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.
Easy guide into how to render 3D fractals, not as difficult as you might think.
List of the common fractal variations, their parameters and examples.
A guide to the more common variations and their parameters.
Learning how to tweak a flame, the very basics of playing with fractal flames.
Conic is an interesting variation, cones as you’d expect, but there’s more.
A collection of videos by Rick Sidwell who has written a collection of in … Details
Another fantastic video by Rick Sidwell, going into the new features of this release.
Just a bit more fun with the flame game, based on Rick Sidwell’s excellent guide to Blur . This time I remembered I’d used gaussian blur as part of the Cosmic Scripts so I ran a few of those to get some ideas, then ended up tweaking and making the last final a glynnsim1. Here’s the flame.
Creating a good gradient for use with 3D solids.
Taking you through the Installation of the Java Then we’ll help you download and install the Freeware Fractal Art and Animation software called Jwildfire.
All the preset information needed for the crackle variation, normally just listed by number.
This is a very basic guide for beginning Jwildfire users to render in 3D. A longer one for beginners to build a 3D object in Jwildfire coming next.