Important The little tutorial is a very specific one and should work on linux/unix like operating systems. It depends on the way you choose to work with jwf. The flame browser The flame browser is a useful tool and it is becoming an important part of my work. Before working with jwf i used apophysis. The […]
If like me sometimes what you see on your JWildfire isn’t how it renders out, and it comes out looking too dark, this is for you. I’m not an expert by any means, but this seems to work on my scripts. You need to find the colouring tab and adjust the fade to white level, […]
There are many script files you can use for JWildfire to help you get started, they are great for creating fractals you can experiment with, or for learning. You can examine the way they were created and then tweak them to suit yourself.
In these tutorials, Andreas Maschke (author of JWildfire) takes us through the beginning steps of JWildfire. [embedyt]
By Sarah Griffin This tutorial uses rotation, scaling and filling of the cloverleaf for an informal floral look. The easy to use techniques are applicable to many other variations.
All Tutorials By Brad Stefanov [embedyt]
A beginners tutorial on importing a 3D .obj file and orienting it once imported.
A while back I posted this on various sites. I used Meshlab which is free software available here – The full abstract can be found here – MeshLab:
Here’s the second installment of 3d rendering including the creation of a sample object.