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APO 2.08

Just for fun :lol:
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WiseWanderer Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2008
Oi, it hurts my eyes.
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Mobilelectro Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2008
Not exactly sure what your doing here but it looks like it could be a very neat tool in the apo tool box :)
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AsaLegault Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2008
Any chance of a release of this plugin? :eyes:
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zweeZwyy Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2008
:wow: Stunningly different approach. B-) :clap:

I am totally intrigued. :confused:

Must remember...do not stare...do not stare... :rofl:
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contrarymary Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Eyepopping! That is just great. :clap:
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Sc0t0ma Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2008
I like where you're taking IFS :) :thumbsup:
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eralex61 Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2008
Sorry but there is no real IFS yet. Thanks ;)
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Sc0t0ma Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2008
Oh cool, I'm intrigued then :). Is it not IFS because you are controlling the order of the functions (the 2.08 thing) or are you somehow not using transformations at all (or something else)? I couldn't find anything on level plotting in google but either way, you got a very cool result :).
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eralex61 Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2008
It's some kind of blur: I've used Apo as simple random generator for plotting C1<z=F(x,y)<C2 changing constants for different colours. Xaos 2.08 is cool thing for obtainning contrast pictures though ;)
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Sc0t0ma Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2008
Very cool idea :). Would it be possible to confine this technique to a small geometric shape, so that the pattern could be used in the context of a larger image?
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