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.

## HyperPlane – Hyperbolic pattern generator

Create hyperbolic plane patterns Hyperbolic geometry is a form of non-Euclidean geometry. In hyperbolic … Details

## Tweak of Liesellotes Christmas Colours

Tweak of Liesellotes Christmas Colours Fractal flame for Jwildfire, use the on screen copy button to copy to clipboard, you can then post inside the software

## Tweak of Bruce Martins Parallel Challenge params

Tweak of Bruce Martins Parallel Challenge params Fractal flame for Jwildfire, use the on screen copy button to copy to clipboard, you can then post inside the software

## Hypertile, Parallel-post_julia3sq

Hypertile, Parallel-post_julia3sq Fractal flame for Jwildfire, use the on screen copy button to copy to clipboard, you can then post inside the software

## Parallel Intersection Base BS

Parallel Intersection Base BS Fractal flame for Jwildfire, use the on screen copy button to copy to clipboard, you can then post inside the software

## Parallel Rosoni 1

Parallel Rosoni 1 Fractal flame for Jwildfire, use the on screen copy button to copy to clipboard, you can then post inside the software

## Parallel 6 render b (slight adjustment)

Parallel 6 render b (slight adjustment) Fractal flame for Jwildfire, use the on screen copy button to copy to clipboard, you can then post inside the software

## bipolar

The most commonly used coordinate systems are rectangular coordinates and polar coordinates (see polar). But these aren’t the only possibilities. One of the less common coordinate systems is bipolar coordinates. Although their mathematical application is specialized, they can be used in variations to make interesting flames. Rectangular coordinates are based on two families of parallel lines (horizontal and vertical) where each line in the first family intersects each line in the other at a right angle.