Thank you very much. Your view was number 10,000 for this image. To answer your question I NEVER use random starter flames. I tug the tri-angles to design my renders.Please stop by my gallery were you will find over 800 Apo images.
Still sending TU's as this image received over 10,000 views. I don't do anything special. This is an old image using only a couple tri-angles which I tugged into what you see. Back then I didn't use scripts at all so it is a very basic Apo image. I thank you for the kind words and also appreciate the FAVE very much. Please spend some time at my gallery where you will find over 800 Apo images.
i have a question....i made a lot of stuff with apophysis but i dont know how to send them to someone or post them on deviantart.....everytime i try, it comes in text only format. how did you do it. (please explain simply - i'm only 13)
It is easy. I assume you are saving JPEG files. Just follow the steps on you home page after you click on Submit Deviation.Make a file on your desktop where you can save an image you want to display. Follow the steps filling out all required fields. Bingo!
Love the colors, but it could use a little clarity. It looks as if there were two linear transforms put very close to each other @ about the same size, so you might try sizing one down or moving it around a bit to reduce the blurring effect. I know that would interfere with the softness, so you might use radial blur to mitigate that effect, or some guassian blur on one of the transforms, if your bent doesn't run to that. Just a few friendly suggestions. Though I see this piece is rather old, it's often fun to go back and rework them. Congrats on the DD!
A BIG congratulations, Michael! One of the most gorgeous pieces of ApoArt I've seen. Perfect light, exciting movement and the most delicious colors. This is probably the 2nd comment I've made..but this image is worth two comments..at least. Outstanding work!