Think of tags as like a book index where you find words and which pages they are on, the same principle applies here. Although it's taken a stage further so it might not be the word, but the subject, so for example if you're looking for things to do with fractal gradients for example. A tag may bring back posts with gradient files, as well as posts that discuss gradients, or tutorials about them.
Shape variations made from lines. Like all shape variations, they ignore the input. Some are generated using parametric equations. Others use algorithmic techniques.
How to tweak the output from the OA scripts for JWildfire.
No real rules, but try not to change out of all proportion, remember it’s a tweak not a re-design!
The rose or rhodonea curve is shaped like a flower with petals, obtained by plotting a sine curve in polar coordinates. Its shape is determined by the frequency of the sine wave, denoted k.
Maurer lines extend the Maurer rose with different types of curves, rendering methods, and coloring.
Curvy fractals here were come, learning the curve variation with Brad.
JWildfire 5_5 Release, showing all the details of the new additions to the software, as well as any changes or fixes
Carl Frederich Gauss was a preeminent early nineteenth century German mathematician and scientist. Among the many things named for him is the Gaussian distribution, also known as the normal distribution or the bell curve, which is very important in statistics. It also forms the basis of the gaussian_blur variation in JWildfire.