwhile you could compose flames directly by using the subflame variations :-)
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stormymay888 Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2012  Student General Artist
I want to be able to create my own flames from scratch. I'm pretty damn good in Ultra Fractal and have worked in Unity and Blender so A7X shouldn't be that hard to learn. I've followed a few other put this # here move that triangle there tutorials and have learned a little but I'd rather really know exactly what I'm doing. I will get much more out of the other tutorials that way I hope ;]
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thargor6 Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2012
I see, then this tutorial indeed could be helpful - if not, feel free to ask :-)
I dislike many of those "move the triangle" tutorials because they do not focus on explaining things. Some of them are fun, though.

Have fun :-)
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:iconstormymay888:
stormymay888 Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2012  Student General Artist
There great for learning techniques, just not the program itself.

Thanks ;] and I will!

study,study,study
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Epogh Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2012  Professional General Artist
Got it thank you my friend.
Try and paste the thumb in there to attach the samples pictures in this submission .
:sun:
Just looked at it quick wow intence Big subject.
Something else when I post a Tut.
I zip the pdf file and have a nice big picture for preview.
Like so [link]

pdf has no preview in my explorer and it would not download, I had to download it with crome which as a pdf prewiev.
The zip with pic works best.
This tut is so intence Im gonna have to get a case of beers to work it down.Will post results ASAP
:sun:
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thargor6 Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2012
Thank you for the comment my friend :-) I have added the thumbnails. And next time I will upload all stuff as zip file then :-)

Best regards
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Epogh Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2012  Professional General Artist
Im almost done with the tut its great.
lost the plot somwhere in the middle but will go on from there next time as I saved after every step.
great tut
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thargor6 Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2012
Thank you :-) You could also just use the supplied templates because it's very repetitive after the first step - anyway: have fun :-)
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Epogh Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2012  Professional General Artist
No shortcuts for me I need to study asif my life depends on it.
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