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Half Blurs

Variations that generate specific shapes using polar coordinates. Unlike normal blurs, which ignore the input point, half blurs take the angle of the input point (theta) and compute a random distance (rho) within the shape. This allows some flexibility in coloring. They can be substituted for normal blurs in many flames; if it doesn’t work, try adding some pre_blur to the transform to generate random angles.