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.
Another go at this, I know Shamrock doesn’t grow on bushes, but if it did (artistic license again) it might look like this. Anyway, I love doing these nature inspired fractals so leave me alone! 🙂
Shamrock Bouquet (is that how you spell it?) anyway, decided to get all back to nature, and create something similar to what my nature scripts do. A lot of subflame and curl action with post symmetry to make it all even.
Shamrock Fields uses a subflame, which is just a basic cloverleaf shape, then it’s linear and curl to spread it out a bit and some jiggery pokery to create a spread (actually hypertile).
A new flame based on shamrock (cloverleaf_wf) variation in JWildfire.
Further tweaking of the Cloverleaf flame.
Cloverleaf flame, just experimenting and ended up with something looking fairly natural.